Psymposia – Envisioning a Post Prohibition World The snow has melted, spring is slowly regaining its grasp on life as flowers begin to bloom and people emerge from what has been one of the harshest winters ever in New England. It is fitting then, that an blossoming organization offers a springtime continuation of what the […]
About Kevin Franciotti
Kevin is also a freelance science journalist whose articles have been published in New Scientist and Reason magazines. He earned his undergraduate degree in Behavioral Neuroscience from Northeastern University in 2013. During his time at Northeastern, he interned as a Research Assistant at Harvard Medical School's McLean Hospital which earned him an acknowledgement in a paper published in Medical Science Monitor titled, "Evidence of health and safety in American members of a religion who use a hallucinogenic sacrament." He also worked on the Phase II dose-response pilot study of MDMA-assisted psychotherapy in subjects with anxiety associated with advanced-stage cancer. Among his many passions in life, Kevin is a self-proclaimed "live music junkie" who attends shows and festivals all over the country throughout the year.