NYU STUDY ON PSILOCYBIN AND RELIGIOUS LEADERS

The Heffter Research Institute is sponsoring another study on psilocybin and mystical experience. Researchers Stephen Ross and Anthony Bossis at the New York University School of Medicine are studying the effects of psilocybin on individuals who lead religious congregations or spiritual communities. The link below is for a flyer that describes the study and gives contact information for people who would be interested in volunteering.

“Leaders from all traditions are invited to volunteer. Participants will receive psilocybin in day-long contemplative sessions conducted by trained, supportive staff in a comfortable, living-room-like setting.”

NYU School of Medicine Scientists Seek Religious Leaders