Marco Schlosser, M.Sc.
Marco Schlosser is a researcher at University College London, Division of Psychiatry. As part of the European Medit-Ageing Research Group, he investigates the impact of meditation training on mental health and well-being in the ageing population. He is also leading the IMPRINT project, which aims to deepen and refine the relationship between meditation and psychedelic research.
Marco has received his MSc in Clinical Mental Health Sciences from University College London, research training at McGill University, and a fellowship from the German Academic Scholarship Foundation (Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes). He is currently completing a PhD in psychology at the University of Geneva. Marco has spent more than one year on silent meditation retreats.
How, for whom, and under what circumstances could psychedelic experiences positively impact medit…