The Mark C. Rogers Professor 1994 - 1996
Edward D. Miller, MD
Dr. Edward Miller was named chief executive officer of Johns Hopkins Medicine, the 13th dean of The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and vice president for medicine of The Johns Hopkins University in January 1997.
His appointment followed a year-long national search for the first-ever CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine, a then-new organization that formally integrated operations and planning of the school of medicine with the Johns Hopkins Health System and hospital to ensure their continued preeminence in education, discovery and patient care.
As CEO, Dr. Miller was responsible for both the school and the health system and reported directly to the university president and the chairman of the board of Johns Hopkins Medicine.