Myiesha Taylor, MD

Medical Cannabis Physician & Board Certified Emergency Medicine located in Austin, TX, San Antonio, TX, Houston, TX, and Arlington, TX

About Dr. Taylor

Dr. Myiesha Taylor is a board-certified emergency medicine physician and Medical Advisor for Cannformatics.  

She graduated from Xavier University of Louisiana summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry, and subsequently attended the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine obtaining her medical degree (MD).

In an effort to mentor and support women physicians of color globally, she founded Artemis Medical Society.  For her work with Artemis, Dr. Taylor has been featured in NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt’s Inspiring America segment, selected as a 2014 Dallas Women’s Foundation Young Leader Award honoree, featured in three Disney Junior Get Inspired Black History Month interstitials and serves as a Women’s Media Center She Source expert. 

Furthermore, Dr. Taylor has also been honored as a Dallas Business Journal’s 40 Under 40, D Magazine Moms Who Inspire, HBCU Digest’s Most Powerful People, and she is a past Fort Worth Business Press Great Women of Texas Honoree.

The ASA’s CCC program is the gold standard for medical marijuana education and in other states, it is required that their physicians be certified before being able to recommend medical marijuana. At Texas Cannabis Clinic, every clinician is certified with the ASA’s CCC to help patients and their caregivers, and medical professionals better understand the endocannabinoid system and cannabis therapeutics.

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Dr. Myiesha Taylor is a board-certified emergency medicine physician and Medical Advisor for Cannformatics.  

She graduated from Xavier University of Louisiana summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry, and subsequently attended the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine obtaining her medical degree (MD).

In an effort to mentor and support women physicians of color globally, she founded Artemis Medical Society.  For her work with Artemis, Dr. Taylor has been featured in NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt’s Inspiring America segment, selected as a 2014 Dallas Women’s Foundation Young Leader Award honoree, featured in three Disney Junior Get Inspired Black History Month interstitials and serves as a Women’s Media Center She Source expert. 

Furthermore, Dr. Taylor has also been honored as a Dallas Business Journal’s 40 Under 40, D Magazine Moms Who Inspire, HBCU Digest’s Most Powerful People, and she is a past Fort Worth Business Press Great Women of Texas Honoree.

The ASA’s CCC program is the gold standard for medical marijuana education and in other states, it is required that their physicians be certified before being able to recommend medical marijuana. At Texas Cannabis Clinic, every clinician is certified with the ASA’s CCC to help patients and their caregivers, and medical professionals better understand the endocannabinoid system and cannabis therapeutics.


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Dr. Myiesha Taylor is a board-certified emergency medicine physician and Medical Advisor for Cannformatics.  

She graduated from Xavier University of Louisiana summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry, and subsequently attended the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine obtaining her medical degree (MD).

In an effort to mentor and support women physicians of color globally, she founded Artemis Medical Society.  For her work with Artemis, Dr. Taylor has been featured in NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt’s Inspiring America segment, selected as a 2014 Dallas Women’s Foundation Young Leader Award honoree, featured in three Disney Junior Get Inspired Black History Month interstitials and serves as a Women’s Media Center She Source expert. 

Furthermore, Dr. Taylor has also been honored as a Dallas Business Journal’s 40 Under 40, D Magazine Moms Who Inspire, HBCU Digest’s Most Powerful People, and she is a past Fort Worth Business Press Great Women of Texas Honoree.

The ASA’s CCC program is the gold standard for medical marijuana education and in other states, it is required that their physicians be certified before being able to recommend medical marijuana. At Texas Cannabis Clinic, every clinician is certified with the ASA’s CCC to help patients and their caregivers, and medical professionals better understand the endocannabinoid system and cannabis therapeutics.


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