Message From The Chair

Donna Ferriero, MD, MS

Children give us joy in the present and hope for the future. Here in the UCSF Department of Pediatrics, we make sure that future is as bright as possible for every infant, child and young adult struggling with illness.

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Carol A. Miller, MD



Clinical Professor, Pediatrics

Medical Director, Well Newborn Nursery

Advisory College Mentor, Miller-Diab College UCSF School of Medicine

Contact Info

University of California San Francisco Children’s Hospital
400 Parnassus Ave Campus box 0374
San Francisco, CA 94143
Messages: 415-353-2000
Fax: 415-353-2822
E-mail: millerc@peds.ucsf.edu

Education

 

  • 1966–70, Stanford University, Biology, B.A.
  • 1970–75, Stanford University, Medicine, M.D. 
  • 1975–76 Mt. Zion Hospital & Medical Center Intern Pediatrics
  • 1976–77 Mt. Zion Hospital & Medical Center Resident Pediatrics
  • 1977–78 Mt. Zion Hospital & Medical Center Chief Resident Pediatrics Fellowships
  • 1977–79 Mt. Zion Hospital & Medical Center Fellowship Neonatology

 

Board Certification

 

  • 1981 Certified, American Board of Pediatrics

 

Clinical Expertise

 

  • Full term and Late Preterm  newborns
  • Primary Care of High-Risk Infants

 

Research Interests

 

  • Fetal lung development and maturation
  • Pulmonary surfactant
  • Pathogenesis and prevention of infant chronic lung disease
  • Inhaled nitric oxide to prevent lung disease

 

UCSF Program Affiliations

 

  • School of Medicine Advisory College Program
  • UCSF –Cuban Diplomacy & Research Project
  • Academy of Medical Educators
  • NBRI
  • IRM

 

Biography

Dr. Carol Miller’s career has focused on the care of term and late preterm newborns as well the longitudinal care of high-risk neonates.  She works closely within the divisions of neonatology and ambulatory pediatrics.  She is also involved in medical education, specifically cultural humility curriculum development, small group teaching, preceptorships, mentoring and advising. 

Current Research

Dr. Miller’s current research focuses on aspects of mentoring and advising medical students including a collaborative project involving US students attending the Cuban medical school ELAM.

Recent Publications (PubMed)

Last updated 05-30-2012