Mind Altering Science - an OPEN Conference on Psychedelic Research

Venue: University of Amsterdam

Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

Event Date/Time: Oct 23, 2010 End Date/Time: Oct 24, 2010
Registration Date: Oct 15, 2010
Early Registration Date: Sep 30, 2010
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The OPEN foundation is proud to present: 'Mind Altering Science – An OPEN Conference on Psychedelic Research', at the University of Amsterdam, on the 23th and the 24th of October 2010. From the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder with MDMA, and the use of ibogaine as a tool to combat addiction, to the globalization of ayahuasca religions; 'Mind Altering Science' will be the first conference on Dutch soil that offers a multidisciplinary perspective on recent developments in the exciting field of psychedelic research.

The two-day conference will include a variety of lectures, interactive dialogues and presentations of recent research data. Academics, therapists and medical professionals from various countries will discuss the use of psychedelics from their own disciplinary perspective. Everyone with an eagerness to lean more about psychedelic research is invited to attend this unique event, whether they are researchers, medical professionals or students.

We are happy to present the following international experts as our main speakers:

Andrew Sewell PhD (US)
Peter Oehen MD (CH)
Bia Labate PhD (BR)
Jordi Riba MD (ES)
Jose Carlos Bouso MD (ES)
Adele van der Plas (NL)
Stephen Snelders (NL)
David Luke PhD (UK)
Dr. Anwar Jeewa (SA)
Amanda Feilding (UK)

For more information on the conference, visit the website: www.mindalteringscience.com. Through this website you can also subscribe to our English conference newsletter.

For more information about the OPEN foundation, visit our website at www.stichtingopen.nl. Unfortunately, our website is temporarily only available in Dutch.

Presale tickets are available through our site; early birds get an additional discount (as do students!). So don't hesitate to register!

We hope to see you at 'Mind Altering Science'!

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