Congratulations to Sam Baglot and Laura Best have recently been awarded the CCIC Neuroscience Fellowship in Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research via the Brain Canada Rising Stars Trainee Awardprogram. The CCIC is committed to supporting evidence-based research and...
Trainee Spotlight #BlackLivesMatter
Dear Fellow CCIC Trainees and Faculty, As previously stated, the CCIC organization stands with Black communities against racial injustice and firmly believes that #BlackLivesMatter , within Canada, the United States, and abroad. With this in mind,...
CCIC Stands With Black Communities and Firmly Believes #BlackLivesMatter
The CCIC organization stands with Black communities against racial injustice and firmly believes that #BlackLivesMatter , within Canada, the United States, and abroad. The CCIC is an organization focused on the study of cannabis and cannabinoids, and therefore, it is...
Welcome to CCIC 2.0! A lot has changed in the last year on the cannabis landscape in Canada, and here at the CCIC we have also undergone some significant changes. At the conclusion of the 5th Annual CCIC Congress in April 2018, the long standing Executive Director of the CCIC, Dr. Mark Ware, announced that he was stepping down from his role and that I was coming in as new ED.
Introducing the 2019 CCIC Trainee Spotlight Award Winners!
This year the CCIC held its first Trainee Spotlight Award competition. Six winners were selected by a panel of reviewers from among a pool of over 30 applications to give platform presentations of their exciting new research at this year’s Cannabinoids in Clinical Practice meeting (Toronto, March 21 and 22). The selected awardees are also provided with $1,000 and waived registration fees to offset the cost of travel to the meeting.