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The Neural Correlates of Cannabis Use

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The Neural Correlates of Cannabis Use

The purpose of this research study is to determine the temporal course of recovery of CB1R availability and neural oscillations, in cannabis-dependent individuals at baseline, following 48 hour confirmed inpatient abstinence and after four weeks confirmed abstinence. This research will also examine associations between CB1R availability, neural oscillations and cognitive function.

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[11-C]OMAR

The radiotracer, [11-C]OMAR will be administered at no more than 10 micrograms at the beginning of each PET scan.

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The Neural Correlates of Cannabis Use

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NCT03104257

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