CANNABIS center of excellence, inc
RESEARCH and program areas
- Citizen Science and Population-Based Cannabis Research Studies
- Social and Restorative Justice in Cannabis
- Medical Cannabis Use, Barriers, and Facilitators Research
- COVID-19 and Medical and Adult Use Cannabis
- Veterans Health and Medical Cannabis
- Adult-Use Cannabis
- Sustainability in Cannabis
- Digital Health Interventions and Programs
current and ongoing research studies
COVID-19 and Cannabis Study
This is an anonymous research study led together with UMass Dartmouth and the CCOE, INC. The study aims to collect key information about how COVID-19 is impacting medical and adult use cannabis consumers.
The data collected through this study will be used to inform:
Consumers, patients, healthcare providers, researchers, and policy makers about the impact.
Please reach out if you are interested in:
The COVID-19 and Cannabis Study is approved by the UMass Dartmouth Institutional Review Board.
2019 Veterans health and Medical cannabis study
In 2019, a Veterans Health and Medical Cannabis Study was conducted by UMass Dartmouth, C3RN, Stephen Mandile, and JVCO. The study had 565 national veterans respond to how medical and adult use cannabis impacts their lives.
STATEMENT OF INDEPENDENCE
We Believe in Open Access, Independence, and Transparency in Cannabis Research
- We retain sole discretion over the decision to publish findings, regardless of the opinions of our sponsors.
- We withhold the right to assess and determine when research findings are ready for public dissemination, under peer-review process.
- We aim for a diverse pool of funders.
- We disclose who funds the CCOEs work.
- We strive to democratize access to data and information that drives change in access & social justice in cannabis.
The Virtual Cannabis Center of Excellence, INC
is a 501c3 non-profit established by the Cannabis Community Care and Research Network (C3RN) in 2019 as its public benefit to the world, as a registered public benefit corporation. C3RN closed business in June 2020 and donated its past on ongoing research and educational materials to the virtual CCOE.