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APPAM Sponsoring AU Neuroscience Symposium


APPAM is excited to sponsor the American University Center for Neuroscience and Behavior's upcoming symposium, The Therapeutic Use of Psychedelic Drugs: Legal, Policy and Neuroscientific Perspectives. The symposium will take place from 8 AM to 6 PM ET on April 12, 2024, at the Washington College of Law (WCL) in Washington DC.

Tune in on April 12th for a livestream of the event sponsored by APPAM.

From American University:

"The symposium will bring together internationally recognized experts to speak on the following topics: (1) The science underlying what is known about the effects of psychedelic drugs on the brain; (2) The clinical science evaluating the efficacy of these drugs in the treatment of psychiatric and behavioral disorders; (3) Ethical ramifications of research and therapies involving psychedelic drugs; (4) Legal and policy perspectives on the regulation of psychedelic drug research and therapies; (5) Patents and commercialization; (6) Patient perspectives on the efficacy of drug therapies; and (7) Use of psychedelic substances by indigenous and underserved populations.

The organizers of the symposium are Professors Susan Carle, Lewis Grossman, and Asha Scielzo of the Washington College of Law, Professor Erdal Tekin of the School of Public Affairs, and Professors Anthony Riley and Terry Davidson of the Department of Neuroscience and the Center for Neuroscience and Behavior at AU."

Register for the event via AU here.

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