Keith E. Miller

Associate Professor and Director, Honors Program

What I do

Dr. Miller is an associate professor in chemistry, teaching both undergraduate and graduate courses in analytical chemistry, as well as the Director of the University Honors Program.

Specialization(s)

analytical chemistry, chromatography

Degree(s)

  • Ph.D., Analytical Chemistry, University of Washington, 2000
  • BS, Chemistry, United States Naval Academy, 1988

Professional Affiliations

  • American Chemical Society

Featured Publications

Sorauf, K. J., Connors, D. E., Wells, T. A., & Miller, K. E. (2014). A hydrodynamic method for the measurement of Laponite-RD caffeine binding. Applied Clay Science, 87, 197-204.
Taylor, F., Clark, B. J., & Miller, K. E. (1970). Portable x-ray fluorescence (PXRF) analysis of Egyptian mortuary practices: A case study. In . University Press of Colorado.
Schmidt, M., Sorauf, K., Miller, K. E., Sonnenfroh, D., Wainner, R., & Bauer, A. J. R. (2012). Spark-induced breakdown spectroscopy and multivariate analysis applied to the measurement of total carbon in soil. Applied Optics, 51(7), B176-82.
Caulfield, J. A., Bruno, T. J., & Miller, K. E. (2009). Enthalpy of solution and Kováts retention indices for nitroaromatic compounds on stationary phases using gas chromatography. Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, 54, 1814-1822.
Winter, A., Ross, E., Wilkins, H., Stankiewicz, T., Wallace, T., Miller, K. E., & Linseman, D. A. (2017). An anthocyanin-enriched extract from strawberries delays disease onset and extends survival in the hSOD1G93A mouse model of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Nutritional Neuroscience, 1-13.

Awards

  • Dinstinguished Teaching Award, Faculty Senate
  • Outstanding Service Award, NSM
  • University of Denver Pioneer Professor