The National Institute of Health awarded Dr. Jonathan Ploski of the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences $1.5 million for his research on Pharmacologically Enhancing the Modification of Strong Modification Resistant Memories. Dr. Ploski’s research focuses on developing methods to therapeutically attenuate maladaptive emotional memories. Students in Dr. Ploski’s lab investigate methods to enhance the initiation of reconsolidation updating enabling strong memories to be therapeutically modified.
NIH Funds Dr. Jonathan Ploski’s Research on Memories and Fear
by Jasmine Clark