POSTER PRESENTERS

These are the people presenting posters of their research at the Interdisciplinary Conference on Psychedelic Research. Posters are an excellent way to showcase academic research at conferences and provide a short graphic summary of the researchers work. Conference attendees will be able to address their questions directly to the poster presenters and discuss them in an interactive manner.

CELESTIN BÜCHE, MSc

The De-Politicisation of Psychedelics

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GEORGE FEJER, MSc

The Doors of Perceived Simultaneity: effects of microdosing psilocybin on the perception of asynchronous audiovisual speech

LAURA LEY, PhD cand.

LSD therapy for persons suffering from major depression: A randomised, double-blind, active-placebo controlled phase II study

PATRICK VIZELI, PhD cand.

Pharmacological, pharmacogenetic, and psychological predictors of the MDMA effect in healthy subjects

LUKAS BASEDOW, PhD cand.

Neuropsychological Functioning after Chronic Use of Serotonergic Psychedelics – A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

LEA JULIA MERTENS, MSc

Therapeutic Mechanisms of Psychedelic Drugs: Changes in amygdala and prefrontal functional connectivity during emotional processing after psilocybin for treatment-resistant depression

MAJA KOHEK, PhD cand.

Ancient psychoactive plants in a global village: The ritual use of cannabis in a self-managed community in Catalonia

MALIN UTHAUG, PhD cand.

Mind or matter? A placebo-controlled study of the effects of ayahuasca ingestion on mental health of participants in a naturalistic, neo-shamanic setting.

EVA DE HULLU, PhD

Exploring the Perceptual Control Hierarchy

CORY WEISSMAN, MD

Rapid and Sustained Remission of Suicidality with a Single Dose of Ayahuasca in Recurrent Major Depressive Disorder

RENSKE ERIN BLOM, PhD cand.

Psychedelic users in The Netherlands, can survey results be used to study the effect of psychedelics on the psyche?

HELENA AICHER, PhD cand.

Out of body experiences and their relation to affective states

MARTIN MALEC, MSc

Reintroducing formal psychedelics education to university

KAROLINA ELZBIETA KOLACYNSKA, PhD cand.

In vitro pharmacological characterization of 3,4-methylenedioxyamphetamine and amphetamine analogs.

FERNANDO ROSAS, PhD

Tripping is easier with eyes closed: effects of external stimuli on brain dynamics under the psychedelic state


MARIA BALAET, PhD cand.

Findings from a large field study on the effects of psychedelics on cognition

RICARDA EVENS, PhD

The Afterglow Inventory (AGI) – a new instrument to measure subacute effects of the psychedelic experience

TIM HIRSCHFELD, BSc

How it feels to be on: Psilocybin, Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD), Salvia Divinorum, Dimethyltryptamine (DMT) or Ketamine

IVAN SKORODUMOV, MSc

Psychedelics in rat models of alcohol addiction

ROBERT WENDRICH, PhD

Connecting Computational Tools With Psychedelic Research (Hypotheses)

BENJAMIN MUDGE, PhD cand.

The Therapeutic Potential of Ayahuasca for People with Bipolar Disorder

LAURA KAERTNER, MSc

A Prospective Study of Microdosing

THARCILA CHAVES, PharmD PhD

How dangerous is ketamine? A systematic review about deaths and overdoses related to the use of ketamine and its analogues

HALEY M. DOURRON

Resting State Connectivity and Patterns of Disruption of the Sense of Self, in Psychosis and Psychotomimetic States

LUCIA MARIE TERPAK, MA

The Phenomenology of Ibogaine-Assisted Addiction Treatment: Understanding the Role of the Psychedelic Experience in Healing

FILIP TYLS, MD, PhD

The effect of psilocybin on the emotional experience associated with listening to classical and electronic music

MATEO SANCHEZ, MRes

Connecting People: Psychedelics, Phenomenology, Psychiatry, Posthumanism, Politics

MAX WOLFF, PhD

A cognitive-behavioral model of how psychedelic therapy promotes acceptance

PEDRO MEDIANO, PhD cand.

Patterns of Integrated Information in the Psychedelic State

TOR-MORTEN KVAM

The rationale for conducting a MDMA-assisted psychotherapy trial for depression

VERONIKA GOLD, MA &
ERIC SIENKNECHT, PsyD

Ethical Considerations in MDMA-assisted Psychotherapy

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