Sacred Medicines is a Public Benefit Corporation (PBC), working with multiple committed individuals and organizations to provide benefits to communities for whom ayahuasca and other medicines are sacraments.
Enosis Therapeutics is an Australian medical technology and psychedelic research company that leverages virtual reality (VR) for the contextual modulation of psychedelic therapy to improve treatment outcomes.
The Global Initiative for Psychedelic Science Economics (GIPSE) is a network of health economists dedicated to achieving the potential of psychedelic therapies for high-priority mental health conditions.
The Center for Psychedelic Drug Research & Education (CPDRE) at the College of Social Work at Ohio State University aims to explore and advance the research about psychedelic drugs and their effects, and to disseminate the knowledge about psychedelics.
The Pacific Treatment & Research in Psychedelics (TRIP) Program is dedicated to the development of psychedelic-assisted therapies and the scientific exploration of how altered states of consciousness can be harnessed to change behaviour and improve brain health and quality of life.
The Centre for Integrated Psychedelic Science at Duke University is a multidisciplinary collaboration dedicated to studying the mechanistic, phenomenological, therapeutic, and relational effects of psychedelic compounds.
The Finnish Association for Psychedelic Research (Psyty) was established to promote research related to psychedelics in Finland, bring together professionals interested in this topic, and advance cooperation with the international research community.
The Swedish Network for Psychedelic Science (Nätverket för Psykedelisk Vetenskap, NPV) is a nonprofit organization based in Stockholm that works to promote the scientific study of psychedelic substances.
Psynapse is a Norwegian non-profit working toward reforming drug laws in the country and increasing the accessibility of psychedelic-assisted therapies to those in need.
Founded: June 2015
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