Dr. Miller’s professional training is as an obstetrician and maternal-fetal medicine physician. She has an expertise in obstetric and perinatal outcomes related to mental health conditions. She serves on the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologist’s “Maternal Mental Health Expert Work Group” and contributes to national guidelines pertaining to perinatal mental health. She has received the Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine’s Health Policy Award to examine gaps in perinatal mental health services. This work allowed her to challenge the paradigm of our current obstetric models of care. She received a large philanthropic grant to develop and implement a collaborative care model for perinatal mental health support, COMPASS, which has served as a national model for optimal care delivery.
Dr. Miller is currently an Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University and the Division Director of Maternal-Fetal Medicine at Women and Infants Hospital. Her ongoing NIH-funded work focuses on dissemination and implementation of the collaborative care model. Her career goals are to ensure all obstetric clinicians recognize mental health as foundational to maternal health and to guarantee that all pregnant and postpartum people have access to respectful, evidence-based, and equitable mental health care.