Dr. Amanda Miller received a B.A. in Behavioral Biology from Johns Hopkins University in 2013 and a PhD in Neuroscience from Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine in 2017. Dr. Miller has been researching postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, the autonomic nervous system, and cardiovascular physiology since 2012. She has presented her research at prestigious national conferences and has 18 publications in peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Miller was diagnosed with POTS and Ehlers-Danlos syndrome in 2011, which propelled her work in this field. She is currently a post-doctoral scholar at Penn State College of Medicine studying neural control of the cardiovascular system in humans and mice. Dr. Miller is part of the Penn State research team for this project and is analyzing data on cardiovascular function in EDS patients. Dr. Miller is also a founding member of the Dysautonomia International Patient Advisory Board.
Patient Representative (USA)