01 August 2018
The Global Ayahuasca Project is a multidisciplinary research project based at the University of Melbourne, Australia, and being undertaken in partnership with an international team of researchers from Brazil, Spain, the Czech Republic, and Switzerland.
20 July 2018
Jacques Mabit, MD, founder and president of the Takiwasi Center has been invited to participate in the 1st International Multidisciplinary Congress of Medicinal Plants "Louis Girault in memoriam" that will take place in the city of Cochabamba, Bolivia, from August September 1-5, 2018.
22 May 2018
Help fund the 1st research project on Ayahuasca-assisted treatment for Mental Health and Addiction. The Ayahuasca Treatment Outcome Project - ATOP is an international research project in which several countries have been collaborating such as Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Peru, among others. The objective is to systematically evaluate the therapeutic effects and the effectiveness of the treatment of addictions based on the articulation of traditional Amazonian medicine, including the use of ayahuasca, and modern psychotherapy.
16 May 2018
The Takiwasi Center has just renewed its Scientific Research Department, which is focused primarily on the two main work areas of the Center: the Clinical Area and the Medicinal Plants Area in collaboration with the Research & Development Unit of Takiwasi’ s Natural Products Laboratory.
16 May 2018
Fabienne Bâcle, member of the therapeutic team of the Takiwasi Center, will participate in the Beyond Psychedelics congress with the lecture entitled: "The cruzadera: negative interferences according to the concept of traditional medicine".