Katrina Dobson is an MSc student at the University of Groningen, studying Behavioural and Cognitive Neurosciences. She has worked as a research assistant for a psychedelic retreat company and volunteers with harm reduction and drug policy advocacy efforts in Canada. Current research interests include understanding the effect of psilocybin on animal behaviour, developing ethical frameworks for psychedelic retreats, and building models for understanding the effect of nitrous oxide on healthy volunteers.
Conflicting States of Consciousness: Exploring Psilocin and Sleep
Understanding how psychedelics interact with sleep may be important for their use in clinical settings and can provide insight to their underlying mechanisms of action, including those of neuroplasticity.