Nancy S Miller is a board-certified Pathologist and a Clinical Microbiologist-Laboratory
Director with more than 15 years’ experience in infectious disease diagnostics and
patient care. She has earned an MD with distinction in research from SUNY-Stony
Brook and completed her residency in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology and fellowship
training in Medical Microbiology, all at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions.
Currently, she is the Medical Director of Clinical Microbiology and Molecular
Diagnostics at Boston Medical Center, where she is immersed in the daily challenges of
diagnostic microbiology and process improvement. Also, she is an Associate Professor
in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Boston University
School of Medicine. These responsibilities complement her translational research in
innovative and improved diagnostics for infectious diseases, method comparisons, and
outcome studies. Recent work includes PI-initiated commercial grants and academic
collaborations with Boston University colleagues including NIH-supported projects.