Kratom is a plant, native of Eastern countries, that is popular as a novel psychoactive substance (NPS). Its main compound is mitragynine (MG). The purpose of this study is to asses the physiological and cognitive effects of mitragynine in healthy subjects (phase 1 study). The study consists of 4 test days of ± 7.5 hours… Continue reading Healthy males and females who want to participate in a placebo-controlled study on physiological and cognitive effects of Kratom (mitragynine).
A recent study from our group in collaboration with the Lambert Initiative at Sydney University shows that THC-dominant cannabis can cause impairment of on-road driving and cognitive function for up to 4 hours after vaporization. Cannabis that contained CBD only did not affect driving and cognition. Cannabis that contained both THC and CBD produced impairment… Continue reading Effect of Cannabidiol (CBD) and Δ9-Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) on Driving Performance
Maastricht University will host the coming biannual meeting of the EBPS in July 2021 (https://www.ebps.org/). We cordially invite you to submit proposals for this exiting meeting. You can submit your proposal via: https://ebps2021.azuleon.org/proposal.php. Be aware: the deadline is coming up fast! Best wishes,Rudy Schreiber, on behalf of the Local Organizing Committee
We are deeply saddened by the loss of pharmacologist dr. Jordi Riba, probably the most prominent psychedelic researcher in Catalunya and Spain, and a true pioneer in the biomedical study of ayahuasca. Jordi was a true explorer who conducted his scientific quest for discovery and information in the same way 15th-century discoverers explored territories on… Continue reading Remembering Jordi Riba – a pioneer in ayahuasca research
New research from our group, published in PNAS: In a double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled study, we show that cannabis increased false memory rates using different false memory methods. The findings have significant legal implications. Read coverage of the publication from Live Science: https://www.livescience.com/cannabis-use-linked-to-false-memories.html