Emmanuelle A. D. Schindler
Yale School of Medicine
Preventive Effects of a Single Low Oral Dose of Psilocybin in Migraine Headache
Dr. Schindler is a board-certified Neurologist at Yale School of Medicine in New Haven, Connecticut. She has expertise in headache medicine and among her efforts to optimize the management of headache disorders, she has ongoing studies seeking to understand the effects and mechanisms of action of psilocybin in cluster, migraine, and post-traumatic headache. Previously, she studied the neuropharmacology of psychedelics and other serotonergic compounds in the context of receptor binding and intracellular signaling at Drexel University College of Medicine, where she received her Ph.D. (2010) and M.D. (2012). She has published and presented on the biochemical, behavioral, neuropharmacological, and neuroendocrinological effects of psychedelics. Dr. Schindler has also won several awards for academic excellence, has a number of publications and invited book chapters, and remains at the forefront of headache medicine.