Rachel Millin

Advisor:Scott Murray

Email: rachel3ai "at" gmail.com

CV: RachelMillin_CV.pdf


Schallmo M.P., Kale A.M., Millin R., Flevaris A.V., Brkanac Z., Edden R.A., Bernier R.A. and Murray S.O. (2018). Suppression and facilitation of human neural responses. Elife, 7. | Reprint 1.09MB pdf |

Jain R., Millin R. and Mel B.W. (2015). Multimap formation in visual cortex. J Vis, 15(16), 3. | Reprint 5.59MB pdf |

Millin R., Arman A.C., Chung S.T. and Tjan B.S. (2014). Visual crowding in V1. Cereb Cortex, 24(12), 3107-15.

Kwon M., Bao P., Millin R. and Tjan B.S. (2014). Radial-tangential anisotropy of crowding in the early visual areas. J Neurophysiol, 112(10), 2413-22.

Zhan W., Kang G.A., Glass G.A., Zhang Y., Shirley C., Millin R., Possin K.L., Nezamzadeh M., Weiner M.W., Marks W.J., Jr. and Schuff N. (2012). Regional alterations of brain microstructure in Parkinson's disease using diffusion tensor imaging. Mov Disord, 27(1), 90-7.

Gazdzinski S., Millin R., Kaiser L.G., Durazzo T.C., Mueller S.G., Weiner M.W. and Meyerhoff D.J. (2010). BMI and neuronal integrity in healthy, cognitively normal elderly: a proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy study. Obesity (Silver Spring), 18(4), 743-8.

Gemmen G.J., Millin R. and Smith D.E. (2006). DNA looping by two-site restriction endonucleases: heterogeneous probability distributions for loop size and unbinding force. Nucleic Acids Res, 34(10), 2864-77.

Gemmen G.J., Millin R. and Smith D.E. (2006). Tension-dependent DNA cleavage by restriction endonucleases: two-site enzymes are "switched off" at low force. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 103(31), 11555-60.

Gemmen G.J., Millin R. and Smith D.E. (2006). Dynamics of single DNA looping and cleavage by Sau3AI and effect of tension applied to the DNA. Biophys J, 91(11), 4154-65.

Fuller D.N., Gemmen G.J., Rickgauer J.P., Dupont A., Millin R., Recouvreux P. and Smith D.E. (2006). A general method for manipulating DNA sequences from any organism with optical tweezers. Nucleic Acids Res, 34(2), e15.