Giving to Advance Research Findings
Marijuana has shown promise in the treatment of certain debilitating conditions, resulting in the legalization of medical use in multiple states.
But the uptake of medical marijuana use has increased more rapidly than the capabilities of scientific research activities.
Help us advance cutting-edge research to ensure the proper use and to understand the risk-benefit of medical marijuana use in relation to public health.
Giving to medical marijuana research supports conducting and disseminating of research.
Explore the Ways to Give
You can contribute to medical marijuana research in several ways.
Named Research Grant Award
Fund a specific competitive peer-reviewed award with focus on a defined research question/research priority area (consistent with the consortium mission).
Support the annual Cannabis Clinical Outcomes Research Conference (CCORC).
With a focus on learning and sharing latest research findings, the Cannabis Clinical Outcomes Research Conference aims to provide a forum for researchers, clinicians, policy makers, and other community stakeholders to discuss and advance our understanding of the health effects of medical marijuana.
Sponsor award funding to recognize the best paper published by consortium members annually.
Grants for Trainees
Fund annual competitive grants program for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.
Medical Marijuana & Me
Supports a statewide study to characterize experiences and clinical outcomes of medical marijuana patients.
Support the mission and foster the Consortium’s research by making an unrestricted gift to allow for flexibility in funding the greatest needs.
Your Giving at Work
Making a gift to medical marijuana research can support the Consortium’s efforts in conducting and disseminating research in a variety of ways.
Provide resources to build and support the annual research program aimed at learning more about medical marijuana.
Support patient recruitment to advance research findings through the Medical Marijuana (MMJ) Registry.
Support collaboration through the Connect and Advance Research for Medical Marijuana Analysis (CARMMA) Database.
Data & Statistics
Expand infrastructure for a data repository and generating data and statistics to evaluate safety and effectiveness.
Evidence in Context
Support the Evidence in Context series to increase knowledge of medical marijuana use.
Patient Fact Sheets
Provide funding to create patient fact sheets to support educational resources and materials.
Support the annual research conference, Cannabis Clinical Outcomes Research Conference (CCORC).
Contribute to the news and outreach of the Consortium through the quarterly newsletter.
Make a Gift to Research
Support the Consortium’s research activities to accelerate research activities and to advance our understanding of the clinical outcomes of medical marijuana use.