Upcoming Events

At Stanford

On the fallibility of placebo control and how to address it: a case study in psychedelic microdosing

Balázs Szigeti, PhD
Tuesday May 31 at 6pm
In person: Li Ka Shing building 130 at the medical school

Across the web

Past Events

Beyond Trauma: Psychedelic Narratives for Public Health

Mellody Hayes, MD

March 3, 2022




Lessons Learned from doing Therapy with LSD and MDMA

Peter Gasser, MD

January 18, 2022


Psychedelic Friction: 
8 Controversies in Psychedelic Medicine

Alex Belser, PhD

October 14, 2021


Ketamine-assisted Psychotherapy: 
Organizing Ideas and Psychospiritual Themes

Kelley O'Donnell, MD PhD

August 31, 2021


MAPS: MDMA-Assisted Therapy for PTSD and Beyond

Berra Yazar-Klosinski, Ph.D.
& Federico Menapace

June 25, 2021


Ketamine, Mindfulness, and Psychiatry

Elias Dakwar, MD

April 5, 2021


Demystifying the Default Mode Network

Anish Mitra MD, PhD

January 7, 2021


Neurobiology of Psychedelics

Katrin Preller, PhD

February 10, 2021


Therapeutic Effects of Psilocybin: Smoking Cessation and Beyond

Matthew Johnson, PhD

March 16, 2021


The Long View of Psychedelic Research

George Greer MD, Heffter Research Institute

December 17, 2020


Commercialization and its Discontents

Matthew Baggott, PhD

February 24, 2022




The Acute and Enduring Effects of Hallucinogenic Drugs on Brain Function and Cognition

Manoj Doss, PhD

September 9, 2021


Epigenetics in Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies: Spiritual Healing in Modern Healthcare

Joe Tafur, MD

July 19, 2021


Psychedelic Research for End-of Life Existential Distress

Anthony Bossis, PhD

June 7, 2021


10 Questions about Ketamine in Mental Health

Raquel Bennett, PsyD

May 6, 2021


Indigenous Wisdom and Psilocybin Therapy

Francoise Bourzat

February 1, 2021


Psilocybin-facilitated Psychotherapy for Cocaine Dependence: Preliminary Findings

Peter Hendricks, PhD

February 23, 2021


A conversation with Sutton King

Sutton King, MPH

March 3, 2021


Psilocybin-assisted Therapy for Major Depression

Jordan Sloshower MD, MSc

November 10, 2020



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Awards must be used for direct costs of research being conducted as part of an academic degree program at an institution of higher learning. Applicants from the United States and international locations are welcome to apply. We define “student” broadly, and could include postdoctoral fellows, residents, or interns, as long as they meet all other requirements (e.g., IRB oversight, faculty mentor, etc.).


Usona Scholarship Program

Psychedelic Support Course Scholarship

Psychedelic Support offers accredited online courses on the safety, research, and clinical applications of MDMA and psilocybin.  From their website: "We are proud to offer a six-month scholarship for students and practitioners to take our courses as a means of enhancing diversity in the field of psychedelic medicine. Continuing education credits (CE/CME) are available for health professionals."