Terry Miller

Terry Miller of Queensland Museum

Dr Terry Miller is the Head of Biodiversity and Geosciences at Queensland Museum.

He specialises in the study of parasites, with a primary focus on the protozoan parasites of aquatic animals and wildlife. Prior to working at Queensland Museum, Dr Miller spent nine years at James Cook University as an Adjunct Senior Lecturer in the Centre for Sustainable Tropical Fisheries and Aquaculture and a Research Fellow.

Throughout his career Dr Miller has spent time working as a Senior Laboratory Scientist and research scientist with the Western Australia Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development and Department of Fisheries Western Australia.

Following the completion of his Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Dr Miller worked for a number of years as a research officer at Queensland Museum investigating the ecology, biodiversity and systematics of parasites and diseases of coral reef organisms.

Dr Miller has a research focus on fish parasites and diseases, but has experience and an interest in a wide range of parasites in the marine environment. Dr Miller has studied at a range of institutions around the world including The University of Queensland, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Texas A&M University Galveston Campus.

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