Steve Miller

  • Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

Steven Miller is a Ph.D. candidate at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Maryland. Steven’s research focuses on identifying treatments against seizures induced by the chemical weapons known as nerve agents. He is interested in the electrophysiology of the brain, seizure disorders, and psychiatric disorders.

Even when out with his friends, Steven loves to talk science and has a huge passion for research. He shares exciting science news through his twitter account (@NeuroscienceDC) and loves to talk about new publications and science education tools on his blog. Steven is thrilled to join the blogging team at BrainFacts.org and cannot wait to engage with readers about neuroscience!

Articles by Steve Miller

Whether people are making 3D-printed cars, guns, or even organs, this technology is becoming wild with the thousands of different applications.
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Webster defines ‘dogma’ as, “a belief or set of beliefs that is accepted by the members of a group without being questioned or doubted.” Science is no different than any other field in terms of having its own dogmas.
The rich are not the only 1%ers. About 1% of the world has epilepsy.
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Do you ever drink your coffee and feel like it just didn’t work?
Brains are made of plastic. Seems like a ridiculous claim. The brain is not made of plastic. Or, is it?
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Following a car accident, a heart attack, or any other life-threatening event, there have been many instances documented where people that were near death, experienced something vivid, something that to them was real.
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My research may not be what you expect when you hear ‘neuroscience’. I work on developing treatments against the chemical weapons known as nerve agents.
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