uniMIND sets up academic discussion groups composed of students and senior academics from a wide range of levels and backgrounds. These groups then meet with the shared goal of engaging in a critical discourse on altered states of consciousness and psychedelics. The discussion revolves around their application in basic and clinical research, the brain sciences, philosophy, and human development. It can be the starting point for writing a bachelors, masters, or doctoral thesis; for collaboration and project application and for building evidence-based and vivid communities.
uniMIND groups meet regularly at a convenient location. Each weeks speaker presents a publication/topic/project per meeting using e.g. slides, handouts, or an oral presentation. Topics may cover any discipline of psychedelic science, from psychotherapy and neuroscience to anthropology and the social sciences. The topic will be shared prior to the meeting to allow the rest of the group to prepare.