GLOBAL HEALTH & SOCIAL MEDICINE
Ann C. Miller, PhD, MPH is a principal associate in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Her research focuses on evaluation of tools and strategies for use in public health practice at the community level, and the translation of health and child development programs into resource-poor settings. Recent projects include:
Prior work includes collaborative projects such as MDR-TB treatment outcomes in alcohol users in Russia, evaluation of a heart failure screening and treatment program in Rwanda and evaluation of a screening tool for severity of childhood illness in resource-poor settings.
In the past, Dr. Miller worked as an epidemiologist and assistant director of epidemiology and surveillance in the Massachusetts Department of Public Health's Division of Tuberculosis Prevention and Control, where she collaborated on research evaluating the utility of genotyping for public health practice; and at the Johns Hopkins Center for Tuberculosis Research, where she worked on collaborations with the Rio de Janeiro Health Department on community-randomized trials of tuberculosis control strategies
Dr. Miller earned her MPH from Boston University and holds a PhD in epidemiology from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. As part of the Global Health Research Core, Dr. Miller is the lead epidemiologist and analyst for research projects in Madagascar, Malawi, Rwanda, Russian Federation, Guatemala and Peru. She is the co-founder and co-chair of the Global Health Delivery Partnership’s Working Group on Early Child Development. Dr. Miller co-developed a course with Dr. Molly Franke titled “Introduction to Epidemiology and Operational Research” and has taught the course to local clinicians and researchers in Rwanda and Haiti. She is the research advisor for the Doris and Howard Hiatt Residency in Global Health Equity, a lecturer in HMS GH 706: Mixed Methods for Global Health Research course, and has also been a tutorial group leader for AC 511: Clinical Epidemiology and Population Health.
International journal of epidemiology, October 1, 2018
The Journal of infectious diseases, July 13, 2018
Reproductive health, July 4, 2018
BMJ global health, June 4, 2018
BMJ paediatrics open, May 26, 2018
BMC pediatrics, February 16, 2018
Global health action, January 1, 2018
Journal of Diabetes Research, December 3, 2017
Health affairs (Project Hope), August 1, 2017
Maternal health, neonatology and perinatology, July 12, 2017