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Elliott Miller, MD, MHS

Assistant Professor of Medicine; Associate Medical Director, Cardiac Intensive Care Unit

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Elliott Miller, MD, MHS

Biography

Dr. Miller is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Yale University School of Medicine and the Associate Medical Director of the cardiac intensive care unit of Yale New Haven Hospital. He graduated with his Doctor of Medicine from Georgetown University before completing his Internal Medicine training in the Osler Medical Service at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He then completed a fellowship in Critical Care Medicine at the National Institutes of Health and a fellowship in Cardiovascular Medicine at Yale University. After finishing his cardiology training, Dr. Miller received a MHS degree at Yale in the two-year National Clinician Scholars Program research fellowship. His research interests focus on the intersection of critical care and cardiovascular medicine, including the impact of respiratory failure in patients with cardiovascular disease as well as the organizational structure and delivery of care in the modern cardiac intensive care unit.

Education & Training

  • MHS
    Yale University (2021)
  • NCSP Research Fellow
    Yale University (2021)
  • Cardiovascular Medicine Fellow
    Yale University (2020)
  • Critical Care Medicine Fellow
    National Institutes of Health (2017)
  • Internal Medicine Residency
    Johns Hopkins Hospital (2015)
  • MD
    Georgetown University (2012)

Honors & Recognition

AwardAwarding OrganizationDate
Cournand and Comroe Early Career Investigator FinalistAmerican Heart Association2019
Emerging InvestigatorCirculation: Heart Failure2019
NIH Loan RepaymentNational Institutes of Health2016
Resident/Fellow National Clinical Research WinnerAmerican College of Physicians (ACP)2015
Osler Housestaff Research AwardJohns Hopkins Hospital2014
William P. Argy AwardGeorgetown University School of Medicine2012
Alpha Omega AlphaAlpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society2011

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