Sara is generally interested in substance use in midlife and older adulthood, in particular, family and interpersonal factors predicting substance use in later life.
- Graduate Student
- MS, Human Development and Family Studies, Penn State University
- MPH, Health Behavior and Health Education, University of Michigan
- BS, double major in Neuroscience and Psychology, University of Michigan
Awards and honors:
- 2023: Joseph and Jean Britton Graduate Fellows Endowment
- 2020-2022: Pathways T32 Training Program
- 2019: Britton Distinguished Graduate Fellowship
- 2019: Knoll Enhancement Fellowship
- Steering Committee: Dean's Counsel Representative (2021-2022)
- Miller, S. E., Mogle, J. A., Linden-Carmichael, A. N., & Almeida, D. M. (2023). Within-person associations between alcohol use and memory lapses among middle-aged and older adults. Drug and alcohol review.
- Miller, S. E., Hong, J. H., & Almeida, D. M. (2023). Sense of control and likelihood of prescription drug misuse 10-years later among middle-aged and older adults. Aging & Mental Health.
- Miller, S. E., Apsley, H. B., & Cross-Ramirez, M. (in-press). Potential Benefits of Online Recovery Programs for Women During and After COVID-19. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs.
- Apsley, H. B., Cross-Ramirez, M., & Miller, S. E. (2021). Within-Person Methodology to Study the Addiction Recovery Process of Women. Journal of Addictive Diseases.
- Miller, A. L., Miller, S. E., & Clark, K. M. (2018). Child, Caregiver, Family, and Social Contextual Factors to Consider when Implementing Parent-Focused Child Feeding Interventions. Current Nutrition Reports, 7(4), 303-309.