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Dr Robert Miller

Robert Miller was born in Sheffield, England (1943), and has degrees from Oxford and Glasgow universities. As a medical student his first research, on neurophysiology, was done in Oxford (1965). However, he experienced disabling psychiatric problems culminating in a psychotic breakdown. He abandoned a medical career, and retrained as a neuroscientist, and emigrated to New Zealand in 1977, as lecturer in the Department of Anatomy, University of Otago. In 1999 he resigned this position, continuing research independently. At New Year 2007, he received the award ‘Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit’, ‘for services to schizophrenia research’. His first book was entitled ‘Meaning and purpose in the intact brain’ (Clarendon Press, 1981). His largest work was entitled “A Neurodynamic theory of schizophrenia and related disorders” (2008). Nine years later, he no longer uses the term ‘schizophrenia’ and is developing a completely new way to describe and classify mental disorders.

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