Ph.D., Health Services Research
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2015
Master of Public Health, Public Health Administration
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2002
Bachelor of Science, Physical Therapy
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, Academic Distinction, 1997
St. Catherine University Carol Easley Denny Award. (2014).
Phillips Neighborhood Association. (2004). Phillips Neighborhood Champion for work in support of the Phillips Neighborhood Clinic.
APDC Spring Grant (2016).
Curriculum Development Grant (2009).
Partners in Justice Fund (2007).
Curriculum and Travel Grant (2006).
Bush Mini Grant (2005).
Bush Mini Grant (2004).
Assistant Professor, St. Catherine University, 2013–Present
Physical Therapist, Park Nicollet Methodist Hospital, 1997–Present
Associate Professor, St. Catherine University, 2003–2012
Shamliyan, T., Choi, N., Wang, S. & Miller, J. "Preventive Pharmacologic Treatments for Episodic Migraine in Adults." Journal of General Internal Medicine.
Miller, J., Sellheim, D., Gerardi, M., Berggren, K. & Mueller, L. (03/25/2017). The Impact of a Community Based Exercise Program on Somali Immigrants Residing in Subsidized Housing in Minnesota. MN APTA Spring Conference
Miller, J. & Kane, R. (02/20/2016). The Effectiveness of the Physical Therapist Assistant in the Acute Rehabilitation Setting. Combined Sections Meeting of the APTA
Miller, J. & Chapman, D. (2014). Students' Self Rated Knowledge and Knowledge Confidence in Amputee Rehabilitation and Wound Care Management. APTA Combined Sections Meeting
Miller, J., Ingman, M., Sellheim, D., Clynch, H. & Nelson, S. (2010). Putting Partnership into Practice: Developing a Foundation for the Preferred PT/PTA Relationship. Combined Sections Meeting of the APTA
Miller, J., Wilmouth, P. & Klappa, S. (2009). Crossing Cultures: DPT and PTA Students in an International Service Learning Experience. Combined Sections Meeting of the APTA
Miller, J., Solberg, J., Weddle, M. & Clynch, H. (2007). Roles of the Physical Therapist and Physical Therapist Assistant in Patient/Client Management: A Collaborative Learning Activity for Physical Therapist and Physical Therapist Assistant Students. Combined Sections Meeting of the APTA