Laura Miller, PhD
Dr. Miller is the Senior Program Manager for AR3T. She graduated with a PhD in Medical Neurobiology from Indiana University School of Medicine and completed postdoctoral training in the field of behavioral neuroscience at Baylor University. Dr. Miller has specialized training in project management, supervision, and teaching. Prior to joining AR3T, Dr. Miller managed a research core facility focused on rodent behavior analysis. In this capacity, she wrote research protocols and trained investigators on behavioral testing paradigms ranging from cognitive to strength and motor coordination testing. She also has over twenty years of experience promoting pre-K-16 science, technology, engineering and math through outreach ranging from local to the national level. More recently, Dr. Miller decided to pursue a position in research administration in order to follow her passion of facilitating research opportunities for young investigators.
As Program Manager for AR3T, Dr. Miller provides program support, helps with relationship building, and is establishing mechanisms to promote Regenerative Rehabilitation within the global community. She oversees the administrative aspects; supports social media, website, and outreach efforts; and manages the implementation of AR3T’s research opportunities and programs.