Robert F. Miller M.D. is a well known retinal physiologist who I have had the pleasure of working with for over 15 years. He became Head of the Department of Physiology at the University of Minnesota in 1988 and established a program in Computational Neuroscience. I joined him soon after and served as a Systems Administrator, programmer, researcher and instructor in Computational Neuroscience. We have worked on many projects over the years and I continue to be a consultant to him and the Department of Neuroscience, where Dr. Miller holds the 3M Cross Chair in Visual Neuroscience.

Exercises in Computational Neuroscience

A Computational Model of the Ribbon Synapse (PDF 0.6 MB)

Movie (MPG 4.3 MB) of internal Ca++ (top) and voltage (bottom)
in a traced rat retinal ganglion cell to somatic depolarization.