Gerald C. Miller, Ph.D., D(ABMLI)

  • Immunology
  • Microbiology


Medical Director of Microbiology and Immunology for Pathology Laboratory Associates in support of the LabCorp Oklahoma Laboratory in Tulsa, OK

Dr Miller joined Pathology Laboratory Associates, Inc. and Regional Medical Laboratory in 1994 following 12 years of owning and operating Immuno-Diagnostics Laboratory, a free standing clinical immunology testing laboratory.  He is also an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Microbiology at OSU School of Osteopathic Medicine since 2000.  He served as an Assistant Professor of Microbiology and Immunology at the ORU School of Medicine (1977-1982) and Adjunct Assistant Professor at the OU School of Medicine – Tulsa (1986-1994) in the Pediatric Department.  He received a BA (1967) and then an MS (1969) degree with emphasis in microbiology and immunology from Emporia State University and a Ph.D. (1972) degree in virology from Kansas State University with subsequent fellowship training for 3 years as a Mayo Research Fellow in the fields of virology and immunology. He is board certified by the American Board of Medical Laboratory Immunology (certification #109). Past and present professional activities include serving as a volunteer editor for Clinical and Vaccine Immunology (CVI), Journal of Immunological Methods, Lab Medicine, and a member of the American Society of Microbiology Board of Examiners for the American Board of Medical Laboratory Immunology.  He is currently participating in the development of a Board for  Certification of Diplomats in Clinical Laboratory Immunology for the American Society of Clinical Pathology.  He is and has been a member of numerous scientific societies and served as treasurer and secretary of the Association of Medical Laboratory Immunology (AMLI).  Dr. Miller has been the course director of clinical immunology review courses for AMLI as well as presenting numerous lectures over the past decades to the Oklahoma/Southeastern Kansas medical community in the areas of infectious disease,  and autoimmune testing.