Ms Chandni Hindocha

PhD Student


Chandni Hindocha is a 2nd year PhD student researching the interaction between cannabis and tobacco on cognition, dependence and psychotic like effects. She is funded by the Medical Research Council under a four-year PhD in Mental Health. Her interests include a) The individual and combined effects of cannabis and nicotine on subjective and physiological responses, reinforcement and cognition in cannabis and tobacco users; b) The acute and chronic effects of cannabinoids on emotional processing; c) The effects of acute THC and CBD on memory, psychotic-like symptoms, reflective impassivity and enjoyment of music and d) Novel treatments for cannabis dependence.