Research

Our approach integrates methods and insights from psychology, neuroscience, and pharmacology including pharmacological neuroimaging, computational neuroscience, as well as electrophysiological and behavioral approaches leveraging recent technological and methodological advancements.

 

Research Projects

  • Clinical and Mechanistic Effects of Psilocybin in Alcohol Addicted Patients

Contact:

e-mail: studie133@bli.uzh.ch

Phone: 044 384 3324

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  • The effects of Ketamine on the human brain
  • The potential of Psilocybin-induced neuroplasticity: Mechanistic and clinical studies into psilocybin-assisted therapy-optimization