As the transformative potential of psychedelics is becoming more widely discussed, so too is Dr. Kenneth Tupper’s research.

In addition to his academic publications, Dr. Tupper has penned an op-ed column for The Vancouver Sun and has shared his expertise everywhere from The Globe and Mail, NBC News and The Economist, to podcasts to Vice Media.

"The potential of psychedelic plants and substances to benefit humanity is being demonstrated through new scientific research, which shows that they can be invaluable tools for healing and learning, and may help us to realize individual potentials, build thriving families and foster sustainable communities," says Dr. Tupper.

Dr. Tupper's areas of expertise include:

Psychedelic studies, drug policy, harm reduction, drug policy reform, philosophy of science, public health, methadone and fentanyl, and drug education.

media contact:

For media inquiries, please contact Dr. Tupper directly at: ktupper@cfenet.ubc.ca
or
Kevin Hollett, Communications Lead at the BC Centre on Substance Use at: khollett@cfenet.ubc.ca

Publications

Since 1999, Dr. Tupper has studied the uses and effects of psychedelics from many angles.

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Speaking engagements

From the United States to the Netherlands, Dr. Tupper has shared his expertise with an ever-growing audience.

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