Monica L. Miller, Pharm.D., M.Sc. is a Clinical Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, at the Purdue University College of Pharmacy and an Adjunct Assistant Professor, at the Indiana University School of Medicine. She also works within the award-winning Purdue Kenya Partnership, Purdue University College of Pharmacy’s leading Global Health Program and consortium partner with the Academic Model Providing Access to Health Care (AMPATH).
Within the program, she co-coordinates the Purdue Global Health Residency, assists with student preparation and other educational programming development. Monica teaches several didactic courses in the PharmD curriculum and co-coordinates the elective courses entitled: Pharmaceutical Care in Developing Countries, Preparing for Postgraduate Residency Training Program, Advanced Clinical Skills and From Apathy to Empathy. She has a strong research interest in global health education, service learning, pharmacy education, professional development for students, and the development of sustainable care models for the under served.