medical research

Dr. Ami Citri is using a breakthrough in genetic memory to identify what drives our fear.

Researchers at the Hebrew University recently discovered that memories leave a distinctive genetic pattern on our brains, that lasts even after death.

Dr. Ami Citri has used this research to show that mice with similar experiences recorded similar genetic patterns.

He believes this discovery may lead to treatments for a variety of psychological disorders, and anxieties.


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Fear no More

Israeli scientists uncover innovative method to read memories that could help treat patients with psychiatric disorders.

Posted by The Israel Project on Thursday, August 2, 2018

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Source: United with Israel