Amy Miller

Senior Research Associate


Amy Miller, MPH, is a Senior Research Associate excelling in contract and subcontractor management, budget management, client relations, resource acquisition, project planning, and operations. She is the project director for the Agricultural Health Study (AHS), the Early Life Exposures in Agriculture (ELEA) Study, and the Automated Self-Administered 24-Hour Dietary Recall (ASA24), all funded by NCI.

Additionally, Miller is the director of data coordination for Community Engagement Technical Assistance Center (CETAC) and administrative lead for the Trans-Omics for Precision Medicine Administrative Coordinating Center (TOPMed) for NHLBI. She also served as senior study manager for the Development and Evaluation of Innovative Methods to Estimate the Secondary Attack Rate of Respiratory Virus-Associated Illness with a Household (CDC) study.

Miller’s expertise includes project direction and technical management of the design and development of complex systems, applications, databases, and websites, forms development, survey design, field station liaising, and monitoring data and sample collection.


  • MPH, Health Promotion, George Washington University
  • BA, Sociology (cum laude; with a minor in Biology), University of Massachusetts


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