M-PsyC Education & Events

Psychedelic studies are a fertile ground for multidisciplinary education.

From molecular pharmacology, to systems neuroscience, to policy and social justice, M-PsyC is committed to creating broad engagement around education regarding psychedelic drugs and the psychedelic experience.

M-PsyC launched the first ever class at the University of Michigan on Psychedelic Neuroscience (NS704, Section 053) and recently held a symposium on psychedelic studies for 2022. There is also a journal club run through the Department of Psychiatry as well as the Psychedelic Neuroscience and Therapy seminar series in the Rackham Graduate School, directed by doctoral students involved in M-PsyC. We look forward to the participation of learners from all fields and career stages as we explore this important and multidimensional subject.

Psychedelic Neuroscience Course, Neuroscience Graduate Program

This course will be offered in Winter 2024 and is open to all graduate students in related disciplines (e.g., neuroscience, pharmacology, physiology, psychology). Please contact Dr. George Mashour for more details (gmashour@umich.edu).

Upcoming & Recent Events

Register for upcoming events or watch previously recorded webinars.

The Psychedelic Renaissance
October 21, 2023

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Virtual Town Hall: Psychedelic Studies at U-M and the Michigan Psychedelic Collaborative
September 29, 2021

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