Kimberly D. Miller, MPH

Scientist, Surveillance Research

At ACS since 2014

Kimberly Miller, MPH, is a scientist within the Surveillance & Health Equity Science team at the American Cancer Society (ACS). She leads the research and development of the triennial Cancer Facts & Figures for Hispanics/Latinos and Cancer Treatment & Survivorship Facts & Figures.

She provides statistical support for other publications in the Facts & Figures series, including the production of the new cancer case and death estimates each year.

Miller also manages annual content updates for the Cancer Statistics Center, the ACS online interactive data resource for the latest statistics from Cancer Facts & Figures

Research focus and accomplishments

Miller’s research interests include:

  • Cancer in children, adolescents, and young adults
  • Geographic disparities
  • Cancers related to infectious agents

Miller is a member of ACS’s pediatric cancer working group. She led the special section on cancer in adolescents and young adults for the 2020 edition of Cancer Facts & Figures and was a contributing author on the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network’s Childhood Cancer Research Landscape Report.


For a full list of Miller's publications, visit her Google Scholar page.  

Professional organizations

  •  North American Association of Central Cancer Registries, Member


  • MPH: Epidemiology, Emory University Rollins School of Public Health, 2013
  • BA: English Literature, Wellesley College, 2007