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PACIFIC INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH AND EVALUATION

Ted Miller


Senior Research Scientist II
Calverton, Maryland
miller@pire.org
(301) 593-7471


Dr. Miller has led more than 150 studies, including 25 surveys, dozens of statistical analyses of large data bases, and more than 50 economic analyses. His primary emphasis areas include health economics, injury prevention, substance abuse prevention, and in earlier years, housing, economic development, environmental, and public finance analyses. He founded the Children's Safety Network Economics and Insurance Resource Center, which has worked since 1992 to forge child safety partnerships between insurers and advocates. The Center received a Nationwide Insurance On Your Side Highway Safety Award in 1996. Dr. Miller is an internationally recognized safety economist with over 200 publications. He is a leading expert on injury and violence incidence, costs and consequences, as well as substance abuse costs. His cost estimates are used by the U.S. Department of Transportation, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, the Justice Department, and several foreign governments. Increasingly, Dr. Miller has extended his costing methods to analyze other health problems and societal ills. One recent study, for example, focused on the costs of youth problem behaviors including underage drinking, drug abuse, high risk sexual behavior, violence, and suicidal acts. He has estimated benefit-cost ratios for more than 160 health and safety measures. Dr. Miller is a Fellow, Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine. He was the 1999 recipient of the Excellence in Science Award from the American Public Health Association's Injury Control and Emergency Health Services Section and received the Vision Award from the State and Territorial Injury Prevention Directors Association in 2005.

The global burden of injury: incidence, mortality, disability-adjusted life years and time trends from the Global Burden of Disease study 2013  Injury Prevention: Journal Of The International Society For Child And Adolescent Injury Prevention  (2016)

Study protocol: Hybrid Type I cost-effectiveness and implementation study of interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) for men and women prisoners with major depression  Contemp Clin Trials  (2016)

Global and National Burden of Diseases and Injuries Among Children and Adolescents Between 1990 and 2013: Findings From the Global Burden of Disease 2013 Study  JAMA Pediatrics  (2016)

Economics of alcohol-involved traffic crashes in the USA: an input-output analysis  Injury Prevention  (2016)

Impact of school subsidies on Zimbabwe orphan adolescent female HIV-related outcomes  Journal of Adolescent Health  (2015)

Impact of school subsidies on Zimbabwe orphan adolescent female HIV-related outcomes  Journal of Adolescent Health  (2015)

School and work status, drug-free workplace protections, and prescription drug misuse among Americans ages 15–25  Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs  (2015)

Implementation of evidence-based mental health practices in criminal justice settings: Implications from a Hybrid Type I cost-effectiveness trial  Implementation Science  (2015)

The impact of school subsidies on HIV-related outcomes among adolescent female orphans  Journal of Adolescent Health  (2015)

Industry and occupation variations in nonmedical prescription pain reliever use  Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health  (2014)

Population-based incidence and 5-year survival for hospital-admitted traumatic brain and spinal cord injury, Western Australia, 2003–2008  Journal of Neurology  (2014)

 

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