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Brooke N Dulka

Behavioral Neuroscience

University of Tennessee

I study behavioral neuroscience at the University of Tennessee. I'm currently researching neural circuits involved in stress resilience, with the goal of understanding the biological basis of stress-related mental illness, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Brooke has authored 2 articles

Can better sleep help protect us from trauma?

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A new study suggests REM sleep may make us less vulnerable to PTSD

Brooke N Dulka

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Here's what happens to hamster brains when they don't get enough play

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Play might be more important for brain development than we thought

Brooke N Dulka

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Scientists tried to replicate a provocative gene editing paper in real-time, and documented it on Twitter

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A study linking an edited CCR5 gene with dying young didn't pass the smell test

Alison Koontz

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Could raising our body temperature treat depression?

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Hyperthermia could be more effective than anti-depressants, with fewer side effects

David Haggerty

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