With over thirty years of experience in the field of cardiopulmonary research, Dr. Edmund Miller provides valuable
insight in his role as Senior Scientist at RDS2 Solutions. In 1980, Dr. Miller earned his Bachelor of Science Honors in Applied Biology from North East Thames Polytechnic, London, UK. He pursued a Master’s of Science degree in Analytical Chemistry from Thames Polytechnic, London, UK in 1983, and received his PhD in Biochemistry from King’s College, London University, UK in 1989. He was a Parker B. Francis Fellow in Pulmonary Research (1994-1997), and in 1998 was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (CChem FRSC). Dr. Miller maintains affiliations with the following organizations: American Thoracic Society, American Association of Immunologists, and the American Heart Association.
Among his many accomplishments, he has published over 100 peer reviewed manuscripts, and developed six U.S. Patents. Full bibliography is available at NCBI
He is proud to review grant applications for several different bodies including The National Institutes of Health, Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs and the British Heart Foundation Cardiovascular Research Group.
In 2013, Dr. Miller was honored with the Zhejiang West Lake Friendship Award for Foreign Experts by the People’s Government of Zhejiang Province P.R. China (2013).
Looking ahead, Dr. Miller hopes to expand his research to include the development of therapeutic agents to address the devastating condition of Interstitial Pulmonary Fibrosis that can occur from unknown causes or following the acute lung injury seen in victims of 9/11 and other environmental exposures.