Nolan Miller, MHA, was recently named administrative director for Duke Cancer Institute’s Thoracic, Endocrine Neoplasia, and Head & Neck programs. In his new role, Miller will provide overall administrative leadership for the programs. This will include program development, space and facilities planning, and collaborative leadership to support the clinical, academic and research missions of these programs across the broader Duke Health environment.
Previously, Miller was affiliated with the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, where, from 2015 to 2017, he served as administrative director for Diagnostic Radiology and from 2012 to 2015 served as clinical business manager for GYN Oncology.
In 2008 Miller received his Bachelor of Science degree in Healthcare Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He received his Master of Science degree in Healthcare Administration from the University of Missouri-Columbia, School of Medicine in 2011.
Miller has served on numerous committees, including Dan’s House of Hope, Inc., the Adolescent and Young Adult Advisory Council and the MD Anderson Mentoring Connections, where he volunteered as a mentor.
“I’m honored to have joined Duke Cancer Institute and its Thoracic, Endocrine Neoplasia, and Head and Neck Programs,” said Miller. “I am eager to partner with clinical, research and academic teams. I also look forward to collaborating with Duke Health and Duke University School of Medicine to continue to drive innovation and advance the mission of Duke Cancer Institute. I will apply my background supporting academic, multi-disciplinary oncology practices and my passion for improving healthcare systems to find new opportunities to improve clinical operations and the delivery of patient care.”
Miller assumed his role as administrative director on Feb. 20, 2017.