Participate! Clinical Study Of Driving Under The Influence Of Cannabis

The Center of Medicinal Cannabis Research is conducting a study on the effects of cannabis on driving impairment. The study will aid highway patrol in setting standards for cannabis drivers.

If you’re interested in participating in this paid clinical study- click here to apply!

The first part of the study is a questionnaire and involves participants getting familiar with the driving simulator and cognitive tests that will be administered on an iPad. The compensation for part 1 of the study is $50.

The second and last part of the study involves participants smoking a joint, submitting a blood sample and saliva sample, and also using the iPad driving simulation and cognitive tests. This part of the study is compensated by another $180 and includes a free lunch as well.

The clinical study will be conducted at the University of California, San Diego. This study is authorized by California Legislature.

Read more about the clinical study.