Thank you very much for your interest in the work of the Beckley Foundation. We are thrilled and encouraged by the positive response that our efforts have received.
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Volunteer for research
Building on the research carried out by the Beckley/Imperial Psychedelic Research Programme, Imperial College London is now conducting a new clinical trial into ‘psilocybin for major depression’.
To see whether you are eligible for this trial please see the inclusion/exclusion criteria.
Volunteer to work for the Beckley Foundation
Occasionally opportunities arise to volunteer for the Beckley Foundation. There are various ways you can help, including:
Please first ensure you are eligible to work in the UK, as we are unfortunately unable to provide sponsorships for overseas applicants.
If there are other ways you would like to contribute, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We also periodically offer internship opportunities, both in policy and science areas. However, such positions are very rare, and we cannot guarantee placement.
If you would like to volunteer to work with the Beckley Foundation in the future, please contact us via email to be added to our list. Please detail any specific interests, skills, or other potential contributions that you would like to offer. We will send out emails as opportunities arise. Thank you for your interest in contributing to our work.
We are currently not recruiting any volunteers for events or other work.
Psilocybin for Depression
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