Providing Resources from Research
The Consortium for Medical Marijuana Clinical Outcomes Research facilitates and conducts research and supports research collaborations to understand the effects medical marijuana use on health conditions and symptoms.
Limited evidence, research regulations, and few research studies on medical marijuana leave us with unknowns related to medical marijuana use. We are working to change that.
Through our research and collaborations, we aim to learn as much as we can and then share what we learn to you as un-biased, evidence-based resources and programs.
As a patient, you can learn about current research findings from our Fact Sheets, sign up for research opportunities via the MMJ Contact Registry, and more.
As a practitioner, you can collaborate with researchers on medical marijuana studies through the CARMMA Database, learn about current research findings from our Evidence in Context, and more.
As a research, you can apply to the Consortium’s annual Grants Program, connect with practitioners and industry collaborators on medical marijuana studies through the CARMMA Database, and more.
As an industry collaborator, you can advance research through the CARMMA Database and support research recruitment through collaborative activities with our Consortium team.