Tod H. Mikuriya, M.D.

Editor of Cannabis: Collected Clinical Papers
Volume One: Marijuana: Medical Papers, 1839-1972

Tod H. Mikuriya, M.D., is a graduate of Reed College, Portland, Oregon, and Temple University Medical School, Philadelphia. He served a rotating internship at Southern Pacific General Hospital, San Francisco. He specialized in psychiatry at the Oregon State Hospital in Salem and completed his training at Mendocino State Hospital. His status is "eligible" by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He is certified in biofeedback by the American Association of Biofeedback Clinicians.

In private medical psychiatric consultative practice in Berkeley and the East Bay, he was an attending psychiatrist at Gladman Hospital from 1970 until 1991.

Dr. Mikuriya is the editor and author of numerous papers on therapeutic cannabis and drug control policy. The most recent: "Medicinal Uses of Cannabis at a Buyers' Club: A Pilot Study," 12/94, Internet 2/96. He is the editor and publisher of Indian Hemp Drugs Report Centennial Volume I: Policy, Social and Religious Customs (Last Gasp Press, San Francisco, 1994). Mikuriya is a coauthor of Marijuana Medical Handbook: A Guide to Therapeutic Use, Ed Rosenthal, Tod Mikuriya, M.D., and Dale Gieringer (Quick American Archives, Oakland, 1997).

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