Psychedelic Science 2023

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A conversation with Amanda Feilding and Rick Doblin, Ph.D.


A conversation with Amanda Feilding and Rick Doblin, Ph.D.

Amanda Feilding is the Founder and Executive Director of the Beckley Foundation, and is widely recognised as a leading force behind the current Psychedelic Renaissance. By establishing key Research Programmes at some of the world’s most prestigious institutions (including Imperial College London, UCL, Maastricht University), she has propelled the field forward over the last 24 years, conducting landmark studies, such as the world’s first psilocybin for treatment-resistant depression study, the world’s first LSD, MDMA and DMT brain imaging studies, plus the initiation and collaboration with Johns Hopkins on the first study using psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy to overcome nicotine addiction. She has also co-authored over 80 research papers.

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