Jennifer Miller MD/PhD is a Pediatric Cardiology and Digital Health fellow with a background in big data analysis, cybersecurity, and clinical research design for digital solutions. She currently is studying exercise physiology at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and digital health at the University of Southern California Center for Body Computing. The Center for Body Computing is a digital health research and innovation center that is reimagining everyday health and wellness services for the mainstream patient population, modern caregiver/provider and health care systems underwriters because we want to make health services accessible and affordable to a broader population.
She completed her MD/PhD at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Her PhD thesis project utilized big data to analyze the transcriptional networks that defined the ontogeny of macrophagocytic lineages. This work was done as part of a large consortium called the Immunological Genome Project (ImmGen), a collaboration between immunology and computational biology laboratories across the US. She completed her Pediatric Residency and general Pediatric Cardiology fellowship at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. She serves as a Physician Advisor to the start up Communikind, a HIPAA secure care management application for the entire family. She is a co- founder of Pulse XR, a patient specific virtual reality solution to aid in surgical planning.