Faculty Highlight: Lou Miller, MD
Louis grew up in Philadelphia, attended college and medical school in Washington, D.C., and moved to New York City for his residency training in internal medicine at NYU. After completing his residency, he stayed at NYU to complete fellowship training in cardiology, interventional cardiology and served as the senior chief resident of medicine. He is currently a faculty cardiologist and the Senior Associate Director of the Internal Medicine Residency Training Program at the NYU School of Medicine. Additionally, in 2010, Louis was a recipient of the NYULMC Department of Medicine’s Special Award for Merit.
Louis brings an eclectic background to NYU, which includes collecting tolls on the Pennsylvania turnpike, volunteering in an HIV & STI testing clinic, writing for MTV.com, and serving as a Health Policy Fellow on Capitol Hill. His research interests include innovations in medical education and HIV-related coronary disease. During his free time, Louis works as a life coach at the Ali Forney Center, which services homeless and at-risk LGBT youth in New York City, and bikes around Brooklyn with his husband, Mark.