Sriya Venkat

Sriya Venkat

Sriya Venkat is a rising junior at William G. Enloe High School in Raleigh, North Carolina. She is interested in Computer Science, Mathematics, and Biology, and plans to pursue these subjects in college. Sriya has participated in National Science Bowl and has competed in the national finals held by the DOE with her team. She is currently doing research in Mathematical Biology (infectious disease modeling) at North Carolina State University. Sriya enjoys learning about cybersecurity and new ways of coding in Java, Python, and MATLAB in her free time. In addition, she is passionate about Indian Classical (Carnatic) Music and has been learning and performing Carnatic singing and violin for the past several years.


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Therapeutic Forgetting: An Ethical Analysis of Using Memory Dampening Drugs to Treat Trauma-Related Mental Disorders

Therapeutic Forgetting: An Ethical Analysis of Using Memory Dampening Drugs to Treat Trauma-Related Mental Disorders


Abstract Therapeutic forgetting, through memory-dampening drugs such as Propranolol, has been shown to provide significant psychological relief for patients suffering from trauma-related mental conditions. However, bioethicists are concerned that the extended use of therapeutic forgetting could damage one’s sense of overall identity. The f...