Oliver Miller, PhD

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Physiology
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    Tulane University, New Orleans, LAPhD2016Neuroscience
    University of California, Santa Cruz, CABA2008Neuroscience

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    1. Oliver H. Miller, Nils Grabole, Isabelle Wells, Benjamin Hall.Genome-wide translating mRNA analysis following ketamine reveals novel targets for antidepressant treatment . BioRxiv. 2018.
    2. Miller OH, Bruns A, Ben Ammar I, Mueggler T, Hall BJ. Synaptic Regulation of a Thalamocortical Circuit Controls Depression-Related Behavior. Cell Rep. 2017 Aug 22; 20(8):1867-1880. PMID: 28834750.
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    3. Miller O, Bruns A, Ammar IB, Mueggler T, Hall BJ.Medial prefrontal cortical NMDA receptors regulate depression-like behavior and dictate limbic thalamus innervation. BioRxiv. 2017.
    4. Miller OH, Moran JT, Hall BJ. Two cellular hypotheses explaining the initiation of ketamine's antidepressant actions: Direct inhibition and disinhibition. Neuropharmacology. 2016 Jan; 100:17-26. PMID: 26211972.
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    5. Huval RM, Miller OH, Curley JL, Fan Y, Hall BJ, Moore MJ. Microengineered peripheral nerve-on-a-chip for preclinical physiological testing. Lab Chip. 2015 May 21; 15(10):2221-32. PMID: 25850799.
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    6. Miller OH, Yang L, Wang CC, Hargroder EA, Zhang Y, Delpire E, Hall BJ. GluN2B-containing NMDA receptors regulate depression-like behavior and are critical for the rapid antidepressant actions of ketamine. Elife. 2014 Oct 23; 3:e03581. PMID: 25340958; PMCID: PMC4270067.
    7. Cvoro A, Yuan C, Paruthiyil S, Miller OH, Yamamoto KR, Leitman DC. Cross talk between glucocorticoid and estrogen receptors occurs at a subset of proinflammatory genes. J Immunol. 2011 Apr 01; 186(7):4354-60. PMID: 21357268.
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