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Your Environment. Your Health.

Frederick W. Miller, M.D., Ph.D.

Environmental Autoimmunity Group

Frederick W. Miller
Frederick W. Miller, M.D., Ph.D.
Scientist Emeritus
Tel 984-369-5737
millerf@mail.nih.gov
111 T W Alexander Dr
Rall Building
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709

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Rare Genome Institute

Antisynthetase Syndrome Ask the Experts Podcast Series, Session II - 11/20/2017

Featuring Dr. Sonye Danoff (Johns Hopkins Interstitial Lung Disease Clinic) and Dr. Frederick Miller (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences at the NIH Clinical Center)

Frederick Miller, M.D., Ph.D., is an NIH Scientist Emeritus. He is the former head of the Environmental Autoimmunity Group and studied the mechanisms for the development of autoimmune diseases. He obtained his M.D. and Ph.D. from Case Western Reserve University, went on to medical residencies at Emory and Stanford, and then did rheumatology and immunology training at the NIH. His work in the field of autoimmune diseases spans four decades and involves many aspects of the environmental risk factors, epidemiology, immunology, genetics, pathogenesis, evaluation, and treatment of immune-mediated diseases.

Miller has focused much of his work on autoimmune muscle diseases and has received a number of awards of distinction. He has authored or co-authored more than 300 research publications, reviews, books, and book chapters. He also co-established and is Emeritus Coordinator of the International Myositis Assessment and Clinical Studies Group (IMACS). Miller established the Myositis Genetics Consortium (MYOGEN) to define new genetic risk and protective factors for myositis and is heading up many studies to identify environmental risk factors for autoimmune diseases.

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