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Tue, Oct 18


East Austin

POEISIS Psychedelic Research Study Results Presentation

Come hear Dr. Cody Wenthur of the University of Wisconsin-Madison present the findings from the POEISIS psychedelic research study, conducted earlier this year in collaboration with PsyT community members.

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POEISIS Psychedelic Research Study Results Presentation
POEISIS Psychedelic Research Study Results Presentation

Time & Location

Oct 18, 2022, 6:30 PM – 8:45 PM CDT

East Austin, Austin, TX, USA

About the event

Spend your evening with the Psychedelic Society of Texas community and hear Dr. Cody Wenthur of the University of Wisconsin-Madison's School of Pharmacy present the findings from the POEISIS psychedelic research study conducted earlier this year with PsyT community members. Whether you participated in this study or not, please join us for this evening of learning, community, and connection. The event is free, but non-alcoholic beverages and a casual dinner will be served, so please RSVP with committed intention. In short, don't be a flake:)

As participants may know, the data collected in this study is a critical piece in helping Dr. Wenthur's team better understand the impact of art and environmental  factors on participant mindset, comfort, and psychedelic experience. This information will be applied to the development of models that describe how connections between the immediate dosing environment, self-identity, and local cultural and historical context may affect therapeutic outcomes across human populations receiving drug-assisted psychotherapy interventions.

About the Speaker:

Cody Wenthur, PharmD, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy and Director of the Psychoactive Pharmaceutical Investigation MS Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. From his earliest days in the laboratory, he has been particularly interested in questions that give us a better picture of how the brain turns external stimuli into lasting decisions and driven by the vision of using the answers to try to improve human mental health. He honed this translational ethos during his training at Purdue, Vanderbilt, and Scripps, which included clinical work in inpatient psychiatric units, mechanistically novel academic drug discovery efforts, and the search for biomarkers of response to vaccines directed against abusable psychoactive substances.


6:20 – 6:45 PM: Doors open and light snacks / beverages

6:45 – 7:25 PM: Presentation

7:25 – 7:45 PM: Q & A / Feedback

7:45 – 8:00 PM: Reconfiguration, snacks / beverages

8:00 – 8:45 PM: Dinner

8:45 – 9 PM: Breakdown

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PsyT Disclaimer: Version September 2022

PsyT does not hold ceremonies or promote illegal activities during our events. This is not a place to seek, encourage, or participate in the procurement of controlled substances. You agree that you will not contact us for such things and will not engage in any such activities in your participation in any PsyT event. We provide a platform to discuss experiences that offer transformation in our personal and professional lives. You acknowledge that any information we provide is for educational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. 

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