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JOURNAL CLUB: Eternal Sunshine of the Sober Mind: Rewriting Memories With Ketamine?

Video   Dec 10, 2019 | Original video from NNR


In our Journal Club series, Neuroscience Editor Ruairi Mackenzie takes a look at an interesting paper in more detail. Expect low-quality facial hair, medium-quality video resolution, and always high-quality neuroscience.

This week, Ruairi reviews claims that a new therapy could use ketamine to combat alcohol use disorder.

Read the press release: https://www.technologynetworks.com/neuroscience/news/single-shot-of-ketamine-could-cut-problem-drinking-by-rewriting-memories-claims-study-327660

Read the original study in Nature Communications: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-019-13162-w?fbclid=IwAR1ELKDzZJkkwLAYsoQECfNQ3pkzwOC5Ky-wk9LTaPAwiRLaHZn2MfiXdao

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