Healthy adults age 21–55 are needed to take part in a Johns Hopkins research study. The study will require nine total visits to the lab, located at the Bayview Medical Center. Participants will first complete an in-person screening session (occurs over two days) to determine study eligibility.
Participants who are eligible and agree to be in the study will complete seven drug administration sessions, each lasting about 10 hours. In these sessions, participants will eat a brownie that contains cannabis and consume alcohol and then complete various tests to measure different aspects of performance. Participants who complete the study can earn up to $2,660.
Call 410-550-0050 for details. You can also click on the study's webpage to see if you may be eligible.
Principal Investigator: Tory Spindle, PhD