In conjunction with the Beckley Foundation

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A discussion on scientific research with psychedelic drugs

Wednesday 12th June 2013 10am-6pm

Perception ● Consciousness ● Psychiatry

Chaired by Prof David Nutt
Wolfson Education Centre Lecture theatre 1
Major sponsors

Imperial College London - Department of Medicine - Division of Brain Sciences


9:30am: Tea in the Wolfson Education Centre

10am: Welcome
10:05-10:40am: Prof David Nutt (Imperial): Why study psychedelic drugs? 10:55-11:30am: Dr Robin Carhart-Harris (Imperial): fMRI & MEG studies with psilocybin 11:45-12:20am: Prof Francesc Artigas (Barcelona): Pharmacology of psychedelics 12:35-1:10pm Lunch in Wolfson Education Centre 1:10-1:45pm: Dr Enzo Tagliazucchi (Frankfurt): Psilocybin fMRI: Network measures 2:00-2:50pm: Updates session: 10 min presentations by researchers working with psychedelics at Imperial, Bristol, Oxford & Sheffield 3:10-3:25pm: Tea and biscuits 3:25-4:05pm: Prof Jack Cowan (Chicago): A model of how geometric hallucinations are generated in the brain 4:20-5:00pm: Dr Charles Grob (UCLA): Psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy at UCLA 5:15-5:40pm: Erica Rex: My experience as a patient in a psilocybin clinical trial at John Hopkins University, Baltimore 6pm onwards: Canapés and drinks on the Burlington Danes mezzanine
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Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine


This is a free, invitation-only event with a limited capacity. Please email Robin: to confirm your attendance

Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine

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