Dr. Miller earned his veterinary degree from the University of Wisconsin, and his Ph.D from Colorado State University. His Ph.D program focused on epidemiology and infectious agent transmission between wildlife and domestic animals, and has conducted research in a number of different areas. He has practical experience with clinical practice and research in a variety of settings. Areas of experience include infectious disease, pharmacology, animal welfare, foreign animal disease, clinical epidemiology, general medicine, and wildlife biology/ecology. He has also published over 30 peer-reviewed journal articles (most as a first author), as well as book chapters and other non-refereed manuscripts. Dr. Miller has received several awards for his research and writing. His teaching experience in colleges, for the general public, as continuing education, and for invited presentations complements his writing and communication skills. Dr. Miller has served as a journal reviewer and has received grants from governmental and non-governmental organizations. These grants have included research in infectious disease, diagnostic medicine, and wildlife research. Dr. Miller has experience helping physicians, veterinarians, and researchers publish their research in a variety of subject areas, and has assisted many English-as-a-second language authors. Dr. Miller also has experience in Continuing Medical Education (CME) material creation, from presentations to summaries and M.D. board prep question creation.
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