Psyence Australia Pty Ltd, has partnered with iNGENū Pty Ltd (iNGENū) to conduct Psyence’s previously announced clinical trial in palliative care. iNGENū is an Australian based, globally focused Contract Research Organization (CRO) with extensive experience working in the psychedelic pharmaceutical drug development and clinical research industry.
Psyence Announces Business Combination between Wholly Owned Subsidiary Psyence Biomed Corp. and Nasdaq listed Newcourt Acquisition Corp
Psyence & Newcourt have entered into a definitive business combination agreement (the “Business Combination Agreement”) on January 9, 2023 with Psyence Biomed Corp (“Psyence Biomed”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Psyence, to create a public company (the “Combined Company”) leveraging natural psilocybin in the treatment of palliative care (the “Business Combination”). Psyence Biomed is Psyence’s clinical trial division.
Psyence announce it has signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) with Contract Research Organisation (CRO) iNGENū to execute Psyence’s strategy of clinical development in palliative care. iNGENū is an Australian full-service CRO specialising in clinical trials for psychoactive pharmaceuticals.
The potential for psychedelics as part of palliative care: Louis Schwartzberg talks to Dr. Dingle Spence
Our Western culture teaches us to push grief away, push death away and we do everything we can to distract ourselves from dealing with terrible pain, whether it is physical pain, grief pain or fear of death. I really see the future of psychedelics in helping us deal with existential distress.
Dr Amza Ali, neurologist and global medical director at Psyence shares some more light on this subject explaining what palliative care is, why it needs more attention and what Psyence’s vision and mission are when it comes to improving the access to and the effectiveness of palliative care globally.