Gary D. Miller received his Ph.D. in Nutrition from the University of California at Davis and his M.S. from Kansas State University in Exercise Physiology.
He teaches Advanced Exercise Physiology and Nutrition in Health and Disease.
Dr. Miller is the undergraduate coordinator for the department. Those interested in information regarding the HES major, please contact him at email@example.com or 336-758-1901. He has a cross appointment with the Department of Internal Medicine-Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine with the Wake Forest University School of Medicine. He is an assistant director for the Translational Science Center, and he is an assistant director with the Weight Management Clinic of the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.
Dr. Miller’s has 2 primary lines of research interests. One area is investigating obesity and weight loss and their effects on biochemical changes as well as physical function. Additionally, he is studying the effects of dietary nitrates on various disease states, including hypertension, stroke, peripheral artery disease, diabetes, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
- Miller ADAPT Diet J NUTR HEALTH AGING 2010
- Miller ADAPT hormones JNHA 2012
- Miller Look AHEAD accel criteria OBESITY 12
- Miller LOSE IT adipokines 2011
- Miller LOSE IT body comp DIAB OBE MET 10
- Miller LOSE IT main outcome
- Miller Nitrate Nitrite Kinetics NUTRITION RESEARCH 2012
- Miller PACT diet JNHA 2010
- Presley beetroot brain perfusion NO 2011
- Skelton Pediatric Obesity 2011
- Miller – Leptin and Weight Loss 2004
- Miller – Energy Balance: Diet and Weight Loss 2005
- Miller – Physical Function and Intensive Weight Loss 2006