Neurocognitive Disorders

million people affected worldwide

Current Treatments

Psychedelic research currently is in Phase Ia

Neurocognitive disorders refer to a decrease in mental function due to something other than psychiatric illness. Dementia, Alzheimer’s and traumatic brain injury are causes of neurocognitive disorders.

Psychedelics are showing promise in restoring neuronal (brain cell) connections. It is hypothesised, but still to be thoroughly researched, that they can help with the psychological outfall and restore brain function.

This topic page is linked to our papers but doesn’t yet have a full explanation.

Traumatic Brain Injury is a subtopic of Neurocognitive Disorders.

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These are the institutes, from companies to universities, who are working on Neurocognitive Disorders.

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These are some of the best-known people, from researchers to entrepreneurs, working on Neurocognitive Disorders.

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