Dan Iosifescu is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at NYU School of Medicine and Director of Research at the Nathan S. Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research. His research is focused on novel pharmacological treatments (such as ketamine and other glutamatergic drugs) and devices (such as novel forms of magnetic stimulation) for patients with severe mood disorders (major depression and bipolar disorder).
Explore more info with a membership (any level)
🧑 Extended profile information
📈 In-depth psychedelic reports (Sprout & Tree)
🪄 Weekly psychedelic research & implementation newsletter (free)