Dr. Kerry Miller

Breakout Speaker

Dr. Kerry Miller, PhD

UNMC Munroe Meyer Institute
Associate Director of Department of Education and Child Development and Assistant Professor


Kerry Miller, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Education and Child Development at the Munroe Meyer Institute on the University of Nebraska Medical Center campus. She obtained degrees in communication disorders and special education, with an emphasis in early childhood, from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Dr. Miller is the co-director of Nebraska’s neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) follow up program (Developmental TIPS) and a principal investigator for several statewide home visitation and early childhood programs. Her primary interests include developmental and family outcomes for NICU graduates and their parents, early childhood executive function skill development, quality home visitation practices, and outcomes for children and families receiving Part C early intervention services. Dr. Miller has extensive experience in working with infants and toddlers who are medically fragile, family-centered practices, typical/atypical child development, quality home visit practices, and early childhood development assessment practices. She is the current Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Act Early Ambassador to Nebraska. In this role, her work involves expanding the reach of the “Learn the Signs. Act Early.” program and supporting work toward improving the early identification of developmental delays and disabilities.