Lee Miller, Center for Mind & Brain

Lee Miller is an associate professor of neurobiology, physiology and behavior. His research investigates how different parts of the brain cooperate to achieve perception--especially in noisy environments--and what happens when comprehension fails.

In his Auditory Neuroscience and Speech Recognition Lab, Miller uses non-invasive techniques such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), high-density electroencephalography (EEG) and neural network analysis to understand the neural bases of auditory perception and speech recognition in human listeners. 

Miller's work may lead to practical solutions such as improved audiological diagnosis and targeting, improved hearing-devices, better speech recovery after device fitting and improved training on listening strategies.

Learn more about Lee Miller at his faculty webpage.