Dr. Timothy Miller MBChB FRCA is an Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology at Duke University Medical Center. He completed his anesthesia training in Nottingham, UK followed by a fellowship in cardiothoracic anaesthesia at Glenfield Hospital, Leicester, UK. He is a fellow of the Royal College of Anaesthetists.
After completing his training Dr. Miller moved to North Carolina to join the Department of Anesthesiology at Duke. His clinical interest is management of the high-risk surgical patient undergoing non-cardiac surgery. His practice is varied and involves general, vascular, major urology and thoracic anesthesia, as well as anaesthesia for transplantation. He has recently been appointed clinical director of abdominal transplant anesthesiology. He founded and is co-director of the Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) program at Duke, which is one of the first established programs in the USA.
His research interests involve Enhanced Recovery, and the use of minimally invasive cardiac output monitoring to optimize the high-risk surgical patient. He has authored several papers, review articles and book chapters on fluid and hemodynamic management and Enhanced Recovery. He regularly lectures at national and international meetings, and is co-chair of the Great American Fluid Debate, and the World Fluid Debate in London, UK.