- Americans for Safe Access
The ASA works with state, local and national legislators to create policies that heighten access to medicinal marijuana for patients and researchers. Its mission: to ensure safe and legal access to cannabis for research and therapeutic use.
- Health Canada Information for Health Care Professionals
Information prepared by the Controlled Substances and Tobacco Directorate at Health Canada to provide information on the use of cannabis and cannabinoids for medical purposes.
- Health Canada – Use of Medical Marijuana
Health Canada information about the medical use of marihuana with links to patient and health professional information, advisory committee, law enforcement issues and stakeholder statistics.
- Health Canada – About the MMAP
Information about the Health Canada Medical Marijuana Access Program (MMAP) that grants access to marijuana for medical use to those Canadians who are suffering from grave and debilitating illnesses.
- Medical Marijuana Purposes Regulations
Consolidated federal laws of Canada, Marihuana for Medical Purposes Regulations, CONTROLLED DRUGS AND SUBSTANCES ACT.
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
- The Canadian Consortium for the Investigation of Cannabinoids
CCIC is a Canadian non-profit organization promoting evidence-based research and education concerning the endocannabinoid system and therapeutic applications of endocannabinoid and cannabinoid agents.
- International Association for Cannabinoid Medicines
Founded in 2000, The IACM advances knowledge on cannabis, cannabinoids, the endocannabinoid system, and related topics especially with regard to their therapeutic potential.
- International Cannabinoid Research Society
The ICRS is dedicated to scientific research in all fields of the cannabinoids, ranging from biochemical, chemical and physiological studies of the endogenous cannabinoid system to studies of the abuse potential of recreational Cannabis.
- Visualization of the endocannabinoid signaling system
A Master’s Research Project submitted to Masters of Science Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto; developed in collaboration with Biomedical Communications.