Dr. Michelle M. Miner is an associate professor of pediatrics Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. Miner completed her pediatrics residency and earned her medical degree at SIU in Springfield (2002, 1999). She earned her bachelor's degree at the University of Illinois at Champaign (1995) and is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. A native of Park Ridge, Miner is married and has three children.
Education & training
- Fishbein MH, Miner M, Mogren C, Chalekson J. “The Spectrum of Fatty Liver in Obese Children and the Relationship of Serum Aminotransferases to Severity of Steatosis,” J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr, 2003 Jan; 36(1):54-61.
- Fishbein MH, Miner M, Mogren C, Chalekson J. “The Spectrum of Fatty Liver in Obese Children and the Relationship of Serum Aminotransferases to Severity of Steatosis.” (Poster abstract presentation at Annual Meeting and Postgradutate Course of NASPGHAN (North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition). San Antonio, TX, 2002. (Abstract # 951065).
- Fishbein et al. “A Retrospective Analysis of Pediatric Growth Parameters in Individuals with Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Dease.”
- “Your New Baby,” Hometown Housecall, a public television program through SIUSOM, 2004
- “Immunizations,” Radio interview, 2005
- “Childhood Obesity,” Radio interview, 2006
- “Protecting Childhood Playtime,” Radio interview, 2006
- “Childhood Obesity,” Radio interview, 2007
- “National Poison Prevention Week,” Radio interview, 2007
- “Swine Flu,” Radio interview, 2009
- “Importance of Sunglasses in Children,” Radio interview, 2009
- “National Poison Control Month,” Radio interview, 2012
- 05/31/05-06/02/05 The Association of Pediatric Program Directors Walter W. Tunnesseen Jr. M.D. Consultation Grants Program, $5,000.00, Visiting Professor John Mahan, M.D., Ohio State University
2017-2018: Greater Illinois Pediatric Palliative Care Coalition’s Pediatric Palliative Care Physician Mentorship Program, $10,000
- 2006 Teaching Service of the Year awarded by pediatric residents to the Ambulatory Division
- 2007 Caught in the Act of Excellence Southern Illinois University, awarded for exemplary service above and beyond the normal call of duty
- 2009 Teaching Service of the Year awarded by pediatric residents to the Ambulatory Division