Lesley Miller, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Department of Medicine
Office: GMH/FOB 410
Lesley Miller, MD is an Associate Professor in the Division of General Medicine and Geriatrics. She received her undergraduate degree in Human Biology from Stanford University and her MD from Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She completed internship and residency in internal medicine, primary care track at Emory and joined the general medicine faculty in 2001.
Dr. Miller's clinical, research and teaching interests center around primary care-based hepatitis C screening and treatment in underserved populations. Dr. Miller is the Medical Director of the Grady Liver Clinic, a primary care-based hepatitis C clinic that provides comprehensive care, including treatment, for urban, underserved patients with hepatitis C at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, GA. She also treats patients with HIV/HCV co-infection at Grady’s Ponce de Leon Center. Dr. Miller has lead nationally recognized HCV screening and linkage to care programs. These include TILT-C, a 2.5-year CDC-funded initiative to increase hepatitis C testing and linkage to care among baby boomers at Grady’s Primary Care Center. She is currently PI for the HCV FOCUS program aimed at expanding HCV screening and linkage to care to Grady’s Neighborhood Health Centers. Dr. Miller has lectured for national audiences on hepatitis C screening, treatment and alternate models of care.
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