In addition to Dr. Miller’s positions on the University of Maryland School of Medicine faculty, he is the Director for the Center for Preventive Cardiology for the University of Maryland Medical System and Staff Physician at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Baltimore.
Dr. Miller is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association Council on Arteriosclerosis. He is Past President of the American Society of Preventive Cardiology, and his research has been supported by the National Institutes of Health, the American Heart Association, and the Veterans Affairs Administration. He has been listed in “15 Top Cardiologists” (Baltimore Magazine), “Most Influential Physicians” (USA Today), “Super Doctors” (Washington Post), and “America's Top Doctors” (U.S. News and World Report in partnership with Castle Connolly Medical Ltd).
Dr. Miller’s major research interests are disorders of lipid and lipoprotein metabolism; molecular studies of HDL cholesterol, triglycerides, and the postprandial response to dietary fat; nontraditional coronary risk factors; and clinical trials to reduce atherosclerosis.
Links of Interest:5 Tips to Keep Your Heart Pumping (CNN)
"Laughter Proves Good Medicine for Heart"
"Yet Another Reason to Fight the Fat" (New York Times)
"Cholesterol: When It's Good, It's Very, Very Good" (New York Times)
"The Power of Music: It's a Real Heart Opener" (CNN)
"Happy Tunes May Make For Healthier Hearts" (NPR)
"The Medical Benefits of Laughter" (You Tube video)
"How Bad Are America's Unhealthiest Meals?" (ABC World News Tonight; July 6, 2009)
"Good Morning America" appearance (7/29/09)
"Rachael Ray Show" (with Dr. Robert Vogel): "What happens when you eat" (9/16/10)
Laughter Helps Blood Vessels, Aids Heart (Bloomberg News: 8/29/11)
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