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Oct 7, 2020

Dr Jen Perusini explains her discovery with the labs she has worked at on some of the basic brain biochemistry of PTSD. She discusses basic science research establishing localization of increase in distinct pathways in the fear center of the brain, the amygdala.

I am posting this unusual basic science discussion because Dr Persuini explains it a meaningful way. She discusses where they are in the effort to begin human clinical trials. In discovering the the possible mechanistic target for PTSD, they are able to begin to craft a trageted therapeutic response. Hear about the promising work Dr Perusini is doing on behalf of our Warriors.

It covers information that is the prelude to next weeks podcast re: some of the actions related with ketamine and fentanyl.

Find out more:

neurovationlabs.com


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