Kara Miller is a certified Physician Assistant specializing in medical oncology in the Gastrointestinal Tumor Department. She has been practicing in medical oncology since 2013 and has been focusing in lower GI malignancies at Moffitt since 2018. Prior to becoming a Physician Assistant, she worked in the Drug Discovery Department at Moffitt where she investigated small molecules in in vitro and in vivo tumor models. Mrs. Miller completed her physician assistant training at Nova Southeastern University in Jacksonville, FL and earned her Bachelor degree at the University of Florida. She is board certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants and licensed by the State of Florida Board of Medicine.
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