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Henry I. Miller, MS, MD, is the Robert Wesson Fellow in Scientific Philosophy and Public Policy at the Hoover Institution.

Henry I. Miller, MS, MD, is the Robert Wesson Fellow in Scientific Philosophy and Public Policy at the Hoover Institution. His research focuses on public policy toward science and technology, encompassing a number of areas, including pharmaceutical development, genetic engineering in agriculture, models for regulatory reform, and the emergence of new viral diseases.

Recent Articles and Publications

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April 21, 2021
By Jeff Stier, Henry I. Miller
Sadly, today's Earth Day shares something with the current political environment: It reeks of divisiveness.
June 12, 2020
By Jeff Stier, Henry I. Miller
The World Health Organization this week showed once again why the motto on its official seal should be, Aperto Ore, Pede Inserta, or in English: Open Mouth, Insert Foot.
April 17, 2020
By Jeff Stier, Henry I. Miller
President Trump announced at the White House coronavirus press briefing on Tuesday that the United States will immediately halt all funding for the World Health Organization.
January 27, 2020
By Henry I. Miller, Jeff Stier
Michelle Obama, like her husband and his minions when he was president, is allied with elitists who ignore and distort science to promote their leftist agendas. Fortunately, they’re no longer in a position to ram their policies down our throats.
June 30, 2016
By Henry I. Miller
Greenpeace is more dangerous than the mafia.
April 6, 2016
By Henry I. Miller
The underlying cause of the slow economic growth America has experienced under the Obama administration is the myriad policies and regulations it has imposed that stifle innovation.
December 30, 2015
By Henry I. Miller
Reforming regulations governing agricultural and medical innovations produced through the use of biotechnology or genetic modification is necessary but presents a difficult challenge.
December 14, 2015
By Henry I. Miller
Argues Chipotle is experiencing a well-deserved downward spiral.

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