The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) is seeking members for its Cannabinoid Science Work Group (CSWG).

The group of experts will meet at least every other month, and will provide regular feedback about issues related to cannabinoids in the state, according to the Mercer Island Reporter.

The CSWG’s ultimate goal is to build a fundamental understanding of the cannabis plant and the synthetic equivalents of its naturally occurring cannabinoids, the news outlet reported.

Kathy Hoffman, the WSLCB’s policy and rules manager, will co-chair the CSWG with one other member of the group, which will include the following, according to the Mercer Island Reporter:

An expert in pharmacologyAn expert in toxicologyAn expert with regulatory affairs experience in nutraceutical, pharmaceuticals or dietary supplementsAn expert in organic chemistryAn expert in cannabis research and;An expert in cannabis product testing

Those interested in applying to the CSWG should email Hoffman at Applications will close Oct. 24, according to the Mercer Island Reporter, and applicants chosen to serve on the work group will be notified via email in mid-November.