Information and Updates

 It has been an exciting 2017 for Source Research Foundation! Thank you for your support and interest in our work. As we continue forming the groundwork for our organization and preparing for our first round of grant applications in the summer of 2018, we offer our gratitude to all of those who have followed our updates on Facebook, invited us into their email though joining our contact list, and encouraged our mission through sharing information about our organization in their communities. We are excited about our path and about the research and other projects we hope to support in the coming years. Students in training, community members, and others who are passionate about psychedelic research will all find connection and inspiration with our organization. We plan to encourage the connection of resources across a variety of academic institutions through supporting young scientists and inspire a network of individuals to bridge the gap between academic research and psychedelic communities so that we can build a relationship with one another. A tall mission but one that we know we can accomplish through your support and the hard work of all who join us in this endeavor. In this issue of our quarterly update, we describe our plans for 2018, share our news about the forming of the foundation, provide a collaboratory update, and present our founding board members. All the best to you in 2018!  

Establishing Source Research Foundation

  • SRF is incorporated as a nonprofit in Washington State! 
  • Articles of Incorporation can be found here.
  • We are in the process of obtaining our Washington state business license, opening an SRF bank account, and filing our 501c3 application with the IRS
  • February will be an exciting time for SRF as we host our first meeting of the Founding Board of Directors, adopt our bylaws, elect officers of the Board, and begin planning for our first grant application cycle.

Collaboratory Update

The inspiration for the SRF collaboratory was a virtual research team that set out to complete the first epidemiological survey of people who have used 5-MeO-DMT. We completed data collection in August and have just presented a poster at Johns Hopkins Bayview Research Symposium (See below). We plan to submit the first of several manuscripts for publication by the end of the year and we are excited to continue this research line and are in the process of planning several projects. Stay tuned for updates! 


Welcome New Board Members!

Our founding Board of Directors is now complete! Each of these individuals has been inspired to help oversee the early development of SRF and its mission. The connection of these individuals will help make sure that SRF is positioned as a leader in supporting research conducted by trainees in a variety of academic disciplines and helping navigate the connection between science and communities. Check out their bios here.

  • Brooke Arterberry, PhD.

  • Lynnette A. Averill, PhD.

  • Joseph P. Barsuglia, PhD.

  • Mariana M. Cajaiba, MD. 

  • Alan K. Davis, PhD.

  • Dawn D. Davis, MA.

  • Kathleen A. Davis

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