Amanda Miller, MD. MSc. is a board certified Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Nephrology at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Dr. Miller received her medical degree from the University of British Columbia, and her Master’s degree in Clinical Epidemiology from the Harvard Chan School of Public Health. She went on to complete Internal Medicine and Nephrology training at Dalhousie University and subsequently completed a fellowship in Kidney Transplantation. Her research interests include a focus on kidney donor allocation protocols and matching of specific donors and recipients to maximize outcomes. She has a special interest in the effects of sex and gender in kidney transplantation. She has presented on the effects of sex on kidney transplant outcomes as an invited guest at the NIH Sex Differences in Renal Disease conference in 2017 and has contributed to a review of the implications of sex mismatch in kidney transplantation in Nature Clinical Reviews Nephrology. Her work has been featured in news outlets such as Physician’s Weekly, Kidney News, Nephrology News and Renal and Urology News.