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Jacqueline Miller

  • Senior Research Scientist




  • Ph.D. (Human Development and Family Studies, Specialization: Methodology & Prevention), Pennsylvania State University
  • M.S. (Demography/Human Development and Family Studies), Pennsylvania State University
  • B.S. (General Science/Psychology), Fordham University


As a demographer, Dr. Miller leads GPS’s Population Estimates and Projections initiatives and serves as a liaison to the U.S. Census Bureau through the Federal-State Cooperative for Population Estimates (FSCPE) and Federal-State Cooperative for Population Projections (FSCPP).
Miller’s research focuses on relationship health across the lifespan and the etiology and prevention of health risk behaviors. Her research covers topics such as adolescent sexuality, parenting, and successful aging among Vietnamese seniors using a diverse range of quantitative techniques (i.e., multi-level modeling, latent class analysis, propensity score modeling, mediation, factorial designs, etc.) tailored to address her specific research questions. Most recently, Dr. Miller served as the PI on a qualitative study focusing on understanding intergenerational relationships among Albuquerque’s Vietnamese Seniors, which was funded through UNM’s Successful Aging Challenge. Her peer-reviewed research has been published in journals such as the Journal on Adolescent Health, Journal of Research on Adolescence, Health Education and Behavior, Leisure Science, and Family Relations.


Research Profile