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Dana Discovery Dialogues: Psychedelic Assisted Therapies
The fifth event of the Dana Discovery Dialogues will be held on February 21 from 3-4pm ET.
This month’s topic will explore one of the hottest topics in neuroscience: psychedelics. With recent legislation making psychedelic use and study more widely available, there are still regulatory hoops to jump through. In this conversation, panelists will discuss using psychedelics to treat trauma and the risk of policy setbacks leaving some of the most in-need groups behind.
- Lindsay Cameron, Ph.D., Stanford University
- Jane C. Hu, Ph.D., Independent Journalist
- Jennifer Mitchell, Ph.D., University of California, San Francisco
Produced in partnership by the Dana Foundation and Boston College of Communication, Dana Discovery Dialogues is hosted by Mariette DiChristina, dean of Boston University College of Communication, and Tyler Jones of SciCommers. This six-month, virtual series aims to unpack some of the most pressing and occasionally contentious topics in contemporary neuroscience. These discussions are curated to highlight how the latest research influences everything from our personal decisions to the broader challenges society faces. The series is free and open to the public.
Learn more about the Dana Discovery Dialogues, held monthly through March 2024.