Ms. Jennifer E. Miller, PH.D.
Founder, Bioethics International; Assistant Professor in Yale School of Medicine
Jennifer E. Miller, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in Yale School of Medicine, Founder of Bioethics International (a nonprofit focused on raising the bar for ethics and patient-centricity in healthcare innovation), and Director of the Good Pharma Scorecard (a ranking of pharmaceutical companies on social responsibility and bioethics performance criteria). She is also a member of the World Economic Forum and has served on Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committees (formularies), IRBs, and Compassionate-Use Advisory Committees; the CDC Task Force for Pediatric Emergency Mass Critical Care, AMA Advanced Disaster Life Support Education Consortium, as a consultant to the UN Economic and Social Council, and PCORI-NIH Collaboratory working groups on pragmatic clinical trials. She has authored over 50 publications, including for Nature Medicine, Health Affairs, JAMA Oncology, BMJ, and Trials and been the recipient of multiple grants. She is a frequent news commentator, featured on CBS news, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, Bloomberg News, Forbes, and NPR. Dr. Miller’s current work explores the ethics and governance of how medicines are researched, developed, marketed, and made accessible to patients. She also addresses the ethics and social concerns around big data and AI in medicine, with a focus on individual privacy and informed consent issues. Her training is in physics, bioethics, business ethics, and regulatory governance. Prior to joining Yale's faculty, Dr. Miller was based at NYU School of Medicine, Duke University, and Harvard University.