Grad student ignites entrepreneurial passion in marijuana research


Jeffrey Chen took a leave of absence from his dual studies in management and medicine to create a nonprofit organization, the National Institute of Cannabinoid Research. (Alejandra Reyes-Velarde/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Jeffrey Chen took a leave of absence from his dual studies in management and medicine to create a nonprofit organization, the National Institute of Cannabinoid Research. (Alejandra Reyes-Velarde/Daily Bruin senior staff)

After attending medical school at UCLA for three years, Chen received a full scholarship to attend the Anderson School of Management. In September, Chen decided to take a leave of absence from his dual studies to found a nonprofit organization, the National Institute of Cannabinoid Research.

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