IASIC 2021 Annual Report

The International Academy on the Science and Impact of Cannabis (IASIC) is a group led by doctors educating on marijuana. We counter the pervasive misconception of the safety of marijuana with international experts who provide science, data, and clinical expertise. This non-partisan and non-political group is developed, organized, and guided by doctors. We hope science guides policies that protect the public and create informed decision-makers. This report is written by the Board of Directors, who include:

  • Eric Voth, MD, President
  • Ken Finn, MD, Vice President
  • Roneet Lev, MD, Vice President
  • Catherine Antley, MD, Treasurer
  • Libby Stuyt, MD, Secretary

This report reflects on our advancements in administration, media engagements and productions, education, research, medical advocacy, and collaboration. To see how we stayed busy educating and advocating for policies guided by science that protect the public, click here.

For more information on the International Academy on the Science and Impact of Cannabis, please visit www.IASIC1.org.

Visit the IASIC Library here. The IASIC Library is intended as a user-friendly reference of the published medical literature

www.IASIC1.org

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