In our quest to make science more accessible (and fun) to broader audiences, our team created Break It Down For Me! A series that challenges investigators to break down the title of their (complex and, oftentimes, nearly impossible for the layperson to understand) study in simple and relatable terms.

This series was created with one main goal: to make science accessible to as many people as possible (and have a little bit of fun along the way).

Our third challenger in the series is Jodi Gilman, PhD, from the Center of Addiction Medicine. She broke down the title of her paper titled Identification of ∆9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) impairment using functional brain imaging.