UPCOMING TC3 & RELATED EVENTS
PAST TC3 & RELATED EVENTS
The 8th Annual Cannabinoids in Clinical Practice Conference
co-hosted by the TC3 and
the Canadian Consortium for the Investigation of Cannabinoids
APRIL 21 - 22, 2022
The Carlu, 444 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario
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CANNABIS INNOVATION SUMMIT
TORONTO HEALTH INNOVATION WEEK
The TC3 launch and Cannabis Innovation Summit was a sold-out event hosted by the University of Toronto together with the affiliated hospital partners and MaRS Health on April 4, 2019 during Toronto Health Innovation Week, Canada’s largest health event.
The event brought together scientists, government officials, policy-makers, research funding organizations and industry partners interested in research and innovation in the field and offered the opportunity to network, seek new collaborations and share health research findings related to cannabis and cannabinoids.
The Summit focused on the drug development of cannabis and cannabinoid-related therapies and drug delivery mechanisms from discovery to innovation, explored various clinical applications and trials around the assessment of the safety and efficacy of cannabis as a medicine, and discussed important societal issues around mental and body health.
The TC3 hosted its Inaugural TC3 Research and Networking Symposium on June 3rd, 2019 at Chestnut Conference Centre in Toronto.
The research symposium brought together cannabis and cannabinoid researchers and trainees from the University of Toronto and Toronto Academic Health Sciences Network and provided an opportunity to network, seek new collaborations, build links and share health research findings related to cannabis and cannabinoids. Featuring short talks/data blitzes and poster presentations, the research day served as an interactive platform to highlight preclinical, clinical and policy research in Toronto.