Amy M. Miller, Ph.D., Executive Vice President, Personalized Medicine Coalition

MillerDr. Amy Miller is the Executive Vice President of the Personalized Medicine Coalition (PMC) which represents a broad spectrum of academic, industrial, patient, provider, and payer organizations that seek to advance the understanding and adoption of personalized medicine concepts and products for the benefit of patients.  Dr. Miller works with these communities to reach consensus on policy issues impacting personalized medicine and share those views with policy makers.

Before joining the PMC, Dr. Miller worked in the office of the Director of the National Institute of Mental Health where she served as a liaison among the scientific community, the legislative branch, and the consumers of mental health care and their families.  A former AAAS fellow, she also served as a domestic policy advisor to Senator Jay Rockefeller.  She began her career as a researcher at National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.

Dr. Miller received a BA from the University of New Orleans and holds a doctoral degree in Human Development from the University of Connecticut.

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