Dr. Miller’s NSF- and NIH-funded program of research investigates visuomotor integration–the use of visual information to plan, execute, and modify movement. She studies visuomotor integration in autism and other neurodevelopmental conditions (e.g., Developmental Coordination Disorder, ADHD). She leads an interdisciplinary team in the Motor & Visual Development Lab at the University of Michigan School of Kinesiology. The team collects standardized clinical assessments, force-plate posturography, marker-based and markerless motion-capture, and mobile eye-tracking to directly measure movement and vision during functional movement.

Dr. Miller is not currently recruiting graduate students, but anticipates recruiting one doctoral student for Fall 2023. For more information, please contact Dr. Miller directly at

For information about participating in research, please contact or 734-647-9191.