Greg Miller joined the Pathology Department in 1977 and is currently Director of the Clinical Chemistry Laboratory and of Pathology Information Systems.
Dr. Miller received a BS in Chemistry from Santa Clara University, and a PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Arizona. He was a post-doctoral fellow in Clinical Chemistry at the Ohio State University Hospital. Prior to coming to VCU, he was Director of Clinical Chemistry at the New Rochelle Hospital in New York.
Dr. Miller has authored over 150 peer reviewed papers, book chapters and monographs in clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine. He is an Associate Editor of the journal Clinical Chemistry. He is an active contributor to a number of professional organizations including: President of the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute; Chair of the Laboratory Working Group of the National Kidney Disease Education Program; Chair of the Working Group for Commutability of the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine; a member of the US Delegation to ISO Technical Committee 212, Clinical laboratory testing and in vitro diagnostic test systems; and a Past President of the American Association for Clinical Chemistry. He has organized national and international symposia and presented lectures on standardization and harmonization of laboratory results, quality control and proficiency testing, biomarkers for kidney disease, measurement technology, informatics and other areas of laboratory medicine.
Dr. Miller received the Lifetime Achievement Award in Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine from the American Association for Clinical Chemistry in 2007; the Award for Excellence in Global Leadership in Standards Development from the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute in 2012; and the Robert Schaffer Award for Outstanding Achievements in the Development of Standards for Use in Laboratory Medicine from the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine in 2014.
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