Kim Miller has been a Wildlife Disease Specialist at the USGS National Wildlife Health Center since 1992.
She has a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree and a BS degree in Animal Science from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Since joining the NWHC, Kim has worked on disease issues and questions across the country. This work has allowed Kim to practice non-traditional veterinary medicine and be involved in wildlife conservation on a large scale. One long term project involved representing NWHC as a founding partner in reintroducing whooping cranes to the Eastern US. Presently her efforts have been focused on data management and making Center wildlife mortality information more available for use by internal and external users.
Wildlife Disease Specialist, National Wildlife Health Center
Education and Certifications
DVM, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1991
BS Animal Science, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1987
Affiliations and Memberships*
Wildlife Disease Association
*Disclaimer: Listing outside positions with professional scientific organizations on this Staff Profile are for informational purposes only and do not constitute an endorsement of those professional scientific organizations or their activities by the USGS, Department of the Interior, or U.S. Government