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Recognized by America's Top Doctors 2015 – 2017
Recognized by Best Doctors in America 2011, 2012, 2015 - 2018
Recognized in Philadelphia magazine's annual Top Docs issues, 2018 - 2020
Penn Presbyterian Medical Center
51 N. 39th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
A facility of Penn Presbyterian Medical Center
Penn Medicine Radnor
Floor 2, Suite 204 South
145 King of Prussia Road
Radnor, PA 19087
A facility of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine
West Pavilion, 3rd Floor
3400 Civic Center Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19104
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Dr. Miller's research interests include medical and surgical interventions for glaucoma, and diagnostic techniques for the evaluation of glaucoma.
Miller-Ellis E, Pineles S: Octopus 101 PKP Static/Kinetic Perimeter Techniques in Ophthalmology 1 (3): 173-185,2003.
Pineles SL, Volpe NJ, Miller-Ellis E, Galetta SL, Sankar PS, Shindler KS, Maguire MG.: Automated combined kinetic and static perimetry: An alternative to standard perimetry in patients wth neuro-ophthalmic disease and glaucoma Arch Ophthalmol 124 : 363-369,2006.
Ederer F, Gaasterland DA Dally LG, Kim J, VanVeldhuissen PC, Blackwell B, Prum B, Shafranov G, Allen RC, Beck A, AGIS Investigators.: The Advanced Glaucoma Intervention Study: 13. Comparison of treatment outcomes within race: 10 year results Ophthalmology 111 : 651-654,2004.
Nouri-Mahdavi K, Hoffman D, Coleman AL, Gli G, Li G, Gaasterland DE, Caprioli J, AGIS Study Group: Predictive factors for glaucomatous visual field progression. Ophthalmology 111 : 1627-1635,2004.
Kim J, Dally LG, Ederer F. Gaasterland DE, VanVeldhuisen PC, Blackwell B, Shafronov G, Beck A, Spaeth GL, AGIS Investigators.: The Advanced Glaucoma Intervention Study: 14. Distinguishing progression of glaucoma from visual field fluctuations. Ophthalmology 111 : 2109-2116,2004.
Fisher JB, Miller EG, Ahmed HN, Piltz-Seymour JR, Schutte-Rodin S, Maguire MG, Sankar PS: Prevalence of primary open-angle glaucoma in African American patients with sleep apnea syndrome Annual Meeting, American Academy of Ophthalmology : 2005.
Higginbotham E, Miller E.: Would you treat these patients? Glaucoma Today 1 (3): 2003.
Miller E.: Evaluation of the glaucoma suspect Glaucoma Today 2 : 26-29,2004.
Miller E: Race and risk of glaucoma (editorial) Arch Ophthalmol 122 (6): 909-910,2004.
Callendar O, Higginbotham E, Miller E.: New tools to address costly non-adherence Review of Ophthalmol 8 (3): 94-98,2006.
Gaasterland DE, Blackwell B, Dally LG, et al.: The Advanced Glaucoma Intervention Study: 10. Variability among academic glaucoma subspecialists in assessing optic disc notching. Tr Am Ophth Soc 99 : 177-185,2001.
The AGIS Investigators.: The Advanced Glaucoma Intervention Study: 11. Risk factors for failure of trabeculectomy and argon laser trabeculoplasty. Am J Ophthalmol 134 : 481-498,2002.
The AGIS Investigators.: The Advanced Glaucoma Intervention Study: 12. Baseline risk factors for sustained loss of visual field and visual acuity in patients with advanced glaucoma. Am J Ophthalmol 134 : 499-512,2002.
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