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Timothy Bredy


Timothy Bredy is a Professor of Cognitive Neuroepigenetics at the Queensland Brain Institute,where his lab studies the fundamental molecular mechanisms underlying fear-related learning and memory. He looks at specific forms of noncoding RNA are involved in learning, cellular function, and real-time brain adaptation, with the goal of discovering the mechanisms that are necessary for the formation and stability of memory. Professor Bredy discovered brain RNA that plays a key role in inhibiting fear responses, and his research points to the potential use of RNA-based therapeutics to correct or even reverse brain disorders that are assumed to have a genetic foundation.

Past Programs Featuring Timothy Bredy

Friday, June 23, 2023 | 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm