Daniel J. Millman, MS

Affiliations: 
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
Computation, Olfactory Circuits
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Ernst Niebur research assistant 2006-2009 Johns Hopkins
Alfredo Kirkwood research assistant 2007-2009 Johns Hopkins
Richard L. Huganir research assistant 2010-2010 Johns Hopkins Medical School
Venkatesh N. Murthy grad student 2011- Harvard
Saskia de Vries research scientist Allen Institute
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Siegle JH, Jia X, Durand S, et al. (2021) Survey of spiking in the mouse visual system reveals functional hierarchy. Nature
Millman DJ, Ocker GK, Caldejon S, et al. (2020) VIP interneurons in mouse primary visual cortex selectively enhance responses to weak but specific stimuli. Elife. 9
Millman DJ, Murthy VN. (2020) Rapid Learning of Odor-Value Association in the Olfactory Striatum. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
de Vries SEJ, Lecoq JA, Buice MA, et al. (2019) A large-scale standardized physiological survey reveals functional organization of the mouse visual cortex. Nature Neuroscience
Madhavan R, Millman D, Tang H, et al. (2014) Decrease in gamma-band activity tracks sequence learning. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. 8: 222
Mihalas S, Millman D, Iyer R, et al. (2014) Nonconservative Neuronal Networks During Up-States Self-Organize Near Critical Points Criticality in Neural Systems. 437-464
Millman D, Mihalas S, Kirkwood A, et al. (2010) Self-organized criticality occurs in non-conservative neuronal networks during Up states. Nature Physics. 6: 801-805
Jiang B, Huang S, de Pasquale R, et al. (2010) The maturation of GABAergic transmission in visual cortex requires endocannabinoid-mediated LTD of inhibitory inputs during a critical period. Neuron. 66: 248-59
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