Your Brain on Drugs: How Psychedelics Affect Your Brain

Tattered Cover is honored to continue its partnership with the Office of Research Education (ORE: at the CU School of Medicine (  On March 30th, two PhD students enrolled in the ORE Neuroscience PhD program will lead a presentation and discussion about "Your Brain on Drugs: How Psychedelics Affect Your Brain.
The two students, Mayra Bueno Guerrero & Lucas Blecker, are members of the Neuroscience Program's Neuroscience Outreach Group (NOG; From the NOG website:  "Our mission is to educate and inspire by fostering connections between scientists and the community. We are committed to increasing equity and diversity in the sciences, especially within neuroscience."  NOG works with community members of all ages and in a diverse range of settings, including classrooms, local start-ups, the Museum of Nature and Science and now Tattered Cover. 
The Neurosceince program is one of 13 PhD programs within the Office of Research Education (ORE:  ORE students receive the education, training and support to conduct innovative biomedical research. The diverse, inclusive, and safe environment, fostered by the School of Medicine and Anschutz Medical Campus, supports the holistic training provided by our programs. Our graduates are key players in the local and national biomedical research workforce and thereby contribute to new scientific discoveries that can impact human health.


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Location: Colfax Avenue