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Earl K. Miller is Picower Professor of Neuroscience and the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences Associate and the Director of The Picower Center for Learning and Memory.
Earl K. Miller’s work focuses on the region of the brain that guides complex thought and action. He has received numerous scientific awards, including the Pew Scholar Award, McKnight Scholar Award, an Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship, John Merck Scholar Award, the National Academy of Sciences Troland Research Award, and the Society for Neuroscience Young Investigator Award. After earning his Ph.D. from Princeton University, Miller trained at the National Institute of Mental Health and came to MIT’s Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences in 1995.
Cognitive Control: Understanding the Brain's Executive
as author at MIT World Series: Fundamentals of the Brain and Mind: A Short Course in Neuroscience,