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Recent insights into remote fear memory attenuation

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  • UserProfessor Johannes Gräff, Associate Professor at the Brain Mind Institute of the School of Life Sciences at EPFL, Switzerland World_link
  • ClockFriday 27 November 2020, 16:30-18:00
  • HouseZoom meeting.

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Please note, this talk will start at 4.15pm for virtual tea with talk starting at 4.30pm

Abstract: Fear and traumata generate some of the longest-lived memories, which contribute to the elevated life-time prevalence of stress and anxiety-related disorders. Despite the corresponding need to better understand how such long-lasting fear memories can be attenuated, surprisingly little is known about this process. In this talk, I will present our recent findings that help to better understand remote fear memory attenuation from a circuit and cellular perspective.

Bio: Johannes Gräff is Associate Professor at the Brain Mind Institute of the School of Life Sciences at EPFL , Switzerland. Of Swiss origin, he obtained his PhD under the guidance of Isabelle Mansuy at ETHZ , and conducted his postdoctoral studies in the laboratory of Li-Huei Tsai at the Picower Institute of Learning and Memory at MIT . Since setting up his own research group in 2013, Johannes has become a NARSAD Independent Investigator, an MQ fellow, a Vallee Scholar and a founding member of the FENS -KAVLI Network of Excellence. In 2014, he has received the Young Investigator Award of the Swiss Society for Biological Psychiatry, and in 2020 the Boehringer Ingelheim FENS Research Award.

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