Abstract/Symposium Submissions

Abstract/Symposium Submissionsare Now Closed
Abstract Submissions

Abstracts should describe original cannabis-related research, and are inclusive of reviews and case reports. Clinical cannabis research will be granted priority during peer review.

Symposia Proposal Submissions

Proposals for symposia, panel discussions, ‘hot topics’, and workshops will be considered for inclusion on the program by the Scientific Program Committee. Any investigator or clinician in practice that conducts cannabis-related research and/or treats patients are welcome to submit symposia proposals.

Special Offer for Students and Trainees

Students and trainees (i.e. graduate/professional students, post-docs, medical residents) who submit an abstract for CCORC 2023 will receive a full waiver of their registration fees for the conference.

In addition to waived registration, CCORC will offer an opportunity to apply for travel support funding for students that have an abstract accepted for presentation.

CCORC Conflict of Interest Disclosure Policy

All abstract and symposia proposal submissions must adhere to the CCORC guidelines regarding conflict of interest and funding disclosures linked here.

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