Research Archive

As a research institution, FAMU offers a vast platform and a cadre of researchers to study and understand the science and the impact of medical marijuana from diverse perspectives.

Our Grantees

& Evidence-Based Studies

Behnam Shadravan, Ph.D.

Study:
An Investigation on Marijuana Consumption in the Construction Industry in Florida


Andrew Chin

Study:
Medical Marijuana Dispensary Locations and Neighborhood Crime

John Luque, Ph.D., MPH

Study:
Mixed Methods Study of Medical Marijuana Use Among Minority Patients

Askal Ali, Ph.D.

Study:
Knowledge and Perception of Pediatric Patient Caregivers on Medical Marijuana

Arie Christon

Study:
An Analysis of the Marijuana Wellness Intervention on Community, Coping, Substance-Awareness, Self-Efficacy, and Self-Regulation Enhancement via Education (Marijuana WICSE) Project

Novell Tani, Ph.D.

Study:
An Analysis of the Marijuana Wellness Intervention on Community, Coping, Substance-Awareness, Self-Efficacy, and Self-Regulation Enhancement via Education (Marijuana WICSE) Project

Huijin Li, Ph.D.

Study:
Marijuana, Mental Health, and FAMU

Marisa Lewis, Pharm.D., MPH

Study:
Assessing the Knowledge and Perceptions of Community Members Specific to the Compassionate Use of Marijuana

Lon'Tejuana Cooper, Ph.D.

Study:
Assessing the Knowledge and Perceptions of Community Members Specific to the Compassionate Use of Marijuana

Gwendolyn Singleton, Ph.D.

Study:
To What Extent Do Mental Health and Psychosocial Factors Predict Risk for Misuse and Neuropsychological Impairment in African American Marijuana Users?

MMERI Repository

Print Collateral | Video | Audio | Photographs

The Medical Marijuana Education and Research Initiative (MMERI) Repository provides access to digital assets (print collateral, video, audio, photographs, etc.) from education outreach and statewide engagements conducted by the MMERI team. The MMERI Repository promotes and preserves useful information for university faculty and the MMERI team, as well as for the general public. Information gathered from various outreach efforts will continue to shape MMERI's programming and inform legislative policy related to marijuana use.

Repository

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Digital Resource Center

Research | Scholarship

The FAMU Digital Resource Center (FDRC) is an open access institutional repository of digitized resources related to the University's history, research and scholarship. The repository contains digitized publications such as, the Rattler yearbook and the FAMUAN, research and scholarly output such as the Research Bulletin, historical photographs, and other works produced by the Florida A&M University community.

The FDRC promotes scholarly communication, preserves resources for future generations, and showcases the cultural and scholarly pursuits of Florida A&M University.