By Casey Noon
The 2019 Medical Cannabis Symposium will explore current evidence-based science as it relates to medical cannabis and implications for clinical research, regulation, and medical practice. Physicians, scientists, pharmacists, nurses, and industry professionals are invited to attend and participate.
Experts from Rutgers University, Temple University, Harvard Medical School, University of Washington, and Columbia University will discuss the physiology of the endogenous cannabinoid system, differentiating recreational and medical cannabis use from a cognitive and clinical perspective, the impact of cannabis use as it relates to mental health, local research opportunities and challenges, the public health impact of cannabis legalization, and more.
“Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School is proud to co-host the 2019 Medical Cannabis Symposium,” said Thomas J. Kirn Jr., MD, PhD, who is an associate professor of pathology and laboratory medicine at Rutgers. “Sharing data, defining knowledge gaps, and connecting research with clinical practice is one of the ways we promote high-value healthcare throughout New Jersey.”
This one-day seminar is a great opportunity to learn about the latest data on cannabinoid medicine, network with other healthcare professionals, and earn continuing education credits. Stay up-to-date with the medical cannabis boom, register today!