Dr. Jason Wallach
Dr. Jason Wallach is a research scientist and has particular interests in endogenous hallucinogens and analytical characterization and pharmacology of psychoactive substances. He is a professor at the Cooper Medical School of Rowan University teaching courses in pharmacology, clinical psychopharmacology and physiology. In 2009, Dr. Wallach would publish his unique perspective on the role of hallucinogens DMT, 5-MEO-DMT, and Bufotenine operating as ligands of trace amine receptors rather than predominantly via the serotonin 5-HT2A pathway in the journal Medical Hypothesis. He believes that there are many questions surrounding DMT that have yet to be answered by the scientific method. His undergraduate studies consist of a Cell and Molecular Biology degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Wallach completed his Ph.D. in Pharmacology and Toxicology at the University of Sciences in Philadelphia.
Dr. Wallach authored, “Endogenous hallucinogens as ligands of the trace amine receptors: a possible role in sensory perception.” – Medical Hypothesis in 2008.
Dr. Wallach writings have also been featured on Vice: A Comprehensive Guide to the Clandestine Chemistry of ‘Breaking Bad’. (2013)