Thaddeus L. Miller, Dr.P.H., M.P.H.

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Thaddeus Miller is Assistant Professor at the University of North Texas Health Sciences Center, in the Department of Health Policy and Management and the Department of Medicine. He holds a DrPH degree, and has participated in economic analysis of tuberculosis (TB) control for the past 10 years. His research emphases include international and national health system policy and evaluations; he has served as PI for multi-site projects funded by CDC; and he has been involved in numerous evaluations, research, training and site reviews in cities in the U.S. and internationally. Miller’s development plan includes: 1) coursework in social research quantitative methods; 2) becoming proficient in economic analysis software; and 3) developing connections and leadership in the public health community through his research and practice mentors.


Evidence-Based Allocation of Public Health Resources: Using Economic Analysis to Identify Value and Priority in Domestic Public Tuberculosis Control 

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