Speaker: Subbulakshmi Sankarasubramanian
Topic: 2018, BrainStorm Neuroscience Pitch Competition, BrainStorm Winner, Consciousness, Memory Suppression, Michael Anderson, Mind Science Foundation, Neuroscience, Subbulakshmi Sankarasubramanian, Trauma
Subbulakshmi Sankarasubramanian (University of Cambridge), winner of BrainStorm 2018, dazzles the audience in the pitch for her research project seeking to answer the question: Can we suppress traumatic memories that cause us emotional pain?
Ms. Sankarasubramanian is a graduate student in Michael Anderson’s Memory Control Lab at University of Cambridge.
BrainStorm Neuroscience Pitch Competition is an innovative pitch competition connecting early‐career neuroscience researchers with the capital they need to fund their research. Scientists pitch their ideas in groundbreaking neuroscience to an audience of Mind Science Foundation supporters, who cast their votes to award the first prize of a $30,000 Tom Slick Research Award in Consciousness, or runners up awards of $15,000.
Learn more about the Mind Science Foundation and the Competition at https://mindscience.org/events/brains….
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