Dr. Jason Miller
Dr. Jason Miller is the Founder and Medical Director of Renewal Body Contouring. He is one of the region’s most experienced laser lipolysis physicians, having completed over 500 advanced laser lipolysis treatments with SmartLipo technology. In addition to his extensive surgical training, he has undergone advanced training in the art of SmartLipo Hi-Def Liposculpture at the Advanced Body Sculpting Institute in Denver, Colorado, where he worked with renowned plastic surgeon, John A. Millard, MD. With this training, Dr. Miller has taken his skill and applied it to achieve dramatic results for his patients, both with general Body Contouring procedures, as well as dynamic HiDef Liposculpture treatments.
Dr. Miller underwent specialty training at the Duke University Medical Center for Neurosurgery and Otolaryngology, Head and Neck surgery. He received his medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia. His undergraduate and graduate training were dedicated to physics where he received the Charles H. Wheatly Award for Excellence in Physics. As an aerospace engineer at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, Dr. Miller was selected for senior leadership). He has since been awarded a fellowship by the American Heart Association for his stroke research (First author publication: BMC Neuroscience 2005, 6:63) and was nominated for the Golden Apple Award for excellence in teaching at Duke University Medical Center.
He is involved with his patients every step of the way, from their initial visit all the way through follow-up and beyond. If you would like to meet Dr. Miller, and discuss with him your interest in a Body Contouring procedure, feel free to schedule a complimentary one-on-one consultation.
Honors and Awards
Nominated for the Duke School of Medicine Golden Apple Award, 2006-2007
Joseph Collins Foundation Scholarship in Neurology, 2004 and 2005
American Heart Association Fellowship for Stroke Research, 2003
Charles H. Wheatley Award for Excellence in Physics, 1998
Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities, 1998
President of the Society of Physics Students, 1997-98
Aliabadi H, Miller J, Radnakrishnan S, Mehta AI, Thomas K, Selznick L, Goldberg R, Grant G, Fuchs H.Spontaneous intrauterine “ping-pong” fracture: review and case illustration. Neuropediatrics. 2009 Apr;40(2):73-5. Epub 2009 Oct 6.
Miller JT, Barley JH, Wimborne HJC, Walker AL, Hess DC, Hill WD, Carroll JE. The neuroblast and angioblast chemotaxic factor SDF-1 (CXCL12) expression is breifly upregulated by reactive astrocytes in the brain following neonatal hypoxic-ischemic injury. BMC Neuroscience 2005, 6:63 (31 October 2005)
Miller JT, Rahimi S, Lee M. History of infection control and its contributions to thedevelopment and success of brain tumor operations. Neurosurg Focus 18 (4):E4, 2005
Vender JR, Miller JT, Rekito A, McDonnell DE. Effect of hemostasis and electrosurgery on the development and evolution of brain tumor surgery in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Neurosurg Focus 18 (4):E3, 2005
Research Presented at Conferences
CO2 laser myringoplasty using a handheld waveguide, David M. Kaylie, Jason Miller
2nd Scientific Meeting of the Head and Neck Optical Diagnostics Society (HNODS) 2010 San Francisco, CA
CO2 Laser Myringoplasty
Combined Otolaryngology Spring Meeting 2009, Las Vegas, NV
Treatment of Tympanic Membrane Retraction Pockets Using a CO2 Handheld Laser
American Academy of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery 2009, San Diego, CA
SDF-1 is Upregulated Following Hypoxic-Ischemic Injury in Neonates
The 29th International Stroke Conference 2004, San Diego, CA
History of infection control and its contributions to the development and success of brain tumor operations.Georgia Neurosurgical Society 2006, Sea Island, GA