Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies
The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic
Studies (MAPS) is a membership-based,
IRS-approved 501 (c) (3) non-profit research and educational
organization. We assist scientists to design, fund, obtain approval
for and report on studies into the risks and benefits of
psychedelic drugs and
MAPS' mission is to sponsor scientific research designed to develop
psychedelics and marijuana into FDA-approved prescription medicines,
and to educate the public honestly about the risks and benefits of
these drugs. Read our
strategy statement for more information.
We need your
support so together we can make a difference. In addition to
general membership donations, MAPS is seeking to raise funds for
specific research projects. These are our
funding priorities and
here are our financial reports.
For background reading, see MAPS President Rick Doblin's doctoral
dissertation (Harvard, Kennedy School of Govt., 2001)
"Regulation of the Medical Use of Psychedelics and Marijuana,"
visit our media
audio/visual archives, or peruse the latest issue of the
Bulletin and our
monthly news update.
(Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies), supporting
psychedelic & medical marijuana research since 1986, has agreed to donate
$2,000 towards the publication of several essays and a bibliography of
scientific papers about the religious use of the Amazonian
and is ready to accept an additional $2,000 from a donor who
wants to support education about ayahuasca. The book was edited by
and it contains scientific articles and a bibliography of papers about
ayahausca, as well as other resources. Supporters will be
commemorated on the title page.
MAPS is seeking to raise a total of
$3,500 to supplement the $2,000 that they're donating to cover the
publication costs for 2,000 copies.
The Trance Foundation has
donated $1,000, Julian Babcock has donated $500, and DREAMWalker Group
has donated $250 so far. MAPS had previously
donated $1,500 toward the costs of translating the book, which has been
published in Portuguese. Richard Wolfe and
The Cottonwood Foundation
have also already donated $1,500 each toward the translation.
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