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angle-left So much to discover: Research in the era of legal cannabis

Carolyn Baglole, a researcher at the Research Institute of the MUHC, is the director of the new McGill Research Centre for Cannabis (photo by Owen Egan)

Interview with Carolyn Baglole, director of the new McGill Research Centre for Cannabis

by Sylvain Comeau, September 2019

Source: McGill News. Approximately a year after the legalization of marijuana in Canada last fall, the new McGill Research Centre for Cannabis is poised to examine the role that legal cannabis will be playing in our society on many fronts. The transdisciplinary centre, a partnership between six McGill faculties (Medicine, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Law, Science, Education, and Management) and the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC), has already initiated a number of research projects in fundamental and applied science.

In a recent interview with the McGill News, MRCC director Carolyn Baglole, PhD, a member of the Translational Research in Respiratory Diseases Program at the RI-MUHC and associate professor of medicine at McGill University, discussed the ambition and scope of the centre.

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