DRUIDapp, Inc. employs neuroscience to educate users about their own level of cognitive and motor impairment and to provide a means to assess the impairment of others in safety-related positions.

Our Story


Founder Michael Milburn, Professor of Psychology at the University of Massachusetts/Boston for almost 40 years, developed the DRUID app when he realized that there was no current test for cannabis impairment.  He believed he could devise a quick, inexpensive test that would save lives by enabling people to make safer decisions.


App launched. Wired Magazine article published. 10,000+ downloads .


1.7MM SBLI grant received from the National Institute of Health to undertake research in conjunction with Johns Hopkins Medical School


Launched the DRUID Enterprise App

Our Management Team

Dr. Michael Milburn, PhD
Founder, CSO

40 years Professor of Psychology, expertise in Research Methods, Measurement and Statistics at University of Massachusetts, Boston.

Robert Schiller

40 years of leadership positions in high-tech startup companies. Brought two companies to IPO.

John Hayes

30 years of experience building hi-tech startup companies. Prior System Architect at Thinking Machines Corporation among many other companies.

Laura Strassman

30 years technology Product Management & Marketing.  Delivering new products into new markets.

Dr. William DeJong
Director of Research and Evaluation

30 years Professor of Public Health, Harvard and Boston University; Past member MADD Board of Directors

Dr. Murray M. Dalziel, PhD
Chair, Board of Directors

Dean, Merrick School of Business, Univ of Baltimore.

Our Board of Advisors

Mike Levin

Michael R. Levin is a seasoned finance executive who has worked in start-ups, establshed corporations, and management consulting. He earned a BA and MA in economics from the University of Chicago.

Tim Stephens

Tim is serial entrepreneur working in the forefront of technology supporting public health.  He has developed coalitions protecting first responders’ health and published widely on preparedness and the history of public health.