Noah Glantz, a senior at Trinity College, currently studies Psychology and Hispanic Studies and will be returning to Trinity next year to pursue his Master’s in Public Policy.
Noah became inspired by the work being done with psychedelics after reading Michael Pollan’s book How to Change Your Mind and subsequently watching several interviews of the patients who received treatment through the studies conducted by NYU and MAPS. As a psychology major, Noah initially hoped to become a psychedelic therapist. However, he has since shifted his focus to policy and advocacy work with the hope to eventually provide access to all who may benefit from the power of psychedelics.
At Trinity, Noah is a member of the college’s football team where he earned 1st Team All NESCAC Honors for the 2021 season and was named a National Strength and Conditioning Association All American. Noah is also involved in several organizations on campus, including Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, for which he serves as President, and Team Impact, serving as the campus fellow and ambassador.
Prior to his time at Calyx Law, Noah worked at the New York State Psychiatric Institute at Columbia University researching genetic predispositions for schizophrenia. Noah also spent time working with Hopscotch Behavioral Healthcare where he spearheaded their efforts through several IRB approved studies at national hospitals such as Columbia Hospital and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Noah comes to Calyx Law believing in the potential power of psychedelics to help alleviate the growing mental health crisis, and hopes to contribute to the growing field of psychedelics.
In his spare time, Noah enjoys weightlifting, going for hikes and playing ping pong.
Trinity College, B.A., Psychology and Hispanic Studies (Expected 2022)