Monday, June 11, 2018

Psychedelic research at UCLA (Dr. Grob)

MARC, BRI; Crystal Quintero, Ananda M., CC Liu, Seth Auberon (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly
MARC ("Mindful Awareness Research Center") at UCLA studies Buddhist meditation
I used to think UCLA was a bunch of elitist a-holes from the South Bay and westside.
Dr. Charles Grob studies MDMA at UCLA
“Hallucinogens were really the cutting edge of psychiatric research.”
— Dr. Charles Grob, UCLA professor of clinical psychiatry, in a July 9 Bloomberg article about research that found that small doses of the hallucinogen ketamine ("Special K") may help lessen symptoms in [or cure] patients with depression.

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