Hannah McLane, MD, MA, MPH is a physician, psychotherapist, entrepreneur, and nonprofit founder. She holds degrees from McGill University (BA, International Development Studies), Temple University (MA, Communication Sciences), Brown University (MD, Doctor of Medicine), and Harvard School of Public Health (MPH, Global health and Bioethics). Her residency experiences include neurology and Occupational and Environmental Medicine (University of Pennsylvania). Her post-residency training includes postdoc fellowship in Patient Safety (VA Medical Center, Philadelphia), psychoanalytic training (PCOP), and MDMA-Assisted-Psychotherapy training (MAPS).
In 2010 she founded the SoundMind Project, which is a global organization aimed at providing alternative therapies for neurologic and mental health disorders. The SoundMind Center, a psychedelic therapy center in West Philadelphia, will also be a collaborative-thinktank-space aimed at re-envisioning what medicine could be; it is opening in summer 2020. She conducts research at the VA Medical Center in Philadelphia which focuses on cognitive diversity, PTSD, Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy, and emerging alternative therapies for mental health issues. She is one of only a few dozen physicians in the United States training with MAPS to be an MDMA-Assisted-Psychotherapy provider, in their Expanded Access program. Find her on twitter and facebook @hannahmclanemd and her psychedelic clinic at www.soundmind.center