Episode 37

Manesh Girn is a PhD candidate in Neuroscience at McGill University specifically focusing on psychedelic research. Not only do we cover a variety of topics around the current psychedelic research, Manesh also shares his vision for the future of psychedelics and some of his philosophy on life and mental well-being.

During the ep, we talk about mystical experiences (from the research perspective), the brain under a psychedelic, psychedelics for physical healing, and what he feels is currently being underserved in the current psychedelic research.

From beginning to the very end, this conversation is fun, engaging and informative.
Be sure to check out Manesh’s YouTube channel The Psychedelic Scientist to learn more about the science of psychedelics made for people like me — non-scientists who want to be informed!

Be sure to like, subscribe, and comment if you’re digging the episode!

More About Manesh: Manesh is a PhD candidate in Neuroscience at McGill University and has been lead or co-author on over a dozen scientific publications and book chapters on topics including psychedelics, meditation, daydreaming, and the default-mode network. His PhD dissertation focuses on the default-mode network and he is also conducting research on the brain mechanisms underlying LSD, psilocybin, and DMT in collaboration with Dr. Robin Carhart-Harris and others from the Imperial College London Center for Psychedelic Research.

Manesh Socials & Resources:
https://www.youtube.com/c/ThePsychedelicScientist
https://www.instagram.com/thepsychedelicscientist
https://twitter.com/MGirnNeuro

Trip On This Socials & Links:
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http://www.twitter.com/triponthis_pod
http://www.tiktok.com/@triponthis_pod
http://www.triponthispodcast.com
Kat Walsh (Host) – http://www.instagram.com/lifewithkatwalsh

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