National Institutes of Health
Aubrey Miller is a captain in the U.S. Public Health Service, at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and is board certified in occupational and environmental medicine. He is currently the senior medical advisor to the director of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), where he is responsible for strategic planning and coordination of environmental health issues and activities among U.S. federal agencies, academia, and other stakeholders, as well as supervisory oversight of the NIEHS Bethesda office. Additionally, his office oversees NIEHS efforts in global environmental health, disaster research, toxicology-related risk assessment, and congressional interactions. He has longstanding experience with public health investigations and studies, has numerous publications, and has contributed to a wide-range of occupational and environmental health issues and policies. He currently leads the NIH Disaster Research Response Program and has been extensively involved in the NIH Gulf Oil Spill response providing congressional testimonies and participating in a large-scale research study of cleanup workers. Over his career, he has contributed to the leadership, coordination, and support for a number of disaster responses including the Libby Montana Public Health Emergency involving widespread asbestos contamination, Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy, the H1N1 pandemic influenza, the Ebola response, and the World Trade Center and anthrax attacks. His career includes notable public health and medical officer positions with the HHS regional office in Denver, the Food and Drug Administration, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.