What we’re about
This group is for academic researchers, clinicians and students and is open to the public to learn in a group environment about cutting edge research on psychedelic neuroscience and applications in psychiatry and other health science disciplines.
We will pair the subject matter with a 30-60 min overview of the material, followed by Q&A and a group discussion to learn together about this new frontier in neuroscience and medicine.
While most of the content will be fairly academic, we aim to have a space for anyone to participate in regardless of your education or experience level with psychedelics, as these topics impact more than just the academic/medical research community, but humanity at large.
Lastly, please don't come to these meetings seeking/selling drugs and please don't arrive on drugs or you will be asked to leave and banned from attending future events. This is both for the safety of everyone involved and for the productivity of the lectures and discussions.
Upcoming events (1)See all
- Psychedelic Medicine Task Force MeetingLink visible for attendees
The second meeting of the Governor's newly created Psychedelic Medicine Task Force (PMTF) will be happening Dec. 4, 2023 from 9:30am-12:30pm.
I am a member and was elected chairperson of this task force and will post the occurrence of these meetings here on Meetup, however you can also stay up to date on the proceedings and work of the PMTF by checking out their website.
All meetings are open to the public. You can find out what we are working on and talking about each month in several ways:
- Watch the meeting live on YouTube (these meetings will not be recorded): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUffrZoL5iViBFcThyE7tVQ
- Attend in person at the Capitol in St. Paul - The Dec. 4, 2023 meeting will be accessible in-person at the Minnesota State Capitol (room # TBD). At least one voting member will be in attendance as required by open meeting law, while the majority of members will be attending virtually.
- Or read the minutes of each meeting afterwards that will be posted to the PMTF website: https://www.health.state.mn.us/people/psychmed/index.html
This meeting will not be taking comments/questions from the public for this meeting, but you can reach out to the task force email on the website to submit any comments or feedback.
I hope you can join us, and please feel free to send any feedback, comments, or anything else you want to share about the PMTF to me at email@example.com