This semester, the Penn Society for Psychedelic Science is hosting a seminar series showcasing the broad range of research – from molecules, to brains, to societies – that is New and Noteworthy in Psychedelic Science. Join us roughly every other Tuesday at 4pm starting this Tuesday February 16th, where we are delighted to have Dr. Sam Vesuna. Dr. Vesuna performed research as an MD/PhD student in the Deisseroth lab at Stanford studying the neural circuits underlying self-self and self-other interactions. This week, he will be presenting his work on cortical circuits underlying ketamine-induced dissociative states, published in Nature.
Join us on future weeks to hear from Dr. David Olson, Joshua Falcon, and Dr. Ruben Laukkonen! Finally, we would love to thank BGSA for sponsoring this series and MindCORE for hosting us on their CrowdCast server. Register for Sam Vesuna, David Olson, Joshua Falcon, and Ruben Laukkonen at these links!