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Miller, BRETT

Formal Title:

Health Scientist Administrator

Phone:

301-496-9849

Email:

millerbre@mail.nih.gov

Address:

6100 EXECUTIVE BLVD Room 4B05B, MSC 7510
Bethesda Md 20892-7510
For FedEx use:
Rockville Md 20852

Biosketch:

Brett Miller, Ph.D., directs the Reading, Writing, and Related Learning Disabilities Program in the CDB Branch.  Dr. Miller completed his Ph.D. at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in cognitive psychology and a postdoctoral fellowship at Haskins Laboratories in reading research.  Dr. Miller's research program focuses on developing and supporting research and training initiatives to increase knowledge relevant to the development of reading and written-language abilities for learners with and without disabilities.  This program supports research that includes work with diverse groups and includes a range of ages across the lifespan.  Before joining the NICHD, Dr. Miller held the position of associate research scientist at the Institute of Education Sciences at the U.S. Department of Education.  In this capacity, he served as program official for the National Center for the Study of Adult Learning and Literacy, the Mathematics and Science Education Research Program, and co-program officer for the Cognition and Student Learning Program.

 

Featured Items:

  • Miller, B., McCardle, P., & Long, R. (Eds.) (2013). Teaching reading and writing: Improving instruction and student achievement. Brookes Publishing: Baltimore, MD.

  • Miller, B., Cutting, L.E., & McCardle, P. (Eds.) (2013). Unraveling reading comprehension: Behavioral, neurobiological, and genetic components. Brookes Publishing: Baltimore, MD.

  • McCardle, P., & Miller, B. (2012) Critical research directions and priorities. In A. Benasich & R. H. Fitch (Eds.), Developmental dyslexia: Early precursors, neurobehavioral markers, and biological substrates. Brookes Publishing: Baltimore, MD.

  • McCardle, P., Miller, B., Lee, J. R., Tzeng, O. (Eds.) (2011). Dyslexia across languages: Orthography and the brain-gene-behavior link. Brookes Publishing: Baltimore, MD.

 

Publications (PubMed):

"Waiting to Fail" Redux: Understanding Inadequate Response to Intervention.
Learning Disabilities Research Studies: Findings from NICHD funded Projects.
Opening a Window into Reading Development: Eye Movements' Role Within a Broader Literacy Research Framework.
At the intersection of math and reading disabilities: introduction to the special issue.
Introduction to Special Issue of Community College Review: Skills and Trajectories of Developmental Education Learners.
Moving closer to a public health model of language and learning disabilities: the role of genetics and the search for etiologies.
A Public Health Approach to Improving the Lives of Adult Learners: Introduction to the Special Issue on Adult Literacy Interventions.
Advances and remaining challenges in adult literacy research.
Eye Movements When Looking at Print Advertisements: The Goal of the Viewer Matters.
The orthographic uniqueness point and eye movements during reading.
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