Thomas Miller, PhD, ABPP

Professor Emeritus & Senior Research Scientist, InCHIP, University of Connecticut (Affiliate)

Professor, University of Kentucky

Research Overview

Dr. Miller’s interest in stressful life events can be traced to his doctoral dissertation, which addressed stress-related aspects of parent-child interaction. He has published ten books, several chapters, and more than 245 articles in professional refereed journals and given national and international symposia. He conducted research at the National Mental Health Research Centers in Moscow, Novosirbirsk, Tomsk, Yeravan and Khabarovsk Russia, the Institute of Psychiatry, University of London, England and the Royal Ministry of Defense, Haslar Naval Base, Southhampton, England. He received funding for numerous clinical research projects focusing on Veterans healthcare, telemedicine, psychopathlogy and domestic violence while studying interdisciplinary treatment of abused families.

Dr. Miller serves as an international consultant for task forces involving telepractice technology, interdisciplinary clinical treatment, and the development of algorithmic pathways of care. He has pioneered the development of graduate programs in health care administration and health and human services, and in the science and practice of interdisciplinary allied health professions. Awards include Master Teacher Award, University of Kentucky, College of Medicine, the Distinguished Contribution to the Science of Psychology, Connecticut Psychological Association, Teaching Fellow, University of Connecticut, the prestigious RHR International Award for Excellence in Consulting Psychology, the Distinguished Researchers Award, and the Distinguished Professional Contributions to the Practice of Psychology, American Psychological Association


St. John Fisher College
Rochester, New York
Degree: Bachelor of Science, June, 1965

University of Scranton
Scranton, Pennsylvania
Degree: Master of Science, June, 1967

State University of New York
Buffalo, New York
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy, February, 1971

State University of New York
Buffalo, New York
Post-doctoral study
Social-Developmental Psychology
Mental Health Services Administration

Recent Publications

Contact Information
Mailing AddressUniversity of Kentucky
Department of Psychiatry
College of Medicine
3470 Blazer Parkway
Lexington, KY 40509-1810