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Matthew X. Lowe, Ph.D. is the Executive Director & Chief Scientific Officer of Unlimited Sciences, and the Director of Research of the Realm of Caring Foundation. He received his doctorate in cognitive neuroscience and psychology at the University of Toronto, and has worked as a research scientist at MIT and Harvard Medical School. Prior to joining Unlimited Sciences, he was Research Director at Stanford University. Matthew has over a decade of experience and expertise conducting research across a range of topics in human behavior, brain function, and mental health. He is a passionate advocate for evidence-based research on natural medicines.
Evan Dohrmann is an executive leader with +15 experience working on behalf of industry leading premium coffee and food businesses. Evan is also the founder of Headwaters Yoga, a non-profit organization created to provide free yoga and mindfulness education to under-resourced youth in northeast Los Angeles. Evan believes that access to psychedelic medicine is an unalienable right, and that democratization of psychedelics will foster a healthier, more connected future.
Steven Huang is our Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (JEDI) Officer. Steven first joined our team in 2021. He has designed and implemented JEDI strategies for organizations across diverse industries, geographies and sizes. Currently, Steven works with MAPS as the organization's first JEDI Officer, where he focuses on bringing psychedelic healing to all, including marginalized communities, while simultaneously honoring the indigenous cultures from where plant medicines originates.
Holly has been involved in education for most of her life. She began her career as a teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing and then transitioned to higher education, where she is a full-time faculty member in the School of Health Sciences at Purdue University Global Campus. She is a member of Psychedelic Professionals and dedicated much time advocating for the passage of Proposition 122 in Colorado. Her driving passion is helping people feel good. She is a certified nutrition coach and stress management counselor who has devoted many years of study to psychedelics easing end-of-life anxiety for those facing a terminal diagnosis. She strongly supports education and research into the power and potential of psychedelics to change lives.
Owen is a research assistant for Unlimited Sciences. He received his bachelor’s in sociology with a certificate in cognitive science from Princeton University and has spent much time working in research positions for various clinical/health psychology labs as well as in applied psychiatric settings. He is currently pursuing higher education in psychopharmacology and clinical science with the goal of using this knowledge and experience to eventually conduct translational research on the therapeutic mechanisms of psychedelic substances. In the future, he hopes to contribute to the developing body of research in this field in order to improve research designs, clinical practice, and health outcomes for those undergoing psychedelic therapy.
Ashvind Adkins Singh, Ph.D. grew up in the South Pacific and has been interested in alternative and complimentary medicine since he was a child watching his grandmother help and heal others using ayurvedic practices. Ashvind received his doctorate from Louisiana State University where he majored in clinical psychology and minored in neuropsychology and psychopharmacology. He has worked in nursing homes, developmental centers, psychiatric hospitals, and community mental health centers. Ashvind is also an executive coach and has consulted for hospitals, foster care systems, local, state, and federal government agencies, as well as private organizations around the world. Ashvind has over 70 publications, presented and trained clients all over the globe, and is passionate about the power of education and healing.
Heather Jackson is the Co-Founder and President of Unlimited Sciences and Realm of Caring Foundation, an internationally acclaimed nonprofit primarily serving families who are dealing with life-limiting and chronic health conditions. Her mission, after helping her son transition from hospice to health, is to reimagine the way we think, talk, and respond to plant medicine and the people who use it. To that end, she is committed to innovative scientific research, building global communities and advancing demanded conversations about these life-changing approaches to health. She is an international speaker, published researcher and author, and her work has been featured on Dateline, 60 Minutes Australia and CNN with Dr. Sanjay Gupta as well as in the New York Times, National Geographic, TIME and Good Housekeeping.
Del Jolly's plant medicine journey began after visiting The Realm of Caring in early 2016. After understanding the vast potential to help children and adults alike, Del dedicated his time to advocating for natural medicine. While working for Charlotte's Web Hemp oil, Del became the outreach director for Decriminalize Denver, the first of its kind legislation to pass the decriminalization of psilocybin. Since then, Del has worked tirelessly to recruit for the Unlimited Sciences/JHU study, was part of the Decriminalize Nature Boulder County steering committee, and has advocated for the decriminalization of all entheogens.
Medical Professional, Psilocybin Community Education, Decriminalize Denver
Independent Research Scientist and Drug Policy Expert
Medical Director, The Revive Treatment Centers of America
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