The MIND Science Committee represents one of MIND’s central work groups. In it we discuss, devise, support, promote and carry out studies that pertain to the field of psychedelic science. Moreover, we contribute to the organizing of summer schools, workshops and seminars, and conferences. Another aspect of our work lies in the maintenance of the ASC-Study Monitor, a regularly updated bibliography of high-quality publications from a wealth of research fields that comprise psychedelic science, such as cognitive- and neuroscience, pharmacology, prevention and harm reduction research, sociology, and others. Academic ambition and conduct are requirements for working together with us in this MIND Foundation group, so if you are an established researcher, or want to become one, or simply want to make an impact in serious psychedelic research, come forward and we may find out together how you can apply your skills!