Sally A. Miller, Ph.D., is a professor of plant pathology and state extension specialist for vegetable pathology at The Ohio State University (OSU), Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center in Wooster, Ohio. She received her B.Sc. in biology from The Ohio State University, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in plant pathology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Prior to joining The Ohio State University faculty in 1991, she was a research manager at Agri-Diagnostics Associates in Cinnaminson, New Jersey, an early developer of plant disease diagnostic assays. Dr. Miller’s research is focused on the development of sustainable disease management strategies for conventional and organic vegetable crops, in open field and protected (greenhouse, high tunnel) production systems. This includes diagnosis and management of diseases caused by viruses, bacteria, fungi, oomycetes (water molds), and nematodes. Her lab diagnoses more than 300 vegetable samples from growers and home gardeners each year, at no cost to Ohio residents. Areas of research emphasis are bacterial disease management in processing, fresh market and hydroponic tomatoes, downy mildew and bacterial wilt in cucurbits, soilborne diseases in all vegetable crops, and food safety. Outreach efforts are directed primarily to vegetable growers and extension educators, and include in addition to diagnostics, providing management advice through presentations, fact sheets and other printed information, and social media (websites, blogs, and Twitter). Dr. Miller has been active in long-term international agricultural development projects on integrated pest management (IPM) and plant diagnostics in South and Southeast Asia, Ukraine, West and East Africa and Central America, primarily under the auspices of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). Current USAID-funded IPM programs are underway in East Africa (Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia) and South and Southeast Asia (Bangladesh, Nepal, Cambodia). Dr. Miller has been active in the leadership of the American Phytopathological Society, serving as president in 2015-2016. She has recently been appointed to an Food and Agriculture Organizaiton of the United Nations expert panel on antimicrobial resistance, and serves on the Executive Committee and two Working Groups for OSU’s Global One Health Initiative.