Congrats Miriam!

Updated: Nov 21, 2021

Big congratulations to our Graduate Research Assistant II, Miriam Barth, on being promoted to Research Associate! This promotion reflects Miriam's dedication to ongoing projects in the lab and the team at large, her intellectual power, and ability to self-teach at every level of the scientific process.


In her new senior role, Miriam will be advising Level 1 and 2 Research Assistants on her doctoral thesis regarding cannabis-assisted psychotherapy (CAP), starting January of 2022. Her projects will entail scoping reviews, case studies, and theoretical models. Ultimately, Miriam hopes to pave the way for CAP as a scientist-practitioner, developing evidence-based protocols and best practices in the field.

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