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Doc honored

Put your hands together for Dr. Scott Miller, who was honored by the Queens Sickle Cell Advocacy Network at a gala awards banquet.

Dr. Miller is a professor of clinical pediatrics and chief of the Division of Pediatric Hematology-Oncology at State University New York Downstate Medical Center. Dr. Miller was presented the accolade for his time spent in the clinical care and clinical research of sickle cell disease. Standing O pal Scott doesn’t let any grass grow under his feet. He is the author of more than 100 papers, and is listed in the Best Doctors in the New York Metro Region since 2000, Best Doctors in America since 2007, and a recipient of the State University of New York’s Chancellor’s 2012 Award for Scholarship and Creative Activity.

In his spare time (LOL) he serves on numerous departmental, hospital, and college of medicine committees, and is chairman of the Academic Promotions Committee of the College of Medicine and the Kings County-University Hospital Ethics Committee.

Now the good doctor can add a Standing O to his list of achievements.

University Hospital, SUNY Downstate [450 Clarkson Ave. at New York Avenue in Flatbush (718) 270–1000].

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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