Roman Paskulin

Roman Paškulin, M.D, Ph.D

Roman Paškulin is founder and principal investigator at OMI Institute for anthropological medicine and lecturer in pharmacology at the University of Primorska. His Ph.D. thesis “Pharmacodynamics of Entheogene Drugs – Influence on Gene Expression” is a study on the impact of ibogaine on cellular metabolism. This scientific approach of evaluation of natural remedies aims to bring traditional knowledge into western medical use. His special interests lie in lifestyle diseases, especially addiction and most of his work deals with the »soul healing« herbs. He has conducted field research on iboga, ayahuasca, and mandrake ethnopharmacology and is author of a series of scientific publications that bridge molecular genetics with psychological, sociological and spiritual impact of entheogen use.

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