Milford invented the Brown Electrodermatome, and collaborated on the development of the Janke-Barron Heart Support and the Hessburg-Barron Vacuum Cornea Trephine. His last invention being a disposable microkeratome was patented in 1999. Milford earned his bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering at Kettering University.
On average, Kettering University graduates see a 20-year return on investment of $743,000, according to new data released by PayScale.com. In PayScale’s 2017 “College ROI Report: Best Value College’s ranks Kettering #1 in the Michigan and Midwest and 19th in the country for return on investment.