Research could help those who suffer stress-related disorders
RESEARCHERS at Bristol University have obtained a grant in a bid to help understand how best to cope with stress.
The Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) have provided £758,000 for a study to investigate how the brain processes stress and creates memories of psychologically stressful events .
At present it is unclear how the healthy brain adapts to and learns from stressful events.
The research team hope the study will give them a better insight into how the brain processes stress and creates memories of psychologically stressful events.
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Professor Hans Reul, Professorial Research Fellow in Neuroscience in the School of Clinical Sciences, said: "Obtaining this information is crucial to understand how nerve cells "learn" from stressful events. Insight into these processes and the function of the genes involved will help to develop new ways to reduce the burden of stress-related disorders in humans and animals."