Harvard University (2012-15)

Edmond J. Safra, Residential Fellow

Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Harvard Law School

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Fordham University (2011-13)

Visiting Assistant Professor and Fellow

Graduate School of Business, Global Healthcare Innovation Management Center

Bioethics International (2006-Present)

Founder & Board President  

Good Pharma Scorecard Initiative

Duke University (2014-15)

Regulatory Governance Fellow

Kenan Institute for Ethics, Trinity College of Arts and Sciences, Fuqua School of Business

Dr. Miller's current work focuses on the ethics, patient centricity, and governance of healthcare innovation- including clinical trial design, human subjects protections, transparency and data-sharing, pharmaceutical marketing practices, conflicts of interest, access to medicines, drug pricing, and expanded access and compassionate use. Dr. Miller also work on the ethics of big data, AI and machine learning.

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Skills

NYU School of Medicine (2015-2018)

Assistant Professor

Department of Population Health, Division of Medical Ethics

Yale School of Medicine (2018-Present)

Assistant Professor

Department of Population Health, Division of Medical Ethics

Dr. Miller's training is in physics, bioethics, institutional corruption, business ethics, and regulatory governance. 

  • Harvard University, Post-Doctorate (Institutional Corruption & Ethics)
  • Duke University, Post-Doctorate (Regulatory Governance)
  • Pontifical University System, Doctorate (Bioethics)
  • Fordham Graduate School of Business, Graduate Fellowship (Business Ethics)
  • Fordham University, Bachelor of Science (Physics)

Jennifer E. Miller, PhD

Bioethics. Governance. Data. Health

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