Dr. Melissa Miller is a hospitalist practicing in Cedar Park, TX. Dr. Miller specializes in the comprehensive medical care of hospitalized patients. As a hospitalist, Dr. Miller manages the clinical problems of hospitalized patients and the acutely ill, while working to improve the performance of the hospital. Dr. Miller works in collaboration with all of the different doctors that are working with the patient. Hospitalists are involved in the diagnosis, treatment and medical procedures of patients.
Education and Training
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Southwestern Medical School 2003
- CsrA and three redundant small RNAs regulate quorum sensing in Vibrio cholerae.
- Use of galactomannan enzyme immunoassay for diagnosis of invasive aspergillosis in a tertiary-care center over a 12-month period.
- Comparison of Cepheid's analyte-specific reagents with BD directigen for detection of respiratory syncytial virus.
- Comparison of culture and 2 real-time polymerase chain reaction assays to detect group B Streptococcus during antepartum screening.
- Molecular diagnosis of infectious diseases.
- Preventing healthcare-associated Aspergillus infections: review of recent CDC/HICPAC recommendations.
- Basic concepts of microarrays and potential applications in clinical microbiology.
- Healthcare worker with "pertussis": consequences of a false-positive polymerase chain reaction test result.
- Evaluation of a non-invasive method to detect cytomegalovirus (CMV)-DNA in stool samples of patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD): a pilot study.
- Susceptibility to measles, mumps, and rubella in newly hired (2006-2008) healthcare workers born before 1957.
- Role of hospital surfaces in the transmission of emerging health care-associated pathogens: norovirus, Clostridium difficile, and Acinetobacter species.
- Prevalence and risk factor analysis for methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus nasal colonization in children attending child care centers.
- Treatment intensity and characteristics of MRSA infection in CF.
- Should interferon gamma release assays become the standard method for screening patients for Mycobacterium tuberculosis infections in the United States?
- Retrospective and prospective verification of the Cepheid Xpert influenza virus assay.
- Heart Disease
- Heart Failure
- Type 2 Diabetes
- Vascular Disease
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