Daphne Miller, MD
Daphne Miller, MD, is founder of one of the first neighborhood-based integrative family practices in San Francisco and an associate clinical professor in the department of Family and Community medicine at UCSF. She completed her residency in family medicine and an NIH-funded fellowship in primary care research at UCSF. She received her undergraduate degree from Brown University and an MD from Harvard Medical School. Most recently, in December 2006, she graduated from the two-year Associate Fellowship in Integrative medicine at the University of Arizona.
Dr. Miller lectures both at UCSF and nationally on nutrition and its role in chronic disease treatment and prevention and has written and published a book with HarperCollins Press entitled The Jungle Effect: The Healthiest Diets from Around the World--Why They Work and How to Make Them Work for You. Since 2000, she has been teaching at the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at UCSF and mentoring medical students and residents in her clinical practice.
She has also worked through the California Medical Association to help physicians around California to develop their own integrative practice models. She is a long time student of Hatha Yoga, an avid cook and proud mother. Her husband is an architect who specializes in ecological building design.