Can you really clone someone’s consciousness? Dr. Monti’s interview on PC-Mag about Keanu Reeves’ Replicas

Can You Really Clone Someone’s consciousness?

In the new sci-fi movie Replicas, Keanu Reeves brings his family back to life as clones. We talk to director Jeffrey Nachmanoff about his inspiration, as well as UCLA’s Dr. Martin M. Monti, who has done groundbreaking work on the human brain and post-trauma consciousness.

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Our first-in-man ultrasonic thalamic stimulation in a post-comatose patient published in Brain Stimulation

thalamus ultrasoundOur very first post-coma patient undergoing LIFUP (Low Intensity Focused Ultrasound Pulsation) accepted for publication in Brain Stimulation as a letter:             Monti M.M., Schnakers C., Korb A.S., Bystritsky A., Vespa P.M. (accepted) Non-invasive ultrasonic thalamic stimulation in disorders of consciousness after severe brain injury: a first-in-man report. Brain Stimulation.