Press Release

MindMed Joins Critical Path Institute’s Patient-Reported Outcome Consortium

Mind Medicine (MindMed) Inc. (NASDAQ: MNMD), (NEO: MMED), (DE: MMQ) (the “Company”), a leading biotech company developing psychedelic-inspired therapies, has joined the Critical Path Institute’s (“C-Path’s”) Patient-Reported Outcome (PRO) Consortium to assist in the development of new approaches to advance medical innovation and regulatory science.

C-Path ( ) has multiple active consortia and programs that leverage knowledge

sharing to spur innovation. MindMed will participate in C-Path’s PRO Consortium, contributing to its collaborative framework for qualification of clinical outcome assessments (COAs) for use as efficacy endpoint measures in clinical trials.

“We welcome the opportunity to contribute our expertise in real-world data collection. Working with this industry leading effort gives us an opportunity to shape best practices in clinical evaluation and digital measurement,” said MindMed’s Chief Medical Officer Daniel Karlin, MD MA. “Technological advancement is allowing us to predict individual disease trajectories and outcomes, and enables us to build models of specific patterns and clusters of patient experiences. This progress paves the way for a new phase of personalized precision medicine.”

Stephen Joel Coons, PhD, Senior Vice President of C-Path’s COA Program, stated, “We are delighted to have MindMed join the PRO consortium, which further highlights MindMed’s commitment to patient-focused drug development. MindMed is blazing new trails in the treatment of a number of conditions that significantly impair human function and well-being, and we welcome its contributions to collaboratively advance  our understanding of the science underpinning the measurement of clinical benefit.”

MindMed’s goal is to help create more personalization in the pharmaceutical field that can allow for more accurate drug selection and drug combinations, precise dosage, timing and frequency of administration, and adjacent therapeutic interventions including psychotherapies and digital therapeutics.

About MindMed

MindMed is a clinical-stage psychedelic medicine biotech company that seeks to discover, develop and deploy psychedelic-inspired medicines and therapies to address addiction and mental illness. The Company is assembling a compelling drug development pipeline of innovative treatments based on psychedelic substances including psilocybin, LSD, MDMA, DMT and an Ibogaine derivative, 18-MC. The MindMed executive team brings extensive biopharmaceutical experience to MindMed’s approach to developing the next generation of psychedelic-inspired medicines and therapies.

MindMed trades on the NASDAQ under the symbol MNMD and on the Canadian NEO Exchange under the symbol MMED. MindMed is also traded in Germany under the symbol MMQ.

Forward-Looking Statements

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