The effects of psychedelics on human physiology: current state of affairs and future perspectives
Harald Schjelderups hus Auditorium 1

We are delighted to host Attila Szabo for an open lecture on the effects of psychedelics on the human physiology:

Attila is a Research Fellow at the Norwegian Centre for Mental Disorders Research (NORMENT), Institute of Clinical Medicine, University of Oslo (UiO), Norway. He holds two Master’s degrees in Biochemistry (MSc) and in Philosophy (MA). He obtained his PhD in biomedicine with a focus on cellular and molecular immunology, and a second one in modern philosophy. He did medical research internships in the US, and two postdoctoral trainings in psychoneuroimmunology and biological psychiatry at the Institute of Clinical Medicine at UiO.

His current research interests include brain-immune interactions in health and disease, biological psychiatry, immunopsychiatry, as well as psychedelic research with a special focus on the physiological effects of serotonergic psychedelics. Attila is also a founding member at NFPV, and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Psychedelic Studies.

For those who live outside the Oslo area or for other reasons cannot attend in person, the lecture will be streamed via zoom: