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The Toronto Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research Consortium brings together researchers and trainees who are actively engaged in research on cannabis and cannabinoids at the University of Toronto and Toronto Academic Health Sciences Network

TC3 is a tri-campus, multi-institution, interdisciplinary Institutional Strategic Initiative at the University of Toronto

Situated at the heart of Canada’s medical research and innovation ecosystem, TC3 has the unique depth and breadth of expertise and the capacity to address almost every crucial and pressing research question related to cannabis and cannabinoids and to translate research findings into real world solutions for society

TC3 will pioneer transformative cannabis and cannabinoid research and training approaches at the convergence of disciplines

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The TC3 is led by an interdisciplinary team of researchers from

3 University of Toronto campuses, 6 faculties, 11 departments and 3 hospital and research institutes


My research focuses on psychosocial aspects of cannabis use and treatment. Several of my graduate students are conducting research on cannabis use. Current projects in our lab involve:

  • examining parent-child relationships and impact on risk and well-being in emerging adulthood, including cannabis use

  • qualitative research on cannabis use within the context of emerging adult development

  • facets of emotion regulation and cannabis use in emerging adulthood

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Dr. Abby Goldstein

Ontario Institute

for Studies on Education

University of Toronto


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