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Kelly B. Miller, DC, BS, AAKelly B. Miller, DC, BS, AA

Kelly Bryant Miller is an assistant professor of clinical sciences. Dr. Miller has an A.A. from Salem College (1980), a B.S. from Fairmont State College (1982) and a D.C. from Sherman College (1989). Dr. Bryant-Miller teaches Dermatology/toxicology, OB/GYN and Pediatrics/Geriatrics. She has been with Sherman College since 1990.

She enjoys riding, running cross-country, being a home birth labor support attendant, and spending time with her 3 sons. She has a home-office practice at Hope Pond. She works with a veterinarian part time adjusting animals. She was a working groom and rider for Mary Ann Tausky.  "Sherman has a great learning environment," she says. "The education the faculty instilled in me made it possible to graduate and comfortably practice abroad without my mentors nearby. I hope to share my education and inspire future students as they pursue their own personal dreams."

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