ICPR is a podium for a wide variety of ideas, disciplines, perspectives, localities, and individuals involved in psychedelic research and therapies. We recognize that not everyone has the financial means to register for ICPR 2024. Committed to promoting diversity and accessibility, we have made scholarships available to those participants whose social or economic circumstances may hinder their ability to attend ICPR. To facilitate this, we offer scholarship tickets to those who have limited means to attend.
Available Scholarship Programs
Source Research Foundation Travel Grant
In addition to free registration, this grant may also include compensation for transportation and accommodation costs.
To apply for the source foundation travel grant, please use this link
OPEN Foundation Scholarship Ticket Program
Open Foundation scholarship program is available for anyone who wishes to attend but is genuinely unable to afford our standard pricing.
To be eligible for the scholarship tickets, applicants must:
Provide an explanation of how attending the conference will benefit their work and community.
Demonstrate a vested interest and commitment to the study or therapeutic application of psychedelics.
To apply for the scholarship tickets, please use this link
OPEN Foundation will allocate these scholarships by offering a substantial discount on registration fees. Our scholarship funds are limited, so we kindly request that you apply only if you have no alternative means of attending. This consideration allows us to extend support to others who may have even more limited opportunities to participate.
We give special consideration to participants from disadvantaged backgrounds, but we encourage anyone who believes their circumstances warrant special attention to apply. Please note that our responses to queries about your identity, credentials, and prior community activity are not final or absolute. If many of the questions or checkboxes do not apply to you, do not be concerned. To assess and enhance the diversity of our audience, we ask questions about racial, ethnic, gender, and other identities. Answering these questions is entirely optional, and they are just one of the many factors we consider.