Division of Cancer Biology
National Cancer Institute
Dr. David Miller is a program director in the NCI’s Division of Cancer Biology, having joined in 2013 as an AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellow. A physicist, Dave brings a research background in modeling methods for systems biology and computational toxicology, as well as a broader interest in biomedical software and tools development. In addition to serving within the Physical Sciences-Oncology program, Dave leads the NIH’s Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) initiative’s Targeted Software Development program, which supports the development of data science software tools, and is active in the NCI’s Informatics Technology for Cancer Research (ITCR) program. Additional program-relevant interests include data visualization, interactive digital media, and crowdsourcing methodologies as applied to biomedical research. Dave completed his Ph.D. in physics at Drexel University (2008), followed by a postdoc at the US Environmental Protection Agency’s National Center for Environmental Assessment (2009-2013). Dave holds a B.A. in physics from the College of Wooster (2002).