Australian Centre for Cannabinoid Clinical and Research Excellence (ACRE): Quality and safety in the implementation of medicinal cannabis use in the community
Professor Jane Gunn
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The Australian Centre for Cannabinoid Clinical and Research Excellence (ACRE) funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) has been established to bring together clinicians and scientists from a broad range of backgrounds to provide leadership in the safe rollout of medicinal cannabinoids in the Australian community. ACRE has established several research teams who are involved in gathering evidence to inform best clinical practice and guide Governments around the use of medicinal cannabinoids, across three research clusters (see below).
Professor Jane Gunn (Investigator) - Department of General Practice (University of Melbourne)
Ms Christine Hallinan (Research Fellow) - Department of General Practice (University of Melbourne)
Associate Professor Yvonne Bonomo (Investigator) - St Vincent's Hospital
Dr Victoria Palmer (Research Fellow) - Department of General Practice (University of Melbourne)
Professor Jennifer Martin - The University of Newcastle
Associate Professor Nadia Solowij - The University of Wollongong
Professor Nicholas Lintzeris - University of Sydney
Professor Xu-Feng Huang - The University of Wollongong
Professor Kathy Eagar - The University of Wollongong
Professor Nanthi Bolan - The University of Newcastle
Professor Paul Scuffham - Griffith University
Doctor Amirali Popat - The University of Queensland
This research is funded by the NHMRC Centres for Research Excellence
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