Bryan Lee Miller
Dr. Bryan Lee Miller is an associate professor of criminal justice and criminology. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of Florida, and his research and teaching interests are in drugs and society, offender reentry and reintegration, and criminal justice policy. He currently serves as the graduate coordinator and was the recipient of the 2014 Georgia Southern University Award of Excellence in Contributions to Instruction.
Dr. Miller’s research has evaluated prescription drug abuse and regulations, drug panics, and restrictions on ex-offenders reintegrating into the community. His recent research has focused on novel drug use and perceptions of use. The main focus of this research is to evaluate the relationship between deviant peers and novel drug use. He is currently working on evaluating the use of novel psychoactive drugs among those in community corrections. He is an author or co-author of over 35 peer-reviewed publications in criminal justice, criminology, medical, and drug journals, as well as the book Emerging Trends in Drug Use and Distribution (2014, Springer). Recent publications have appeared in scholarly journals such as Pediatrics, Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, Punishment & Society, Journal of Criminal Justice, and the Journal of Drug Issues.
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Last updated: 2/4/2016