CannMed 2016

Written by  Wednesday, 06 April 2016 07:24

SC Labs President and Co-Founder Joshua Wurzer to speak at Harvard Medical School

It’s conference season and this year Massachusetts-based Medicinal Genomics is bringing together the best and brightest in cannabis for CannMed 2016, a two-day event at Harvard Medical School. Keynote speakers include Raphael Mechoulam, the researcher who discovered THC and Orrin Devinsky, the lead investigator in GW Pharmaceuticals trials using Epidolex for Dravet Syndrome.

The conference comes at a unique time as the advent of sequencing technology has enabled personalized medicine allowing for a better understanding of the genetic regulation of the endocannabinoid system. Conference topics include the use of cannabinoid therapeutics in neurological disorders and the role of the endocannabinoid system in such disorders.

SC Laboratories President Joshua Wurzer will also be presenting a lecture entitled “Chemotypic and Quality Control Analysis of the California Medical Cannabis Market.” Medicinal Genomics also plans to present their hypothesis on the current state of the testing market and its potential impact on the diversity of the cannabis microbiome.

Where: The Joseph B. Martin Conference Center at the Harvard School of Medicine, Boston, MA
When: April 10-11, 2016
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