Todd Miller's research interests are in trophic ecology and bioenergetics, where he uses biochemical methods to trace trophic and nutritional responses to changing ocean conditions and fish recruitment. His current research focus is on the nutritional condition and trophic status of juvenile salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.) and Walleye Pollock (Gadus chalcogrammus) from the Bering Sea, and how these change with ocean temperatures and the prey community and quality. Prior to Todd's arrival to NOAA/AFSC to the RECA Program in 2017, he received his PhD at Oregon State University in 2005, then worked as a JSPS (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science) postdoc at Ehime University from 2006-2008, then as a Visiting Associate Professor at the same institution (2008-2013). After over 7 years in Japan, from 2013-2016) Todd took a position as the Head of Fisheries for the Northern Mariana Islands (Saipan), where he also was on the Science and Statistical Committee (SSC) for the Western Pacific Fisheries Management Council.