How to Participate in Medical Marijuana Research
As Florida’s fastest growing network of marijuana doctors, CannaMD is committed to advancing the research and study of medical cannabis. In addition to serving as a recruitment site for multiple University of Florida studies – ranging from PTSD to pain – CannaMD is also proud to participate in the Consortium for Medical Marijuana Clinical Outcomes Research Registry Planning Group.
In exciting news, the Consortium has created a Medical Marijuana (MMJ) Contact Registry that will allow individuals to indicate if they’d like to participate in medical marijuana research!
Join the MMJ Contact Registry!
The MMJ Contact Registry is a database of people who are interested in being contacted to participate in medical marijuana studies.
This registry was created by the Consortium for Medical Marijuana Clinical Outcomes Research, which is an organization based out of the University of Florida that researches health outcomes related to the use of medical marijuana.
By joining, you will contribute to research that will help the consortium learn more about medical marijuana and improve the usefulness and safety for people who are using or considering using medical marijuana, just like yourself.
To learn more and sign up, visit the MMJ Outcomes website. Participants are also welcome to scan the QR code, below:
Questions? Call (352) 356-8375 or email j.jeanjacques [at] ufl.edu.
Looking for Medical Marijuana Research?
Wondering where you can find medical marijuana research while you wait to participate in a study? CannaMD‘s got you covered! Click the links below to browse condition-specific studies:
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Crohn’s disease
- Multiple sclerosis
- Parkinson’s disease
Just looking for the basics? Download our FREE Medical Marijuana: Basics e-book!
Need your medical marijuana card?
That’s what we’re here for! CannaMD‘s state-licensed, board-certified physicians offer convenient locations all across the state. To find a Florida office near you, visit our locations page. To find out if you qualify for medical marijuana treatment, call (855) 420-9170 or fill out an easy online application!