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Robert B. Miller, MD

Robert B. Miller, MD

Family Medicine

Associate Professor
Ambulatory Quality Medical Director, Family Medicine

Languages Spoken

English
Patient Ratings
4.8 / 5 (111 Ratings)

Clinical Expertise

  • Men's Health
  • Musculoskeletal Injury
  • Telehealth
  • Women's Health

About Dr. Miller

Interests

Medical Education

Medical School
Rush Medical College of Rush University
Residency
Rush University Medical Center/Illinois Masonic Family Practice Program - Family Medicine
Fellowship
  • St. Joseph Hospital/Midwest Orthopedics - Orthopaedic Surgery: Sports Medicine

Board Certification

American Board of Family Medicine

Research

  • Healthcare Policy Statement on the Utility of Coronary Computed Tomography for Evaluation of Cardiovascular Conditions and Preventive Healthcare: From the Health Policy Working Group of the Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography Slim, A. M.; Jerome, S.; Blankstein, R.; Weigold, W. G.; Patel, A. R.; Kalra, D. K.; Miller, R.; Branch, K.; Rabbat, M. G.; Hecht, H.; Nicol, E. D.; Villines, T. C.; Shaw, L. J., Journal of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography
  • Current practices for treatment of respiratory syncytial virus and other non-influenza respiratory viruses in high-risk patient populations: a survey of institutions in the Midwestern Respiratory Virus Collaborative Beaird, O. E.; Freifeld, A.; Ison, M. G.; Lawrence, S. J.; Theodoropoulos, N.; Clark, N. M.; Razonable, R. R.; Alangaden, G.; Miller, R.; Smith, J.; Young, J. A.; Hawkinson, D.; Pursell, K.; Kaul, D. R., Transplant infectious disease : an official journal of the Transplantation Society
  • Stimulation of hERG1 channel activity promotes a calcium-dependent degradation of cyclin E2 but not cyclin E1, in breast cancer cells, Perez-Neut, M.; Shum, A.; Cuevas, B. D.; Miller, R.; Gentile, S., Oncotarget
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  • A multicenter study of histoplasmosis and blastomycosis after solid organ transplantation Grim, S. A.; Proia, L.; Miller, R.; Alhyraba, M.; Costas-Chavarri, A.; Oberholzer, J.; Clark, N. M., Transplant infectious disease : an official journal of the Transplantation Society
  • CXCR4 signaling mediates morphine-induced tactile hyperalgesia. Wilson, N. M.; Jung, H.; Ripsch, M. S.; Miller, R. J.; White, F. A., Brain, Behavior, & Immunity
  • Discovery of three novel coccidian parasites infecting California sea lions (Zalophus californianus) with evidence of sexual replication and interspecies pathogenicity., Colegrove, K. M.; Grigg, M. E.; Carlson-Bremer, D.; Miller, R. H.; Gulland, F. M.; Ferguson, D. J.; Rejmanek, D.; Barr, B. C.; Nordhausen, R.; Melli, A. C.; Conrad, P. A., Journal of Parasitology
  • Integrating Non-Family Medicine Residents into the Family Medicine Clinic Miller, R.; Michelfelder, A. J., Family Medicine Digital Resources Library
  • Chemokine signaling and the management of neuropathic pain White, F. A.; Feldman, P.; Miller, R. J., Molecular Interventions
  • Radiotherapy plus chemotherapy with or without surgical resection for stage III non-small-cell lung cancer: a phase III randomised controlled trial Albain, K. S.; Swann, R. S.; Rusch, V. W.; Turrisi, A. T., 3rd; Shepherd, F. A.; Smith, C.; Chen, Y.; Livingston, R. B.; Feins, R. H.; Gandara, D. R.; Fry, W. A.; Darling, G.; Johnson, D. H.; Green, M. R.; Miller, R. C.; Ley, J.; Sause, W. T.; Cox, J. D., Lancet
  • Chemokines and the pathophysiology of neuropathic pain White, F. A.; Jung, H.; Miller, R. J., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
  • Delayed functional expression of neuronal chemokine receptors following focal nerve demyelination in the rat: a mechanism for the development of chronic sensitization of peripheral nociceptors. Bhangoo, S.; Ren, D.; Miller, R. J.; Henry, K. J.; Lineswala, J.; Hamdouchi, C.; Li, B.; Monahan, P. E.; Chan, D. M.; Ripsch, M. S.; White, F. A., Molecular Pain
  • Chemokines: integrators of pain and inflammation White, F. A.; Bhangoo, S. K.; Miller, R. J., Nature Reviews.Drug Discovery
  • Excitatory monocyte chemoattractant protein-1 signaling is up-regulated in sensory neurons after chronic compression of the dorsal root ganglion. White, F. A.; Sun, J.; Waters, S. M.; Ma, C.; Ren, D.; Ripsch, M.; Steflik, J.; Cortright, D. N.; Lamotte, R. H.; Miller, R. J., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America