As a woman in her forties, Pamela Hadfield had a hunch that psychedelics might offer new healthcare solutions for under-addressed health challenges women face.
Women have been overlooked, and some might say gaslighted, within modern healthcare.
Is there a better way to develop winning drugs in 2021? Yes.
There’s a new age dawning in the mental health industry, says Pamela Hadfield, cofounder of Eastra Health, the world’s first biotech company with psychedelics and women’s wellness at its core.
The pharma response to the pandemic delivered tremendous healthcare outcomes, but it has also spawned new and advanced ways to develop medicines quickly and potentially less expensively.
Women are caught in a medical ‘no (wo)mans land’ where insufficient remedies meet siloed specialties and practice area dynamics.
Learn about the origins of Eastra Health, as Pamela reflects on this dream team.
Our CEO Jeremy Weate reflects on his path to Eastra, and his hopes going forward.