2010: The 2010 Ibogaine Conference

#9 Bleecker St., New York City, NY 10012

President’s Day Weekend (Sat., Feb. 14 to Mon., Feb. 15)

Sponsored By

the National AIDS Brigade

Cures not Wars

Northeastern Students for
Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP)

Schedule

Saturday, Feb. 13, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

[10:00 AM]
Ibogaine Overview
Jeffrey Kamlet, M.D., & Kenneth Alper, M.D.

[11:00 AM]
Ibogaine Efficacy
Kenneth Alper, M.D.

[12:30 AM]
MAPS Ibogaine Study
John Harrison

[01:30 PM]
Ibogaine Safety
Jeffrey Kamlet, M.D., & Clare Wilkins

[02:30 PM]
Break for Lunch

[03:30 PM]
Iboga Plant Evolution
Tracy Blevins, Ph.D.

[04:30 PM]
Iboga/Voacanga Chemistry
Chris Jenks, Ph.D., Justin Kirkland & Rob Gordon

[08:00 PM]
Party
Sunday, Feb. 14, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

[10:00 AM]
Howard Lotsof Memorial

[01:30 PM]
Break for Lunch

[02:20 PM]
Ten Years of the Ibogaine Treatment Scene
Patrick Kroupa

[03:05 PM]
Tips for New Treatment Providers
Krista Howard

[04:00 PM]
Ibogaine & the Aftercare Dilemma

[05:00 PM]
Ibogaine & the Islamic World
Dr. Anwar Jeewa & Dhoruba bin Wahad

[07:00 PM]
Reception

Monday, Feb 15, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

[10:00 AM]
Ibogaine : from William Burroughs to Harm Reduction
John Auterhoff, Alan Frimpong

[11:00 AM]
Ibogaine in New Zealand & the IHRA System
Marie Cotter, Rocky Caravelli

[12:00 AM]
Break for Lunch

[01:00 PM]
Action for Ibogaine at Local and Federal Levels
Carl Hart, Rommel Washington

[02:00 PM]
International Wrap-up: The U.S.

Ibogaine

Ibogaine, derived from the African root Tabernanthe iboga, has a novel mechanism of action that is different from other pharmacotherapeutic approaches to addiction. Relevant issues to be addressed by this forum include the distinctive social and ethnographic aspects of the informal ibogaine treatment context, its cost-effectiveness as a treatment option, and the policy implications of ibogaine’s status as a Schedule 1 substance.

Ibogaine is currently without formal approval as a treatment option in the U.S. However, a distinctive unofficial treatment network, created by international self-help movements in response to the demand of the addicts, has provided ibogaine treatment in non-medical settings such as an apartment or country house.

Participants in this forum will represent the basic and clinical neurosciences, the disciplines of ethnography and sociology. The promotion of discussion and exchange of information and views among the participants receives significant emphasis in the forum program and agenda.

Topics to be covered include ibogaine’s mechanism of action, safety and efficacy, interaction with memory and neurophysiology, and ethnographic and policy perspectives. The proposed presenters have accumulated significant new data on neurobiological, clinical, and sociocultural aspects of ibogaine.

Streaming Internet Forum Live from:
#9 Bleecker St., New York City, NY 10012

Dana Beal 212-677-4899 / dana@phantom.com

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