Center for the Elimination of Minority Health Disparities

Director, Research Training and Education

Associate Professor
School of Social Welfare
University at Albany
State University of New York
Albany, New York 12222
518.442.5374 voice

Robert L. Miller, Jr., explores the intersection of spirituality, social welfare and public health. He has examined the meaning and utility of spirituality in the lives of African American gay men living with AIDS. He is currently exploring the decision making process of African American Clergy in HIV prevention efforts within their congregations; coping strategies for African American women over 50 living with AIDS; and health promotion and disease prevention collaboration efforts between faith-based institutions and health related community-based organizations. Dr. Miller is an active participant in the US - Africa Partnership for Building Stronger Communities.

2005-06 Health Disparities Researcher Development Award Recipient

Researcher Development Project
"Identification of Barriers to HIV/AIDS Care for African-Americans in the Capital District"