Daphne Miller is a practicing physician, author, and professor of family medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. She is the author of Farmacology and The Jungle Effect, and is a contributing columnist to The Washington Post as well as other newspapers and magazines. Miller holds a medical degree from Harvard University and an undergraduate degree from Brown University.


You know labels like ‘organic,’ ‘free range,’ or ‘non GMO,’ but what exactly do they mean? Physician Daphne Miller, who teaches family medicine at UC San Francisco, sought to learn more about where our food is grown in Farmacology, and finds that innovative farming can teach us new lessons about our health—a vineyard’s pest management strategy, for instance, offers a new take on cancer care.