Bioethics/social Responsibility

Jennifer Miller phd

Jennifer E. Miller, PhD

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Jennifer E. Miller, PhD is an Assistant Professor in Yale School of Medicine. Prior to joining Yale's faculty, Dr. Miller was based at NYU School of Medicine, Duke University and Harvard University. 

A prolific social entrepreneur, she founded the nonprofit Bioethics International (in 2005) and the Good Pharma Scorecard. She also co-founded Good Medicine, a new publication with Scientific American focused on ethics, health, and innovation.

Committed to public service, she serves on the World Economic Forum, formularies, and ethics committees. Previously, she served on the CDC Task Force for Pediatric Emergency Mass Critical Care under the Obama Administration, the AMA Advanced Disaster Life Support Education Consortium, as a UN Economic and Social Council consultant, and on PCORI-NIH Collaboratory working groups on pragmatic trials.  

She has authored over 50 publications including for BMJ, Nature Medicine, Health Affairs and JAMA Oncology. She has received multiple grants and is a frequent news commentator for CBS, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, Bloomberg, Forbes and NPR. 

Dr. Miller’s current work centers on the ethics of the pharmaceutical industry and digital medicine. She is a recognized leader in empirical ethics and developing and using metrics to enhance social responsibility and accountability. Her training is in physics, bioethics, business ethics, and regulatory governance.