Zoe Maya Miller

Research Assistant

Zoe Maya Miller is a dual-degree MSW/MPH student concentrating in violence and injury prevention at the Brown School. She works on the PREVENT Study (PI: Maura Kepper), examining whether a health information technology tool improves patients’ cardiovascular health. She has a B.A. from Tufts University, where she worked on Positive Youth Development research with Dr. Richard Lerner and on autism spectrum disorder research with Dr. Eileen Crehan. Since moving to St. Louis, she has worked as a practicum student at Legal Services of Eastern Missouri and Life Outside of Violence. In her free time, you can find her rehearsing for an upcoming musical or going on walks in Forest Park.