Americann Partnership with C3RN Commences Cannabis Research In Massachusetts

AmeriCann, through its Preferred Partner BASK, Inc. (“BASK”), is conducting research studies with C3RN who is now collaborating with the UMass Dartmouth Charlton College of Business. The first study launched is an anonymous national cannabis consumer and patient survey, with a focus on the Massachusetts market.

Information from this national anonymous cannabis survey will be used to improve the understanding of the consumer and patient populations as the new legal adult-use markets open across the United States and in Massachusetts. AmeriCann intends to incorporate the research finding, with a better understanding of the therapeutic benefits of cannabis, to improve product offerings including AmeriCann’s Solanna line of products and will help target specific medical conditions.

The survey is aimed to better understand consumer/patient demographics, attitudes, choices, methods of consumption, and knowledge of cannabis products in legal cannabis states. The study tools were designed with input from researchers at McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School, UMass Dartmouth, and C3RN’s team of researchers, data scientists, and industry experts. The study was approved by the UMass Dartmouth Institutional Review Board (IRB) and findings are planned to be published in a leading peer-reviewed journal and other leading conferences and forums.

BASK is first of C3RN’s study partners in Massachusetts. In addition to two other well respected Massachusetts dispensaries, C3RN is also partnering with three clinical providers for the study, Dr. Ben Caplan of the CED Foundation, Dr. Dustin Sulak, Healer.com, and Dr. Ryan Zaklin to launch the survey locally in Massachusetts.

AmeriCann is developing the Massachusetts Medical Cannabis Center (MMCC), a state-of-the-art cannabis cultivation and processing development in the midst of the rapidly growing Massachusetts medical cannabis market. The MMCC project is approved for 1 million square feet, which will be developed in phases and is expected to be one of the most technologically advanced cultivation facilities in the nation.

Virtual Cannabis Center of Excellence (CoE). The virtual CoE is a global collaborative network of academics, cannabis industry, healthcare providers, and consumers/patients to advance cannabis science, research, and best practices. The overall goal of C3RN’s work is to break down silos and advance open science, connect stakeholders to share best practices and research findings. C3RN is committed to uphold the scientific and ethical integrity of all studies conducted, data, and best practices housed within the virtual CoE.” data-reactid=”18″>C3RN was formed in January 2017 to establish a Virtual Cannabis Center of Excellence (CoE). The virtual CoE is a global collaborative network of academics, cannabis industry, healthcare providers, and consumers/patients to advance cannabis science, research, and best practices. The overall goal of C3RN’s work is to break down silos and advance open science, connect stakeholders to share best practices and research findings. C3RN is committed to uphold the scientific and ethical integrity of all studies conducted, data, and best practices housed within the virtual CoE.

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts has begun awarding licenses to businesses that will provide cannabis access to consumers over 21 years of age, in addition to the existing medical cannabis market. Industry experts believe it will become the epicenter for cannabis innovation and research for the entire northeast US with annual sales of over $1 billion by 2020.

1,000,000 square feet of medical cannabis cultivation and processing in Freetown, Massachusetts. The state-of-the-art, sustainable, greenhouse project will consist of multiple planned phases for tenants in the Massachusetts medical marijuana market. Voters in Massachusetts approved legalizing the adult use of recreational marijuana in November of 2016. The state is on track to open the first cannabis storefronts for Adult-Use by July 1, 2018, making Massachusetts the first state in the Northeast to legalize adult-use cannabis.” data-reactid=”30″>AmeriCann’s flagship project, The Massachusetts Medical Cannabis Center, is approved for nearly 1,000,000 square feet of medical cannabis cultivation and processing in Freetown, Massachusetts. The state-of-the-art, sustainable, greenhouse project will consist of multiple planned phases for tenants in the Massachusetts medical marijuana market. Voters in Massachusetts approved legalizing the adult use of recreational marijuana in November of 2016. The state is on track to open the first cannabis storefronts for Adult-Use by July 1, 2018, making Massachusetts the first state in the Northeast to legalize adult-use cannabis.

AmeriCann’s Cannopy System uniquely combines expertise from traditional horticulture, lean manufacturing, regulatory compliance and cannabis cultivation to create superior facilities and procedures. The Company is planning to replicate the Cannopy platform in additional states.

The first phase of the MMCC project consists of 30,000 sq. ft. of cultivation, processing and research facilities.

www.cometobask.com or its social media links below:” data-reactid=”50″>Bask, Inc. (“BASK” or “BASK Premium Cannabis”) is one of a limited number of vertically integrated medical marijuana companies that is operating in the Massachusetts market. BASK Premium Cannabis has received all necessary approvals to grow, process and dispense medical marijuana to registered patients in the Massachusetts Medical-Use of Marijuana Program. In addition, BASK has received Priority Certification by the Cannabis Control Commission which allows for expedited application processing for Adult-Use Cannabis which is scheduled to start July 1, 2018. BASK is scheduled to be the first business to operate in AmeriCann’s Massachusetts Medical Cannabis Center. For more information on BASK, visit www.cometobask.com or its social media links below:

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