Jacqueline A. Miller, Ph.D.

Senior Research Scientist
Dr. Miller is a senior research scientist with over 10 years of research experience in etiology and prevention of health risk behaviors and promoting healthy relationships. Specifically, her interdisciplinary research addresses adolescent relationships and sexual violence, both in the United States and internationally. Dr. Miller uses 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, and she is published in numerous peer-reviewed journals. She has a strong background in program evaluation and methodology and is looking forward to collaborations that allow her to apply these skills to a broad range of topics influencing population health.
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