Lauren E Miller, PhD

Children’s Wisconsin since 2019
  • Neuropsychologist, Children's Wisconsin
  • Assistant professor of Neurology, the Medical College of Wisconsin




I'm a pediatric clinical neuropsychologist, which means that I help understand how children develop, think, learn, behave, and socialize. I employ a patient-centered and family-focused approach to my evaluation services and enjoy connecting with caregivers and other members of a child’s care team. I specialize in the evaluation and care of children with medical, neurological, and neurodevelopmental disorders, with particular focus and expertise in working with young children under the age of 6 years. My background also includes significant experience in the early identification of autism spectrum disorder through screening and early diagnostic evaluation, which continues to be a part of my clinical practice. My research interests focus on understanding developmental trajectories and longitudinal cognitive outcomes in young children with a history of prematurity, perinatal complications, medical and neurological conditions, and congenital heart disease. I’m also interested in developing efficient screening and evaluation processes for autism spectrum disorder in high-risk clinical populations, including NICU graduates, and exploring autism spectrum disorder symptomatology in medical populations, including individuals with congenital heart disease. 

Areas of Interest

  • Neonatal developmental follow up
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Congenital heart disease
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Education and Awards


  • 2019, Texas Children's Hospital,
  • 2019, University of Connecticut (Storrs, CT), PhD
  • 2011, Washington University - St. Louis, BA


  • 2021, Medical College of Wisconsin - Clinical Neuropsychology

Research and publications