William Miller

 
Associate Professor
Medicine

Curriculum Vitae
REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile

  Division of Infectious Diseases , 2146 Bioinformatics
Campus Box 7030
Chapel Hill 27599
USA
T: 919-966-9407
F: 919-966-8536

bill_miller@unc.edu

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Education
1997 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill MPH, Epidemiology
1989 Johns Hopkins University PhD, Neuroscience
1985 Johns Hopkins University MD, Medicine
1981 Princeton University, Princeton, NJ AB
 
Teaching
EPID806 Clinical Research Skills IV: Proposal Development Syllabus
 
 
Research interests

  • Global health
  • Infectious diseases
  • Sexually transmitted diseases
  • Women’s health
 
Research activities

 

  • Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
  • Sexually transmitted infections
  • Clinical epidemiology
 
 
Key publications
Miller WC (2008)
Epidemiology of chlamydial infection: Are we losing ground?.
Sex Transm Infect: vol.84, p.82-6.

Powers KA, Miller WC, Pilcher CD, Mapanje C, Martinson FE, Fiscus SA, Chilongozi DA, Namakhwa D, Price MA, Galvin SR, Hoffman IF, Cohen MS, ; Malawi UNC Project Acute HIV Study Team (2007)
Improved detection of acute HIV-1 infection in sub-Saharan Africa: development of a risk score algorithm..
AIDS: vol.21(16), p.2237-42.

Fiscus SA, Pilcher CD, Miller WC, Powers KA, Hoffman IF, Price M, Chilongozi DA, Mapanje C, Krysiak R, Gama S, Martinson FEA, Cohen MS, and the Malawi-UNC Project AHI Study Team (2007)
Rapid, real-time detection of patients with acute HIV infection in Africa..
Journal of Infectious Diseases: vol.195, p.416-24.

Pilcher CD, Fiscus SA, Nguyen TQ, Foust E, Wolf L, Williams D, Ashby R, Owen-O’Dowd J, McPherson JT, Stalzer B, Hightow L, Miller WC, Eron JJ, Jr., Cohen MS, Leone PA. (2005)
Detection of acute infections during HIV testing in North Carolina..
New England Journal of Medicine: vol.352, p.1873-83.

Miller WC, Ford CA, Morris M, Handcock MS, Schmitz JL, Hobbs MM, Cohen MS, Harris K Mullan, Udry JR. (2004)
Prevalence of chlamydial and gonococcal infection among young adults in the United States..
JAMA: vol.291, p.2229-2236.