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Covid-safe lab meeting (April, 2020)

Miller Lab Happy Hour May 31, 2019

Miller Lab (2018)

Lab libations (2018)

Lab dinner 12-7-2017

Miller Lab 2013

Different levels of category abstraction carried by beta vs gamma-band oscillations.
From: Wutz, A., Loonis, R., Roy, J.E., Donoghue, J.A., and Miller, E.K. (2018)  Different levels of category abstraction by different dynamics in different prefrontal areas. Neuron 97: 1-11.

Cartoon depicting top-down signals carried by beta-band oscillations (from Charles Mingus) modulating bottom-up signals carried by gamma (Miles Davis).
Inspired by: Bastos, A.M., Loonis, R., Kornblith, S., Lundqvist, M., and Miller, E.K. (2018)  Laminar recordings in frontal cortex suggest distinct layers for maintenance and control of working memory.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Cover image for Buschman, T.J., Denovellis, E.L., Diogo, C., Bullock, D. and Miller, E.K. (2012) Synchronous oscillatory neural ensembles for rules in the prefrontal cortex.  Neuron. 76: 838-846.

Earl Miller with the Pontifical Academy of Sciences Working Group on Neuroscience (and the Pope), Nov 9, 2012, The Vatican

Earl Miller in Discover Magazine (Oct 2016)
Attention, Please: MIT neuroscientist Earl Miller has changed the way we think about working memory — the brain’s scratchpad.

Charlie Gross and Earl Miller, National Academy of Science, 2000. Charlie is the lab’s scientific parent/grandparent.

A photomosaic of Charlie Gross composed of individual pictures of his students and friends.