- Executive Director Forum for Collaborative Research
Veronica Miller is an Adjunct Professor. Miller is an expert in regulatory science, publishing over 100 peer-reviewed publications on HIV treatment strategies and regulatory strategies for HIV, HCV, HBV, CMV, Liver diseases and rare diseases throughout her career.
Dr. Miller is an Adjunct Professor at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health. She developed and teaches a course on FDA and Drug Development based on case studies from the Forum’s rich history in facilitating drug development to Berkeley and Bay Area graduate students and post-docs. She mentors interns and fellows pursuing regulatory, biotech and translational medicine careers. Dr. Miller serves on numerous industry and government advisory boards, publishing over 100 peer-reviewed publications on HIV treatment strategies and regulatory strategies for HIV and HCV throughout her career. She joined the Forum in 2001 after directing the interdisciplinary HIV Research Group at the HIV Outpatient Clinic of the JW Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany. Together with Joep Lange, she co-founded and chaired the Euro-Guidelines Group on HIV Drug Resistance, the first pan-European group established for the purpose of assuring a common standard-of-care for patients in all European states. Dr. Miller obtained a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology from the University of Manitoba, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Immunology from the University of Manitoba.
- Postdoctoral – Virology, University of California, Los Angeles
- Postdoctoral – Cell Biology, University of New Mexico
- PhD – Immunology, University of Manitoba
- BSc – Microbiology, University of Manitoba
- Advancing regulatory science for unmet medical/public health needs
- Collaborative frameworks for drug development
- Translating biomedical innovation to global access
- Disease areas: HIV, HCV, HBV, CMV, liver diseases
- PH 236: U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Drug Development, Public Health, and Health Policy
- PHW236A: Regulatory Science, Drug Development and Public Health