Professor Musah receives NIJ grant for the development of a psychoactive plants database


Professor Musah is a recipient of a 2015 National Institute of Justice Grant "Development of Ambient Ionization Mass Spectrometric and Multivariate Statistical Analysis Methods for Rapid High-Throughput Analysis and Identification of Psychotropic Plant Species" for $688,158.  This grant will fund forensic investigation of mind-altering plants and methods to identify psychoactive botanical materials.  This is the second NIJ grant that Professor Musah has received.  

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