J. Philip Miller, AB

Professor, Division of Biostatistics, School of Medicine
Keywords:
biostatistics, bioinformatics, administrative data, global health, clinical trial, translational research, infectious disease, tropical diseases

Dr. Miller is the director of the Translational Research Analysis Center of the Institute for Clinical and Translational Science, which assists clinical and translational researchers who have methodologic and/or quantitative needs. He also directs the biostatistics core of the Siteman Cancer Center assisting members with their biostatistical needs.

Dr. Miller has expertise in research methodology, especially multicenter clinical trials and analysis of administrative data sets. Recent projects have examined sickle cell disease, onchocerciasis, lymphatic filariasis, surgical site infections, glaucoma/ocular hypertension, frailty in a St. Louis African-American population, polycystic kidney disease, Alzheimer’s disease, anticoagulation therapy following orthopedic surgery, and cardiac risk during anesthesia.