ELIZABETH MILLER
PhD, Child Clinical Psychology, Pennsylvania State University
Cohort Five Fellow
millerea3@upmc.edu

Academic Mentor
Sandra Azar
Professor, Department of Psychology, Pennsylvania State University

Policy Mentor
John Landsverk
Research Scientist, Oregon Social Learning Center

Current Institutional Affiliation
University of Pittsburgh: Postdoctoral Fellow

Areas of Expertise

Child Welfare and Foster Care Systems, Evidence-Based/Evidence-Informed Programs, Home Visiting and Maltreatment Prevention, Implementation Science, Hierarchical Linear Modeling, Regression Modeling, Adolescents and Young Adults, Fathers, Low-Income Families and Individuals, Military Families, Preschool-aged Children, Racial/Ethnic Minority Groups

BIOGRAPHY

Elizabeth Miller is a postdoctoral fellow in the Clinical and Translational Science Fellowship TL1 program at the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Miller received her PhD in Child Clinical Psychology from the Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Miller's research interests include child maltreatment and parenting risk, implementation science, rural families, children's mental health services, and integrated primary care. Her work has been supported by grants from the Society for Research in Child Development, the Melissa Institute for Violence Prevention and Treatment, and the Penn State Child Study Center and College of Liberal Arts. Dr. Miller graduated cum laude from Harvard University with a BA in Psychology and holds an MS from Penn State.