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Dr. Paul G. Mahlberg

NAIHC Board Member

Contact
Address:
Indiana University
Department of Biology
7694 West Kangaroo Lake Rd
Baileys Harbor, WI 54202
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Telephone: 920-839-2536
Mobile Phone Number: Dr. Mahlberg’s Cannabis Research Papers:
http://naihc.org/industrial-hemp-research-index/294--dr-mahlbergs-cannabis-research

Information: Dr. Mahlberg is Professor Emeritus of Biology (plant biology) and Senior Fellow of the Institute of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Indiana University. Dr. Mahlberg’s Cannabis Research Papers are listed, with links, in the web address above. Received Ph.D. in Botany at the University of California, Berkeley and MS and BS degrees in Botany at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Has studied Cannabis, for over 30 years and has published over 30 articles on Cannabis. Wrote Laboratory Program in Plant Anatomy, and published two educational films. Wrote the book (with art work by his wife) Wildflowers of Door County--Wisconsin's Unique Floral Preserve. He served as a consulting editor to Academic Press in the preparation of ten monographs. He collaborated with Dr. Ivan Bocsa, Kompolt, Hungary (internationally known hemp breeder), in a three-year USDA-sponsored research study on hemp, and with Dr. Eun Soo Kim, Seoul, Korea, on organization and composition of glandular trichomes in Cannabis and related plants. Served as a consultant to United Nations Industrial Organization, Vienna, on industrial processing of raw opiates, to the University of Mississippi, School of Pharmacy in its Cannabis program, and to private companies in studies on secondary products of plants. Former member of the board of directors of the Door County (Wisconsin) Land Trust which is dedicated to preservation of ecologically important land.