Faculty: Miller

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Robin Miller
PhD, RN, CNE
Assistant Clinical Professor and
Director, CEIN/BS program at Avery Point and Storrs


robin.miller@uconn.edu

P: (860) 405-9061 (Avery Point)

University of Connecticut
School of Nursing
Storrs Hall, Room 105
231 Glenbrook Rd. U-4026
Storrs, CT 06269


Curriculum Vitae

Research Interests

  • Adolescent and young adult outcomes of those born preterm
  • Child temperament
  • Quantitative research methods
  • Neurobehavioral development of infants

Research Funding

  • Co-Investigator of Risk & Protection in Trajectories of Preterm Infants: Birth to Adulthood (RO1 NR003695 NIH-NINR (Sullivan) 9/1/2008-6/30/13)
  • Effects of Open Bay versus Single Room in NICU on Infant Outcome at Discharge (Department of Pediatrics, Women and Infants Hospital, Providence, RI (Lester) 1/1/2007-2/1/2012
  • Longitudinal Trajectories of Adolescents Born Preterm (5 R01 NR003695-09 (Sullivan) NIH-NINR 09/30/94-3/31/09)
  • Co-Investigator of Recovery Act Funds for Administrative Supplements Providing Summer Research Experiences for Students and Science Educators (NR 3R01NR003695-14A1W1 NIH-NINR 7/1/2009-11/1/2009)
  • Stability, Structure, and Effects of Perinatal Morbidity on Temperament from Infancy to Adolescence (University of Rhode Island Graduate Research Award (Miller) 12/22/2005-5/1/07)

Publications

  • Sullivan, M. C., Miller, R.J. & Msall, M. E. (Accepted  for publication). 17-Year Outcome of Preterm Infants with Diverse Neonatal Morbidities: Part 2, Impact on Activities & Participation. Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing. DOI: 10.1111/j.1744-6155.2012.00339.x
  • Sullivan, M. C., Msall, M. E., & Miller, R. J. (2012). 17-Year Outcome of Preterm Infants with Diverse Neonatal Morbidities: Part 1, Impact on Physical, Neurological, and Psychological Health Status. Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing, 17, 226-241. DOI: 10.1111/j.1744-6155.2012.00337.x
  • Sullivan, M. C., Mitchell, P. A., Miller, R. J., Winchester, S. B., & Ziegler, J. W. (in press).  Cardiopulmonary  Outcomes in Young Adults Born Prematurely with Varying Birth Weights.  Accepted at the European Group of Pediatric Work Physiology XXVII Biennial Conference Proceedings, North Cornwall, England.
  • Sullivan, M.C., Miller, R.J., Andreozzi, L., and Lester, B. M. (2012). Refining Neurobehavioral Assessment of the High Risk Infant Using the NICU Network Neurobehavioral Scale (NNNS). Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing, 41(1), 17-23.
  • Lester, B.M., Miller, R.J., Hawes, K., Salisbury, A., Bigsby, R., Sullivan, M.C., & Padbury, J. F. (2011).  Infant neurobehavioral development.  Seminars of Perinatology, 35(1), 8-19.
  • Sullivan, M. C., Mitchell, P. A., Miller, R. J., Winchester, S. B., & Ziegler, J. W. (in press).  Cardiopulmonary Outcomes in Young Adults Born Prematurely with Varying Birth Weights.  Accepted at the European Group of Pediatric Work Physiology XXVII Biennial Conference Proceedings, North Cornwall, England.
  • Matook, S., Sullivan, M.C., Salisbury, A. L., Miller, R.J., Lester, B.M. (2010). Variation of NICU sound by location and time of day. Neonatal Network, 29(2), 87-95.
  • Miller, R.J., Sullivan, M. C., Hawes, K., & Marks, A. K. (2009). The effects of perinatal morbidity and environmental factors on health status of preterm children at age 12. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 24(2), 101-114.
  • Sullivan, M.C., Hawes, K., Barcelos Winchester, S., & Miller, R.J. (2008). Focus on Developmental Origins Theory: Prematurity to adult disease. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing, 37(2), 158-164

Professional Activities

  • Sigma Theta Tau International
  • Rhode Island State Nurses Association
  • Eastern Nursing Research Society
  • Camp Nursing

Honors/Awards

  • 2005 – Doctoral Student Scholar Award for Paper Presentation, Eastern Nursing Research Society
  • 2008 – Research Award recipient – Sigma Theta Tau National Honor Society of Nursing, Delta Upsilon