UMd-Baltimore’s MS program in medical cannabis has its first graduates

Next up at noon: “Majoring in Marihuana”. The medical and recreational cannabis industry is a multi-billion dollar business. The University of Maryland School of Pharmacy is the first institution in the country to offer a master’s degree in medical cannabis science and therapy to train people to work in this emerging field.

Alongside Tom, to speak about the innovative program, is Natalie D. Eddington, PhD, FCP, FAAPS, Dean and Professor at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy.

One of the new MS program graduates, Catrena Almonte, will also be there. She is already “pursuing her career in the emerging field of medical cannabis therapy”.

Dr. Natalie Eddington is the dean of the UMd School of Pharmacy; Catrena Almonte is one of the first to graduate from her Medical Cannabis Science and Therapeutics Masters Program (UMSOP; Catrena Almonte)

Both guests have joined us on Zoom.

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