Cannabinoid Science and Medicine Interest Group
The primary goal of the Cannabinoid Science and Medicine Interest Group (CSMIG) is to highlight the unique areas of research related to cannabis and cannabinoid science. It aims to foster engagement and communication among a diverse community of researchers in basic, clinical, and regulatory sciences. The group will cover various topics such as recent publications, emerging trends, innovative technologies, and opportunities for collaboration. The central focus will be on sharing knowledge and exploring safer approaches to improve human health through the study of cannabinoid therapeutics. This trans-NIH Special Interest Group (SIG) serves as a platform for initiating constructive discussions and gathering feedback on research ideas and findings. It will provide mentoring opportunities for trainees, with the objective of establishing a network of scientists committed to advancing translational sciences in the field of cannabinoids. Discussions and meetings will be conducted through Zoom, hybrid or in-person research seminars. Seminar speakers will include both intramural and extramural scientists who will present their work. NIH employees, researchers, and professionals from other extramural organizations are encouraged to join the CSMIG interest group if they can contribute to the NIH mission and benefit from the discussions and activities of the CSMIG.
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Scientific Focus Areas
Social and Behavioral Sciences
This page was last updated on Tuesday, August 22, 2023