Robert Miller studied physiology and neurology at Oxford before going on to Glasgow University for post-graduate study. Since 1976, he has worked as a lecturer at the University of Otago in New Zealand, where he was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 1980. For his schizophrenia study, he was awarded a Senior Research Fellowship by the Health Research Council of New Zealand in 1991. He undertook experimental neuroscience research early in his career, but he has subsequently moved away from direct involvement, opting for a library-based, theoretical approach to the forebrain.
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