Dr. Miles is an assistant professor of Internal Medicine at UNMC and a transplant nephrologist who joined the program in 2007. Dr. Miles received his medical degree from the University of Nebraska. He completed his residency in internal medicine at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, N.H. and fellowship in nephrology and transplant nephrology at the University of Michigan Medical Center, Ann Arbor. In June 2007, Dr. Miles received a master's of science degree in clinical research and design and statistical analysis from the University of Michigan Medical Center's School of Public Health.
Professional Organization Membership:
- Member of American Society of Nephrology and a Member of American Society of Transplantation
- OPTN/UNOS Kidney Transplantation Committee
- Region 8 Representative Co-Chair
- Abstract Review Committee
- Kidney-Living Donor Issues
- American Transplant Congress
- Stevens RB, Lane JT, Boerner BP, Miles CD, Rigley TH, Sandoz JP, Nielsen KJ, Skorupa JY, Skorupa AJ, Kaplan B, Wrenshall LE. Single-dose rATG induction at renal transplantation; superior renal function and glucoregulation with less hypomagnesemia. Clin Transplant 2012 Jan; 26(1): 123-32.
- Florescu MC, Miles CD, Florescu DF. What Do We Know About Adenovirus in Renal Transplantation? Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation.
- Westervelt J, Foster K, Mandalapu P, Miles CD. Renal Allograft Pyelonephritis and Fungemia Due to Candida Krusei. Submitted to Kidney International, January 2013.
- Kalil AC, Florescu MC, Grant W, Miles CD, Morris M, Stevens B, Langnas A, Florescu DF. Risk of Serious Opportunistic Infections after Organ Transplantation: Interleukin-2 Receptor Antagonists Versus Polyclonal Antibodies. A Direct and Indirect Comparison meta-Analysis. Submitted to JAMA, February 2013.
- Sia JP, Westervelt JD, Lyden LR, Miles CD. Effect of Prophylaxis Duration on the Incidence of CMV Viremia and Hospitalization Rates in D+/R-Kidney Transplant Recipients. American Transplant Congress, Seattle, WA, May 2013.