I co-authored an article in JAMA Psychiatry investigating the rapidly increasing range of US state legislation and ballot initiatives aimed at psychedelic drug reform. [more inside]
Trypt.am is a simple PHP site that aggregates global clinical trials databases (clinicaltrials.gov, clinicaltrialsregister.eu) as well as some smaller databases (trialregister.nl, anzctr.org.au) and then segments them by popular psychedelics/entheogens. This is far from perfect; I hadn't done any programming for almost 7 years, so I had to clear the cobwebs in that part of my brain. There are still plenty of bugs and data nuances to suss out. In addition, there are other trial databases such as Who.int that are not yet implemented. I stopped working on Trypt.am in July, so I was pleased that it was still mostly functional when I checked this morning. This wee project was done on behalf of the Entheos Foundation of NZ (entheos.org.nz), which recently became New Zealand's first psychedelic charity organisation. Hopefully some of you can find this information useful!