Welcome

Upcoming Events

Craft Weed: Family Farming and the Future of the Marijuana Industry

Author, Ryan Stoa

April 17, 6 pm, BSS 166, HSU Campus

Craft Weed

Why Cannabis for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)?

Dr. Sue Sisley, Scottsdale Research Institute

May 9 (NEW DATE), 5-7 pm, Goodwin Forum, HSU Campus

Discussion of barriers to conducting US Cannabis EFFICACY research, and why there's not more published real-world data on Cannabis as medicine. Presentation will also cover recently completed FDA-approved randomized controlled trial examining safety and efficacy of Cannabis for PTSD in military veterans.

Co-sponsored with HSU Veteran’s Enrollment and Transition Services

 

New Research

Silvaggio, Tony. Where there's smoke: The environmental science, public policy, and politics of marijuana, forthcoming 2018.

Meisel, Joshua. Hidden in Plain Sight: Cannabis Cultivation in the Emerald Triangle, 2017.

Eschker et al. Standardized Regulatory Impact Assessment for proposed regulations on medical cannabis manufacturers, 2016-17.

Eschker, Erick. "Medical Marijuana Dispensary Survival and Delivery, California 2015-16" 

Eschker, Erick. "Active Medical Marijuana Dispensaries in California, 2015" 

Krissman, Fred. "America's Largest Cannabis Labor Market" 2016

Butler, Edie. "Bibliography for Marijuana in North West California" and "Timeline of Marijuana Events in North West California" 2015

Gabriel MW, Woods LW, Wengert GM, Stephenson N, Higley JM, Thompson C, et al. "Patterns of Natural and Human-Caused Mortality Factors of a Rare Forest Carnivore, the Fisher (Pekania pennanti) in Californiaa" 2015

Eschker, Erick, Joshua Meisel and Jeff Grabinski. "College Students Working in the Marijuana Industry" 2014

Journal

We have released the special edition on Current Perspectives on Marijuana and Society in the Humboldt Journal of Social Relations, co-edited by Professors Ronnie Swartz and Beth Wilson.

Mission

Formed in 2012, HIIMR seeks to improve the economic, social, physical, and environmental health of individuals and communities through the interdisciplinary scientific study of marijuana. Members of HIIMR will: Design, conduct, analyze, and disseminate research, Provide applied expertise to policy makers, researchers, health professionals, businesses, and the media, and Archive and provide access to source materials (raw data, media)

Contact Us

Co-Directors

Dr. Dominic Corva. phone: 206.228.0509 • email: dominic.corva@humboldt.edu

Dr. Josh Meisel, Professor of Sociology. phone: 707.826.4446 • email: meisel@humboldt.edu