With a clear focus on alcohol abuse and binge drinking, Clearmind's first drug candidate addresses very common (and costly) afflictions which to date, have limited solutions.
Clearmind’s Chief Scientific Officer is a prolific inventor of international acclaim. Pair that with a proven leader in the pharmaceutical space and you have a powerful combination.
Clearmind focuses exclusively on IP-protected treatments. With granted patents in the U.S and EP, allowed CN application and a nearly allowed IN application, Clearmind is set to establish its own territory in a competitive space.
Clearmind’s Management answers questions related to the potential treatment for Alcohol Use Disorder and Binge Drinking, based on its psychoactive molecule MEAI.Learn More
MEAI holds the promise to break the binge-drinking vicious cycle by potentially innervating neural pathways such as 5-HT1A which leads to “sensible behavior”.
Pre-clinical in vivo results demonstrate longtail tapering off of activity via oral administration. This may explain the anecdotal reports on the self-limiting property of MEAI—unlike traditional treatments.
The literature shows that 5-HT1A receptors are associated with controlling craving behaviour across the board. This indicates that MEAI may have a wide range of applications beyond binge drinking.
Alchohol Use Disorder
MEAI shows promise for Alcohol Use Disorder, in which an individual cannot limit their alcohol intake despite negative consequences.
MEAI may also be used for binge drinking (described as 4 or more drinks in about 2 hours). 1 in 6 adults binge drink once a week in the US.
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Dr. Adi Zuloff-Shani is a Biomedical Research and Development Executive with a vast experience with over 20 years of strategic and operational leadership in the healthcare industry and a deep understanding of therapeutics development in heavily regulated environments.
Oded Gilboa has over 23 years of experience in finance and public accounting, having served as a senior finance executive in the technology and biotech industries with responsibilities in corporate finance, accounting, strategic planning and operational and financial management. He holds a B.A in Economics and Accounting degree from Tel-Aviv University and an M.B.A. from Recanati Business School at Tel-Aviv University.
Prof. Haden is a trailblazer in the field pf psychedelic medicine, currently serving as Director of Clinical Research at Psygen and Adjunct Professor at the University of British Columbia School of Population and Public Health, and was a co-founder and spent 10 years as Executive Director of the renown Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies Canada (MAPS). Haden has dedicated the last 30 years to public education and training on drugs and drug policy, including advising the Health Officers Council of British Columbia on the issues of a regulated market for all currently illegal drugs as well as working with Addiction Services in counseling and supervisory roles. He is a frequent keynote speaker and distinguished author on the issues of drug control policy and psychedelics and was awarded the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal for his work on drug policy reform in 2013.
Prof. Gabriele Fischer did her residency in psychiatry at Washington University, USA and at the MedicalUniversity Vienna, where she serves at head of the Addiction clinic. During her long research career she published 150 scientific papers with 400 presentations on different topics related to psychopharmacology. For many decades she worked as a consultant for UNODC, WHO and other international organizations, in addition to her duty as member of the scientific board of EMCDDA (European Monitoring Center for Drug & Drug Addiction); next to research studies in neuropsychopharmacology, her special science topics include human rights issues & gender related aspects.
Wim van den Brink received his medical degree from the Free University in Amsterdam. He received his PhD degree form the State University of Groningen. Since 1992 he is full professor of Addiction Psychiatry at the Academic Medical Center of the University of Amsterdam. In 2014 he received the lifetime achievement award for science from the Netherlands Association of Psychiatry and in 2015 he was granted the status of honourable member of the Spanish Society for Dual disorders. In 2017 he received the European Addiction Research Award from the European Federation of Addiction Societies (EUFAS) and in 2020 he became a Doctor et Professor Honoris Causa at the Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, Hungary. Until recently, he was an associate editor of Drug and Alcohol Dependence and chief editor of the European Addiction Research. He has been the chair of the workgroups that developed the Dutch Treatment Guidelines on Alcohol Use Disorders, Opiate Addiction and Drugs other than Opioids. He is one of the founders and president of the International Collaboration of ADHD and Substance Abuse (ICASA).
Prof. Davidson has published over 350 articles in peer reviewed prestigious journals in the area of Psychiatry and of Alzheimer’s disease, including on development of novel treatments. Previously he was Department Chairman at the Tel Aviv University and Chief Editor of the European Neuropsychopharmacology journal. He is currently Chairman of the department of psychiatry at the Nicosia University medical school, the President of the Alzheimer Center in Israel, and actively involved in drug development.
Prof. Alon Friedman is Professor of Neuroscience at both Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) in Beersheba, Israel, and Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada. He is best known for his discoveries of the link between blood–brain barrier dysfunction (BBBd) and neuropathologies, and the mechanisms underlying BBBd-related diseases. His team developed novel imaging modalities for the diagnosis of BBBd in neuro-psychiatric disorders.
Prof. Gal Yadid is an expert in neuropsychopharmacology, and is a Lab Chief in the Brain center of the Bar Ilan University. His field research and treatment development for reward-related psychiatric disorders, specifically Addiction, PTSD and depression. His research moved from preclinical (using unique animal models) to clinical applying various methods (behavioral, cognitive, histochemical, neurochemical, genetic / epigenetic, microbiome).