Anastasia Miller

Anastasia Miller

Dr. Miller's curriculum vitae [PDF]

Educational Background

  • Master of Science in Informatics, Focus in Data Analytics, Texas Woman's University, 2021-2024 (anticipated)
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Public Affairs, Health Services Management and Research track, University of Central Florida, 2012-2016
  • Masters in Economics, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, 2012
  • Bachelor's of Arts in Economics, University of New Mexico, 2004-2007


  • Project Management Professional (PMP), 3266891, 2022, (Range of years covered: 2022- 2025)
  • Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, 2022, Dallas, TX
  • Mental Health First Aid, 2021 (Range of years covered: 2021-2024)
  • Google Certified Educator Level 1, 29791071, 2021 (Range of years covered: 2021-2024)

Achievements and Awards

  • Chancellor's Research Fellow, Texas Woman's University, 2021-2022
  • Hanover Grant Academy Cohort, Texas Woman's University, 2020-2021
  • Highly commended award” from Emerald Publishing for article “Individual and organizations factors associated with professional quality of life in Florida EMS personnel.”, 2019
  • University of Central Florida Presidential Doctoral Fellow

Selected Publications and Presentations

  • Kim, S. J., Medina, M., Delgado, R., Miller, A., & Chang, J. (2022). Healthcare Utilization Disparities Among Lung Cancer Patients in US Hospitals During 2010–2014: Evidence from the US Hispanic Population's Hospital Charges and Length of Stay. International Journal of General Medicine, 2022 (15), 1329--1339, doi:
  • Miller, A., & Brown, L. W. (2021). An exploratory study of coping mechanism and professional quality of life in Northeast Texas EMS personnel during COVID-19. Australasian Journal of Paramedicine, 18., doi:
  • Miller, A., Jahnke, S.A., & Singh, K.P. (2021) Generational Conflict, Alcohol Use, and Brotherhood: An exploratory survey of a rural career fire department in southern Indiana. International Journal of Emergency Services. 10(3) 325-339.
  • Miller, A., Gallegly, J.D., Orsak, G., Huff, S.D., Peters, J.A., Murry, J., Ndetan, H., & Singh, K.P. (2019) Potential Predictors of Hospital Length of Stay and Hospital Charges Among Patients with All-Terrain Vehicles Injuries in Rural Northeast Texas. Journal of Injury & Violence Research, 12 (1), 55-62, doi:
  • Miller, A. & Unruh, L. (2019) Individual and Organizational Influences of the Professional Quality of Life of Florida Public Safety Personnel: A Comparison of the Fields. International Journal of Emergency Services, 8(3), 221-235, doi: 10.1108/IJES- 01-2018-0006.