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University of Cagliari, award-winning research on cannabis. The scholar: But the testing ban will stop our work
the ROME – There is a prestigious award for the University of bristol and a researcher. For the first time, “Gill Center's Transformative Research Award”, recognition was born in the search for the north american, is assigned to a european scholar: among the five winners of 2020, in fact, the figure of Miriam Melis, professor of Pharmacology at the Department of biomedical Sciences, University of Cagliari.

The award is presented each year by the Linda and Jack Gill Center of Biomolecular Science” to fund studies aimed at the understanding of biological processes in complex and for the training of young scientists through the use of technologies for biomolecular avant-garde, starting from the Neurosciences. Professor Melis has been identified for the contribution given to the research carried out in the field of the effects of Cannabis on the brain and for their applicability in the clinical setting. The republic has spoken : the use of cannabis can damage the fetus of a woman, by changing an area of the brain, like alcohol and hard drugs.

In September, the researcher at the University of Cagliarti will participate in the annual Symposium that will be held at the Gill Center in Bloomington, within the Indiana University. Miriam Melis, associate professor of the Department of biomedical Sciences, explained that this type of research is at risk: “A measure of the Italian State, in contrast with the european directives and with those applied to the researchers all over the world, prevent early the study of the effects of drugs of abuse, the so-called drug, on experimental animals. This choice, dictated by ideological and anti-scientific, will force our researchers to leave their country to do their jobs, with a further loss of brains and funding for our Country”.

Graduated in Palermo in 1993, after an experience at the Mario Negri Sud, Miriam Melis arrived at the University of Cagliari in 1994 for work on the effects of cannabis with professor Gian Luigi Gessa, emeritus of Pharmacology of the University of sardinian and gold Medal of merit of public Health assigned by the President of the Republic. The Melis has spent two years at the University of San Francisco (Ucsf) and rejoined in 2002 with a new method.

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