Volen National Center for Complex Systems, 253
DegreesUniversity of Bristol, Ph.D.
University of Cambridge, B.A.
Cognition and memory
ProfileMy research addresses the question of how neurons in the brain, communicating with each other via electrical spikes, can connect together in ways to produce useful behavior, and how changes in the network of connections can be wrought by external stimuli, or training, leading to changes in behavior. Webpage
|BIOL||135b||The Principles of Biological Modeling|
|MATH||56a||Introduction to Stochastic Processes and Models|
|NBIO||340a||Systems/Computational Neuroscience Journal Club|
|NBIO||340b||Systems/Computational Neuroscience Journal Club|
|NBIO||340d||Systems/Computational Neuroscience Journal Club|
Miller, Paul and Katz, Donald B. "Accuracy and response-time distributions for decision-making: linear perfect integrators versus nonlinear attractor-based neural circuits." Journal of Computational Neuroscience (2013). (forthcoming)
Bourjaily, Mark and Miller, Paul. "Dynamic afferent synapses to decision-making networks improve performance in tasks requiring stimulus associations or discriminations." Journal of Neurophysiology 108. 2 (2012): 513-527.
Bourjaily, Mark A and Miller, Paul. "Excitatory, inhibitory and structural plasticity produce correlated connectivity in random networks trained to solve paired-stimulus tasks." Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 5. (2011): 37.
Bourjaily, Mark A and Miller, Paul. "Synaptic plasticity and network connectivity requirements to produce stimulus-pair specific responses in recurrent networks of spiking neurons." Public Library of Science: Computational Biology 7. 2 (2011): e1001091.
Miller, Paul and Katz, Donald B. "Stochastic Transitions between States of Neural Activity." The Dynamic Brain: An Exploration of Neuronal Variability and Its Functional Significance. 1st ed. vol. N/A Ed. Ding, Mingzhou and Glanzman, Dennis L.. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2011. 29-46.
Miller, Paul and Wingfield, Art. "Distinct effects of perceptual quality on auditory word recognition, memory formation and recall in a neural model of sequential memory." Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience 4. (2011): 14.
Piqado, Tepring, Cousins, Katie C., Wingfield, Art and Miller, Paul. "Effects of degraded sensory input on memory for speech: Behavioral data and a test of biologically constrained computational models." Brain Research 1365. (2011): 48-65.
Jun JK, Miller P, Hernández A, Zainos A, Lemus L, Brody CD, Romo R. "Heterogenous population coding of a short-term memory and decision task.." Journal of Neuroscience 30. 3 (2010): 916-929.
Miller P, Katz DB.. "Stochastic transitions between neural states in taste processing and decision-making.." Journal of Neuroscience 30. 7 (2010): 2559-2570.