Jennifer E. Miller, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in Yale School of Medicine. Her work explores the ethics of healthcare innovation, particularly pharmaceutical research and development, drug marketing practices, and access to medicines issues. She also works on the ethics of collecting, analyzing and selling health data, including the roles of informed consent and ownership.
Dr. Miller founded the nonprofit Bioethics International and the Good Pharma Scorecard (an index that ranks new drugs and pharmaceutical companies on ethics and and patient-centricity performance criteria). She is a member of The World Economic Forum, participating on the Futures Council and Biotechnology Council. Prior to joining Yale’s faculty, she was based at NYU School of Medicine, Duke University, and Harvard University. Her training is in physics, bioethics, business ethics, and regulatory governance.
Education & Training
- BSFordham University, Physics (2002)
- Postdoctoral FellowshipDuke University
- Postdoctoral FellowshipHarvard University