Cannabis Research Center

The Cannabis Research Center (CRC) was established to answer the most important research questions related to cannabis and health.

The core functions of the CRC include:

  • Engage and collaborate with key partners and individuals to identify research questions.
  • Promote, conduct, and disseminate research related to public health and cannabis.
  • Recruit and train cannabis researchers and evaluators.


The Cannabis Research Center is funding two research projects through the 2024 Small Grants Program.

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CRC examines Minnesotans’ perceptions and opinions of cannabis before legalization

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Cannabis Research Center 2024 Small Grants to Support Student Projects RFA
The CRC announces a small grants funding program to support student projects involving cannabis-related research. Each application is capped at $10K over a period not exceeding 12 months. Application deadline is May 15, 2024.

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