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For the fictituous mirror universe counterpart, please see Migleemo (mirror).

Doctor Migleemo was a Starfleet officer who lived in the 24th century. He served as a counselor aboard the USS Cerritos, and often peppered his speech with food-related metaphors.

In 2380, Captain Carol Freeman ordered her daughter, Ensign Beckett Mariner, to undergo therapy with Dr. Migleemo. He noted the frequent examples of insubordination in Mariner's report, and suggested that she make paella as a means of channeling her rage. (LD: "Crisis Point")

In 2381, when the bridge crew were discussing the Collector's Guild, Captain Freeman mentioned that the collectors all tried to collect Data. Migleemo regarded this with sadness, as he cried and asked why they could not simply leave Data alone, as he "just wanted to feel."

Later that same day, after the away team returned to the Cerritos from their away mission on Kerner Hauze's starship, Migleemo found Lieutenant Kayshon, who had been turned into a puppet, in sickbay. Migleemo contemplated using Kayshon for puppet therapy, but he was prevented from doing so by Dr. T'Ana, who told him to acknowledge the sign on Kayshon's biobed stating not to play with him, as he was not a real puppet. (LD: "Kayshon, His Eyes Open")

Migleemo had avoided his annual physical exam in 2381, until Dr. T'Ana had Ensign D'Vana Tendi track him down along with a list of others. (LD: "Mugato, Gumato")

He later participated in the training drills presented by Shari yn Yem in 2381. (LD: "I, Excretus")

He was in the corridor lineup to congratulate Captain Freeman on her promotion when she was, in actuality, being arrested by Starfleet Security. (LD: "First First Contact")

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Background information

Migleemo was voiced by Paul F. Tompkins.

According to StarTrek.com, his first name was Gabers. [1]

Lower Decks series creator Mike McMahan described Migleemo as "not great at his job."[2]

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