Jenny MillerDrPH

Jenny Miller
Div. of Population Health Sciences
PSB STE 206, Room 206K


Dr. Miller completed a DrPH at Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine in New Orleans, and she holds an MPH in public health nursing and an MS in Maternal and Child Health from the University of Minnesota. Her research focuses on health disparities in maternal and child health, access to preventive health services for low-income women and their families, and health care services for children with disabilities, especially in rural and remote areas. She currently teaches the MPH epidemiology and health services administration and policy courses. In addition to her role within the division, she serves as the training director for the nationally funded Alaska LEND Program at the Center for Human Development. The LEND Program is a graduate, post-graduate program in interdisciplinary leadership working with Fellows across Alaska.

Teaching Responsibilities

  • Graduate

Professional & Department Service

  • Alaska LEND Training Director