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Research Support Funding

Research Funding

Limited evidence, research regulations, and inconclusive research on medical marijuana leave a knowledge gap related to medical marijuana use outcomes. The Consortium supports medical marijuana research at Consortium member institutions through its annual grants program, now in its sixth cycle. The next request for proposals will be released on October 31st, 2024.

The Medical Marijuana and Me Study (M3)

Data Access Available: The Medical Marijuana and Me (M3) Study

The first of its kind in Florida, the Medical Marijuana & Me (M3) study includes a longitudinal cohort of medical marijuana initiators and a cross-sectional sample of current medical marijuana users with the aim of collecting patient-centered data.

Fact Sheets

Resources for Patients: Medical Marijuana Fact Sheets

Fact sheets contain information about medical marijuana based on scientific evidence. These fact sheets describe the effects of medical marijuana for conditions such as anxiety, Crohn’s disease, pain, epilepsy, and more.


Medical Marijuana Clinical Outcomes Research Data Repository (MEMORY)

MEMORY is a unique interlinked database which includes all registered medical marijuana users in Florida, allowing the investigation of medical marijuana related clinical outcomes and policy research.

Spotlighting Consortium Research

Spotlighting Consortium Research

Dr. Yan Wang, Consortium Assistant Director of Clinical Core, who leads a team of researchers from the UF Health Cancer Center and the University of Miami Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, was granted a 5-year $3.2 million U01 award from the National Cancer Institute to study the benefits and harms of medical marijuana in breast cancer patients.


The 2024 Cannabis Clinical Outcomes Research Conference

CCORC 2024 took place from May 30th to 31st gathering researchers, physicians, and medical marijuana industry leaders to share the latest research findings, advance medical marijuana research, and promote the understanding of medical marijuana use on health.

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About the Consortium

Established in June 2019, the Consortium for Medical Marijuana Clinical Outcomes conducts, shares, and supports research on the effects of medical marijuana on health conditions and symptoms.
Led by a leadership team at the University of Florida, the Consortium engages public and private universities across the state of Florida.

Resources for You

We facilitate and conduct research and support collaborations to learn as much as we can about medical marijuana use. Taking what we learn, we provide un-biased, evidence-base resources and programs to you.


Learn about current research findings, sign up for current and future research opportunities, and more.


Collaborate with researchers on medical marijuana studies, learn about current research findings, and more.


Apply to receive grant funding, connect with practitioners and industry collaborators on medical marijuana studies, and more.


Advance research through collaborations on studies across the state and support research recruitment.

News & Updates

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Medical Cannabis and Cannabinoids

As the official journal of the Consortium, the Consortium will collaborate with Medical Cannabis and Cannabinoids to publish the Consortium’s conference proceedings, guidelines and position statements.

Consortium researchers are invited to submit their original research manuscripts for consideration by the journal.

Data & Statistics

The Consortium evaluates evidence related to the use, effectiveness, and safety of medical marijuana for patients, providers, and other stakeholders.

Through evidence, we explore the data and statistics related to medical marijuana use on health conditions and symptoms in Florida.

Showcase 1

Dispensing Trends

View the trends of registered patients, authorized physicians, and dispensing.

Explore the trends.

Showcase 2

Provider Survey

Explore the responses of qualified medical marijuana physicians from the Consortium’s Provider Survey.

View the data.

Get Involved in Research

You can support research at the Consortium for Medical Marijuana Clinical Outcomes Research by participating in research as a participant, collaborating on research projects, supporting research progress, and more.

You will contribute to research that will help us learn more about medical marijuana and improve the usefulness and safety for people who are using or considering using medical marijuana.

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Stay in Touch

Receive MEDICAMENT: MEDICAl Marijuana rEsearch NewsleTter, the quarterly electronic newsletter.

Have Questions?

Ask our team questions or request more information about the Consortium.


Learn more about the Consortium’s annual conference.