Dr. Paul D. Miller, FACP, is a world-renowned physician specializing in metabolic bone disease. He is widely considered a leading authority on bone biology, prevention and treatment of metabolic bone disorders, including osteoporosis. Dr. Miller is Medical Director at the Colorado Center for Bone Research in Lakewood, Colo., which is recognized as a top facility for diagnosis and treatment of metabolic bone disease. He is also a Distinguished Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of Colorado, Health Sciences Center. Dr. Miller is Board Certified in both Internal Medicine and Nephrology (kidney diseases).
Dr. Miller’s research focuses on the treatment of osteoporosis in postmenopausal women, and he is the principal investigator in a number of clinical trials evaluating the safety and efficacy of current and potential therapies. He is the author and co-author of nearly 300 publications, including original articles, chapters and books. His insights and thought leadership have made him a media resource and sought-after speaker. He lectures extensively to physicians, drug companies and academics who find his comprehension unmatched.
In addition to his research duties and speaking engagements, Dr. Miller is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Clinical Densitometry and serves on the editorial boards of Osteoporosis International, Calcified Tissues Research, Journal of Women’s Heath and theNational Osteoporosis Foundation’s Osteoporosis: Clinical Updates Newsletter. He is also a reviewer for the Annals of Internal Medicine, Calcified Tissue International, Journal of Bone and Mineral Research and The New England Journal of Medicine.
Despite the demands on his professional time, Dr. Miller places his highest priority on patient care. With kindness, compassion and a sense of humor, he works tirelessly and personally with his patients to improve their health and quality of life. It is not uncommon for patients suffering from a bone disease to come to Dr. Miller unable to walk, and within a year able to walk without the support from a cane or crutches. It is his passion for cases such as these that underscore the importance of his work.
Dr. Miller received his medical degree with Honors from The George Washington University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. He served his internship, residency and chief residency at the University of Rochester School of Medicine, Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, New York, and subsequently completed clinical and research fellowships in renal diseases at the University of Colorado Medical Center in Denver. He has remained in Denver since 1974, practices clinical nephrology (kidney disease) and metabolic bone disease from 1977-1994, and then established the Colorado Center for Bone Research.
Dr. Miller is board certified in both internal medicine and nephrology.
Born in Hagerstown, Md., Dr. Miller lives in Colorado with his wife, Linda. He has five children.