Erynn Christensen completed her Bachelor of Psychology (with Honours) in 2017 at Monash University. During her undergraduate degree she worked as a Research Assistant in a number of labs crossing disciplines such as sleep, neurodegenerative disease and addiction.
Erynn has been employed as a Research Assistant at BMH since 2018. She is involved in co-ordinating a project to investigate the harmful vs. protective role of key constitutes of marijuana (THC and CBD), with the aim to determine whether CBD is protective against marijuana-related brain and psychosocial harms. Erynn is also responsible for project protocols, ethics submissions, recruitment, data collection and analysis.