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Dr Darron T. Smith

Dr Darron T. Smith

Faculty Member - Department of Sociology - University of Memphis; Member - Chacruna’s Racial Equity and Access Committee; Editorial Advisory Board Member - The Mormon Studies Review

Psychedelic Researcher
University of Memphis - Sociology

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Darron T. Smith is a faculty member in the Department of Sociology at the University of Memphis. His areas of research and scholarship examine US-based systems of racial oppression and systemic inequality found in all domains across society including healthcare, the family (transracial adoption), healthcare disparities, religion, sport, culture, and politics. Dr. Smith’s current research and practice intertwine the study of applied neuroscience, race-based trauma, and mental illness by looking at the impact of EEG biofeedback versus MDMA-assisted psychotherapy on brainwave activity in individuals with racial trauma (PTSD) using EEG technology. He is featured in the CBS Sports Documentary, "The Black 14: Wyoming Football 1969,” as well as the Loki Mulholland film on transracial adoption, “Black, White & Us: Love is Not Enough.” He is the author of When Race, Religion & Sports Collide: Black Athletes at BYU and Beyond. Press. Dr. Smith is a member of Chacruna’s Racial Equity and Access Committee and is an Editorial Advisory Board Member with The Mormon Studies Review.

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