Executive Director at Veterans For Medical Cannabis Access, Head of the Working Group on the Preparation of the WHO report, USA
Kenzi Riboulet Zemouli
Head of Research at faaat.net, France
Head of the international organization cannarer.ch, Switzerland.
the former Head of the Czech drug control, the author of the Czech law on medical cannabis, currently running for the European Parliament. Former Deputy Director of the INCB (International Narcotics Control Board).
Israel, Doctor, specialist in general and forensic psychiatry, psychopharmacology and neuropsychiatry. Coordinator of the Israeli National Forum / Medical Cannabis Research Association. Member of the Board of Directors of the International Association of Cannabinoid Medicine (IACM).
Lumír Ondřej Hanuš
Czech analytical chemist and a heavyweight in cannabis research. In 1992, along with William Anthony Devane he identified and first described the structure of anandamide, an endogenous cannabinoid neurotransmitter.
one of the first patients in Germany who achieved the right to use medical cannabis as an anesthetic under the supervision of his doctor.
Emanuel Kotsiun devoted himself to educational activities on the influence of cannabis and lobbied re-normalization of a plant. In 2000, he founded the largest German magazine "Hanf Journal", also he is a CEO of the company "Agentur Sowjet GmbH". With more than 1 million fans, followers and readers on multiple channels, Agentur Sowjet is one of the leading marketing companies on the European hemp market. Network of his companies and affiliates extends from the Canary Islands to Ukraine, and in addition to the German Hanf Journal, it includes publications in Polish (Spliff), Czech Republik (Konoptikum), French (RBH23) and Ukrainian (Konopliana Pravda).
Mykola Perch, MD
Professor of Philosophy, USA. At the invitation of the United States Navy and the University of Washington (WSU), he participated in practical scientific work on Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) at the ROLE 3 NATO Forces, Kandahar, Afghanistan. For two years in Afghanistan, he assisted in the treatment of more than 1,700 traumatic injuries of varying severity, and co-authored the research on the impact of medical cannabis on emotional disorders, including PTSD.