Dr. Miranda is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Harvard University where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree. While at Harvard, she was a four-time recipient of the annual John Harvard Scholarship for academic achievement of highest distinction, and she was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, the prestigious collegiate national honor society. She then attended the University of Miami School of Medicine where she graduated with selection into Alpha Omega Alpha, which is the highest honor someone can obtain during their medical education. Her exceptional skills as a resident led to her selection as Intern of the Year and later as Chief Medical Resident at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital. She also has extensive knowledge in the field of Functional Medicine, and has recently completed a 2 year comprehensive program at the University of Miami.
Dr. Miranda is a former Instructor of Medicine at the University of Miami and continues to teach students there as an Assistant Professor of Medicine, Voluntary Faculty. She has presented research at both local and national medical conferences, and has published an article in a highly respected medical journal.
She was born and raised in Miami, where she lives with her husband, Dustin, and is fully bilingual. In her free time, she serves as a member of the Advisory Council for Common Threads, a national charity committed to teaching children living in underserved communities how to cook wholesome, healthy meals in chef-led, curriculum-based after school programs. Dr. Miranda is also an avid fitness enthusiast, and participates in CrossFit, Spinning, Yoga, and Pilates.