Dr. Miller graduated from medical school at the University
of California, Los Angeles in June 1999. He completed residency
training in pediatrics and internal medicine at the the Los Angeles
County – University of Southern California Medical Center
in June 2003. He worked in private practice for one year, prior
to completing formal training in Allergy and Clinical Immunology
at the University of Michigan Medical Center. He joined Capital
Allergy and Respiratory Disease Center in July 2006.
Dr. Miller has actively pursued research in acute asthma (residency)
and more recently focused on chronic sinus disease (fellowship).
He has presented scientific research on the genetics of nasal polyps,
aspirin exacerbated respiratory disease and treatment of chronic
sinusitis. His clinical interests are broad and include asthma,
sinusitis, immune deficiency, immuno-modulation and food allergy.
Dr. Miller enjoys serving on leadership committees, including the
AAAAI Fellow-In-Training committee, AAAAI Chrysalis Medical Student
Mentoring Program, ACAAI Sinusitis Committee, and John M. Sheldon
Alumni Allergy Society Steering Committee (Michigan). He regularly
reviews articles for the Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.
He lives with his wife and family in Rocklin, California.