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Thomas A. Miller

Thomas A. Miller, DO

Languages spoken: English

Academic Information

Departments Adjunct - Pediatrics


Academic Office Information

Board Certification

  • American Board of Pediatrics (Pediatrics)
  • American Board of Pediatrics (Sub: Pediatric Cardiology)

Dr. Miller is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Pediatric Cardiology at the University of Utah School of Medicine. He sees patients with congenital heart disease from infancy through late adolescence in the pediatric cardiology clinic at Primary Children’s Hospital and at Riverton Hospital. Dr. Miller also sees families in the Fetal Cardiology Clinic and is co-director of the Heart Center Neurodevelopmental Program. He received his medical degree from the University of New England, completed his residency in Pediatrics at Maine Medical Center and his fellowship in Pediatric Cardiology at the University of Utah including an additional year of training focusing on fetal cardiology and research. Dr. Miller’s clinical interests include echocardiography, fetal cardiology and general pediatric cardiology.

Education History

Fellowship University of Utah
University of Utah
Chief Fellow
Fellowship University of Utah
Maine Medical Center
Internship Maine Medical Center
University of New England, College of Osteopathic Medicine
Undergraduate Cornell University

Selected Publications

Journal Article

  1. Miller TA, Dodson RB, Mankouski A, Powers KN, Yang Y, Yu B, Zinkhan EK (2019). Impact of diet on the persistence of early vascular remodeling and stiffening induced by intrauterine growth restriction and a maternal high-fat diet. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol, 317(2), H424-H433.
  2. Miller TA, Ghanayem NS, Newburger JW, McCrindle BW, Hu C, DeWitt AG, Cnota JF, Tractenberg FL, Pemberton VL, Wolf MJ, Votava-Smith JK, Fifer CG, Lambert LM, Shah A, Graham EM, Pizarro C, Jacobs JP, Miller SG, Minich LL, Pediatric Heart Network Investigators (2019). Gestational Age, Birth Weight, and Outcomes Six Years After the Norwood Procedure. Pediatrics, 143(5).
  3. Furlong-Dillard JM, Miller BJ, Sward KA, Neary AI, Hardin-Reynolds TL, Jeffers G, Clay BA, Truong DT, Miller TA, Jones CE, Lambert LM, Bailly DK (2019). The association between feeding protocol compliance and weight gain following high-risk neonatal cardiac surgery. Cardiol Young, 29(5), 594-601.