Meet the Presenters
Jason Miller, MD, FAAD
Dr. Jason Miller is a Volunteer Clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology at the Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. He also serves as Medical Director for Schweiger Dermatology Group, the third largest provider of dermatology care in the United States. Dr. Miller received his Bachelor degree from Cornell University, followed by his MD from New York Medical College. He then undertook his training in dermatology at the prestigious University of Texas Houston/MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Dr. Miller has over 15 years of extensive educational and clinical dermatology experience. He serves as an educator to the dermatology residents at Rutgers in New Jersey, where he provides weekly lectures. His busy clinical practice focuses on a wide variety of skin concerns in patients of all ages, including complex medical, surgical, pediatric, and cosmetic dermatology. Dr. Miller is also frequently called upon to see inpatient emergent dermatology consultations at Centrastate Medical Center in Freehold, New Jersey.
As Medical Director for Schweiger Dermatology Group, Dr Miller has been able to utilize his clinical expertise to ensure the highest standards of quality and safety are met during patient care across a large multi-site practice. He has a particular interest in identifying processes to mitigate risks to patients and in formulating a compliance program around proper use of billing codes.
Dr. Miller has received numerous awards and honors, including being a two-time recipient of the Volunteer Faculty Award from Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School for his commitment to student and resident education. Most recently, Dr. Miller received the 2021 Mentor of the Year award from Schweiger Dermatology Group for his work with newer providers.
Outside of work, Dr. Miller enjoys spending time with his wife and three children.
Bruce E. Onofrey, OD, RPh, FAAO
Bruce E. Onofrey, OD, RPh is a 1982 graduate of the Illinois College of Optometry and residency at the Albuquerque Veterans Administration Medical Center. He also has degrees in chemistry and Pharmacy. He retired from the Lovelace Medical Center Eye Dept after 25 years where he served as the Chief of Optometry and Vice-chairman of eye services.
Most recently he retired from the University of Houston where he served for 10 years as a Clinical professor, responsible for Pharmacology programs, attending physician on the Ocular Disease Service and the Exec. Director of continuing education programs and Primary care Residency Director. His special interests include lectures in general and ocular pharmacology and clinical drug research.
Dr. Onofrey is a frequent contributor to ophthalmic literature. He is the current editor of "Clinical Optometric Pharmacology and Therapeutics," and the author of “The Ocular Therapeutics Handbook-A Clinical Manual,” both published by Lippincott. He also serves as a contributing editor to “Primary Care Optometry News." He is an internationally recognized lecturer on the management of ocular disease and the use of pharmaceutical agents.