AJ Fabrizio graduated from the University of San Francisco with an undergraduate degree in chemistry with an emphasis in biochemistry. Upon completion of his undergrad degree Fabrizio continued a masters research degree focusing on electron transfer energetics within water and how hydrogen-bonding networks are modulated by solvation of simple solutes. This research lead to better fundamental understanding of the Nobel prize winning theory of electron transfer as well as how it relates to biological systems. Fabrizio’s research culminated in a career path in which Fabrizio specializes in extraction techniques such as supercritical CO2, alkane, chromatography, ethanol extraction, and distillation as well as the application of research to create targeted cannabinoid and terpene profiles that better fit the needs of each patient and their particular ailment. Fabrizio has acted as a biochemical research consultant as it pertains to cannabinoid and terpenoid-based therapeutic applications in California, Nevada, and most recently Florida (10 total successful licenses). In addition, Fabrizio is an expert in of legislation surrounding controlled substances such as the Controlled Substance Act. He works closely with lobbyists and legislators within states such as Florida to help shape legislation and ensure safe sustainable access for medical cannabis and its patients. Fabrizio also serves appointments to the board of Epilepsy Alliance Florida along with the Medical Marijuana Advisory Board in Broward County, Florida.