Kevin W.P. Miller, Ph.D.
Science Building Room 342
Dr. Kevin Miller is an Assistant Professor of Forensic Biochemistry at the California State University, Fresno. He earned a B.S. degree from Cornell University, a M.S. degree from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, and a Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge (United Kingdom), where he concentrated on human genetic variation and the molecular genetic analysis of human remains. He did post-doctoral research in human/forensic osteology at the Univeristy of California at Santa Barbara. Dr. Miller has over 10 years experience working in local, state, and federal crime laboratories, consulted widely throughout the United States and abroad, and testified in many criminal trials.
Areas of Specialty
Dr. Miller teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in biochemistry, as well as graduate courses in forensic science. In addition, he directs undergraduate projects and graduate thesis research. Dr. Miller's own work includes DNA typing of skeletonized human remains and highly degraded tissues, use of ancient biomolecules in archaeological and anthropological investigations, and public understanding of complex scientific principles in courtroom proceedings.