PhD, The University of Texas at Austin
MD, University of Texas Medical Branch
Neonatal neurology, Developmental neurobiology
Dr. Miller is a mostly retired pediatric neurologist now teaching Neuroscience at UT Dallas. His career has traversed UT Southwestern medical school as Neurology faculty to private practice in Plano and now to UT Dallas. He thus tends to bring a clinical orientation to teaching classes in Behavioral Neuroscience, Neuroanatomy, Medical Neuroscience, and Epilepsy.
Dr. Miller's clinical interests are neonatal neurology, brain malformations, epilepsy in the developing brain, and neurocutaneous disorders.
Mohammadie S, Riela A, Chudnow R, So Gerald, Miller VS. Felbamate in intractable pediatric epilepsy, J. Pediatr. Epil. 2:131-35. 2013.
Waugh JL, Miller VS, Chudnow RS, Dowling MM. Juvenile Huntington disease exacerbated by methylphenidate: case report. J Child Neurol. 2008 Jul;23(7):807-9.
Roach ES, Miller VS, (eds). Neurocutaneous Disorders, Cambridge University Press, 2003.
Plawner LL, Delgado MR, Miller VS, et al. Neuroanatomy of holoprosencephaly as predictor of function. Neurol. 2002:59:1058-1066. 29.