Columbia University

Research with psychedelics has been taking place at Columbia University in New York since 2014. Researchers from various departments at the university including Medicine, Psychology and Psychiatry have conducted numerous trials investigating the effects ketamine has on various substance use disorders. Some research exploring the anti-depressant effects of ketamine has also taken place.

More recently, Columbia University served as a test site for COMPASS Pathway’s COMP360 trial which explored the effects of psilocybin on treatment-resistant depression. Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, Dr. David Hellerstein served as the principal investigator at this study site. 

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January, 1970


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