Rachel L. Miller, MD
Division of Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care Medicine
Dr. Miller is board certified in Pulmonary Disease, Critical Care Medicine and Allergy and Immunology. She has appointments in 3 departments in 2 Columbia schools and is the Division Chief for Pediatric Allergy, Immunology and Rheumatology. She is the Director of the Allergy and Immunology Fellowship program and Director of Adult Allergy. She is the Associate Director of the Columbia University Medical Center and NewYork-Presbyterian/Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital Food Allergy Research and Education Clinical Network. She was named as top pulmonologist in the 2011-13 US News and World Report report and is a Fellow at the American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology. Her clinical office specializes in the treatment of asthma and allergies.
- Immunodeficiency Disorder
- Allergy and Asthma Management
Harvard College Dean’s List
1985 Collegiate National Rowing Championship, second place
1986 Thomas T. Hoopes Prize for excellent senior honors thesis
1986 Faculty Prize for distinguished senior honors thesis in psychobiology
1987-1988 President of NYU Chapter of American Medical Student Association
1990 Eve Flechner Award in Internal Medicine
1999 Florence and Herbert Irving Clinical Research Career Award
2007 AAAAI Clinical Fellowship Award to Allergy and Immunology Training Program at Columbia to support training of Dr. Kathleen Donohue
2011-13 US News and World Report Top Doctor (pulmonologist)
2015 Samberg Scholar in Children's Health
Rastogi, D. Chaodong Wang, Cynthia Lendor, Paul B. Rothman, Rachel L. Miller. T helper 2 polarization among asthmatics during and following pregnancy and its effect on newborns, Clinical and Experimental Allergy, 36:892-898, 2006.
Rastogi, D., Chaodong Wang, Xia Mao, Cynthia Lendor, Paul B. Rothman, Rachel L. Miller. Antigen-specific immune responses to influenza vaccine in utero, Journal of Clinical Investigation, 117 (6):1637-46, 2007.
Liu, Jinming, Manisha Ballaney, Umaima Al-alem, Chunli Quan, Ximei Jin, Frederica Perera, Lung-Chi Chen, Rachel L. Miller. Combined inhaled diesel exhaust particles and allergen exposure alter methylation of T helper genes and IgE production in vivo, Toxicological Sciences, 102 (1), 76-81, 2008.
Perzanowski, M.S., GL Chew, A Divjan, K Panjwani, A Johnson, BJ Sheares, IF
Goldstein, TA Platts-Mills, FP Perera, RL Miller. Cat ownership is a risk factor for developing anti-cat IgE but not current wheeze at age 5 in a low income urban NYC cohort, Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 121:1047-52, 2008.