Faculty: Miller

Robin Miller

Robin Miller

PhD, RN, CNE
Associate Clinical Professor
CEIN/BS Program at Storrs & Avery Point

robin.miller@uconn.edu
P: (860) 405-9061 (Avery Point)
University of Connecticut
School of Nursing
Storrs Hall, Room 116
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

Honors/Awards

2016 – Nightingale Award recipient – Visiting Nurse Association of Southeastern Connecticut

2008 – Research Award recipient – Sigma Theta Tau National Honor Society of Nursing, Delta Upsilon

2005 – Doctoral Student Scholar Award for Paper Presentation, Eastern Nursing Research Society

Professional Activities

Association of Community Health Nursing Educators

American Holistic Nurses Association

Sigma Theta Tau International

Rhode Island State Nurses Association

Eastern Nursing Research Society

Camp Nursing