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Webinar | Cannabis Science Certificate – Enhance your Herbal Career
March 9, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm ESTFree
Join us for an informative webinar on our Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Cannabis Science: Therapeutics, Product Design, and Quality Assurance.
The Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Cannabis Science: Therapeutics, Product Design, and Quality Assurance is one of the few graduate programs in the U.S. to focus on cannabis and to support this rapidly growing industry. The program educates students about cannabis-based products with an emphasis on health effects, safety, formulation, and quality assurance. The program addresses CBD-dominant hemp-based dietary supplements and wellness products, as well as THC-dominant medical and recreational marijuana. The program is 15 credits, can be completed in 1 year, and is delivered fully online.
This webinar will provide a framework that gives insight into the science of cannabis, and how this program can support the student in advancing in their prospective career.
Taught by award winning faculty member, Michael Tims, Ph.D.
Dr. Bhodi (Michael) Tims is Program Director of the Herbal Product Design and Cannabis Programs at Maryland University of Integrative Health. He has worked with herbal medicine as clinical herbalist, teacher, and researcher; collaborated with the FDA on herbal toxicity assessments; formulated products worldwide. His doctorate is in the chemical ecology of medicinal plants, and he completed an NIH/NIST postdoctoral research fellowship. His research interest explores how humans build resilience using adaptogens, trophorestoratives and endocannabinoid system effectors.
Dr. Tims’ poetry manuscript, The Acoustic Property of Ancient People, was published by Finishing Line Press. He maintains an herbal research blog, https://www.bhoditims.com.
About MUIH: MUIH’s one of a kind herbal medicine programs recognize and respect the power of nature and herbs in promoting health and wellness, by integrating cultural traditions and contemporary science and research. Graduates support the growing consumer use of herbal medicine in community health and wellness, clinical, research, manufacturing, and retail settings.