Hey. I'm Nic Miller.
Founder: A Simple Leather Belt Co.
Medical student, entrepreneur, free market activist.
High school dropout, commercial photographer, web/print designer.
Things I'm working on.
I have a diverse set of career goals. I'll list them here on the off chance that we might have something in common.
- 1. Rural general surgery: Bringing high quality care to the Amish/Mennonite Community
- 2. Free market medicine: Co-president of Benjamin Rush Institute at the Ohio State University College of Medicine
- 3. Entrepreneurship: A Simple Leather Belt Co.
- 1. Molecular Biology: Analysis of Sry duplications on the Rattus norvegicus Y-chromosome
- 2. Free Market Medicine: Healthcare Sharing Ministries (HCSM)
- 3. IN PROGRESS: Critical Care Surgery case report of diffuse neuropathy secondary to lightning strike
- 4. IN PROGRESS: Medical Ethics case report of the case of a minor Amish patient who refused care for cancer
- 5. IN PROGRESS: Retrospective study of neoadjuvant chemotherapy in stage IV endometrial cancer.
- 1. Coffee: 2nd place finish, Aeropress competition at Mission Coffee Co.
- 2. Ultra Mileage Cycling: 180 mile Pelotonia cyclist, and I once biked 340 miles in a 35 hours.
- 3. Music: Acapella and Jazz Vocals
What is Radio Dinner?
Johnny Carson said that if it hadn't been for Philo T Farnsworth, the inventor of the TV, we'd all be eating frozen radio dinners. It struck me that a radio dinner would be an anachronism, an object stuck in the wrong era, and I realized I've always felt like an anachronism. I was a tech loving gearhead living in an Amish community, and I was just the opposite: a millennial with a navigable moral philosophy and a penchant for 19th century political idealogy and making things with my hands. So, Radio Dinner is a screen name that embodies my modus operandi, enjoying the past and the future at the same time, and just learning to be comfortable in the present.
Wanna talk? Just send me an email.
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