Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship
Marlene Miller, MD, MSc
- Dr. Miller earned her bachelor’s and medical degrees at Case Western Reserve University. She completed her pediatrics residency and fellowship in pediatric cardiology at Johns Hopkins Hospital and obtained her Master of Science degree in clinical investigation at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
- She came to Rainbow in 2018 from the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center in Baltimore, where she served as vice chair of quality and safety, and as chief quality officer, pediatrics, for the health system. During Dr. Miller’s 19-year tenure at Johns Hopkins, she became a recognized pioneer in pediatric patient safety, and authored more than 100 publications on pediatric quality and patient safety. She served as principal investigator on numerous multi-institutional research grants focused on improving pediatric care and served as vice president of quality for the Children’s Hospital Association, an international organization representing more than 200 children’s hospitals, from 2007-2014. Her accomplishments include selection to leadership roles for numerous national healthcare organizations