Jennifer Miller, PhD

New York, New York, United States
Jennifer E. Miller, PhD, is an Associate Professor in Yale School of Medicine, President of the nonprofit Bioethics International, and Director of the Good Pharma Scorecard, an index that ranks pharmaceutical companies on their bioethics and social responsibility performance. Dr. Miller’s current research focuses on the ethics and governance of the bio-pharmaceutical and medical device sectors, and developing accountability metrics for responsible, trustworthy, and equitable clinical trial design, healthcare data sharing, access to medicines and vaccines, and use of AI-enabled software in patient care. Her work is supported by numerous grants, including from Arnold Ventures, the Susan G. Komen Foundation, Milken Institute, the US FDA, and NIH. Prior to joining Yale's faculty, Dr. Miller was an Assistant Professor at NYU School of Medicine and completed her training in physics, bioethics, regulatory governance and ethics at Fordham University, Regina Apostolorum, Duke University, and Harvard University.
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3:30 PM - 4:30 PM (PDT)
Monday, June 13
Global health inequity has many dimensions, and strategies are needed to address each of these…