Looking for a Neurobiologist

Pam Blundell pjw106 at york.ac.uk
Wed Mar 8 09:54:05 EST 2000


<sturla.molden at svt.ntnu.no [delete this] (Sturla Molden)> wrote in message
news:38c6462b.691221 at newscache.ntnu.no...
> On Wed, 08 Mar 2000 07:51:57 GMT, "Ise Amra" <Ise.Amra at freesurf.fr>
> wrote:
>
> >I mean humain cells.
>
> And how do you plan to obtain those cells?
>
> What you need to do is:
>
> 1. Get some brain cell from a patient
> 2. Perform psychotherapy
> 3. Get another sample of brain cells from the same patient
>
> Obviously, you vill not find a neurologist that are willing to help
> you with this task, nor will you get informed consent from any
> patients.

Sturla,

this does not seem to be the most constructive response to this request!

It is possible to study responses to images, etc using PET or fMRI scans.
You could see if your method changes the brain activity during some task?

Pam.






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