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SECOND INTERNATIONAL PSYCHEDELIC SCIENCE CONFERENCE SHARES
LEADING RESEARCH RESULTS WITH BROAD AUDIENCES
Registration Is Now Open for Psychedelic Science 2013 in Oakland, Calif., April 18-23, 2013
Psychedelic Science 2013 presents the worldʼs leading psychedelic research in a three-track
conference and multiple workshops over five days. More than 65 speakers from at least 11
countries will share their latest research. The conference will explore results and findings in three
concurrent tracks: (1) Clinical/Scientific, (2) Interdisciplinary, and (3) Ayahuasca.
Over the past decade, psychedelic research has been experiencing an international renaissance.
Substances such as LSD, psilocybin, MDMA, ayahuasca, and ibogaine are being explored for their
potential to calm end-of life anxiety, reduce the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and
depression, and help end addictions to alcohol and opiates. Psychedelic Science 2013 will present the
latest research on the potential benefits as well as the risks of these fascinating compounds.
Psychedelic Science 2013 is the second such conference held in the United States. The first
conference in San Jose, Calif. in April 2010 sold out, drawing over 1,000 attendees and receiving
international media attention.
Conference presenters come from the worldʼs leading universities—including Johns Hopkins, University
of California Los Angeles, University of California San Francisco, Purdue University, University of São
Paulo (Brazil), Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona), Heidelberg University (Germany) Hannover
Medical School (Germany), University of Zürich (Switzerland), University of British Colombia (Canada),
University of Toronto (Canada), and many others—as well as from leading independent research
institutes. Many researchers are accomplished authors, publishers, and speakers.
In addition to the conference and workshops, Psychedelic Science 2013 will provide ample opportunities
to connect with others interested in this promising medical and scientific field. Friday night attendees can
enjoy a 3-hour Sunset Cruise and informal dinner on the San Francisco Bay, with an option to disembark
in San Francisco to attend Alex and Allyson Greyʼs “Bicycle Day” event. Saturday night attendees may
attend a formal evening dinner. The Marketplace of Goods and Ideas will be free and open to the public
exhibit hall for shopping, scientific poster presentations, book signings, and impromptu gatherings.
Continuing Education credits are available for medical doctors, therapists, and other medical
Psychedelic Science 2013 is presented by the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies
(MAPS), Heffter Research Institute, Beckley Foundation, and the Council on Spiritual Practices. For
more information and to register, visit psychedelicscience.org.