August 28th-30th, 2017 at the Oregon Convention Center in downtown Portland, OR

GROW WITH US in 2017 at the Oregon Convention Center in Downtown Portland, OR, August 28th-30th! This year we will have 60,000 square feet of exhibit hall space and 50,000 square feet of meeting space for technical presentations. We hope that you will join us for this historic event.

Don't miss out on our 2017 Canna Boot Camp! This is our full-day workshop that covers everything from Cultivation, Extraction, Sample Prep, Analytical Testing, Edibles Manufacturing and more! This event sold out VERY quickly in 2016.

 

Cannabis Science Conference is the world's largest cannabis science expo. Our conference pulls together cannabis industry experts, instrument manufacturers, testing labs, research scientists, medical practitioners, policy makers and interested novices. Our annual event is aimed at improving cannabis science. Join us in Portland, Oregon, for an exciting conference with keynotes, presentations, round table discussions and exhibits. At our inaugural event we hosted over 750 attendees from all over the world!

 

NEW FOR 2017:

  • 60,000 sq. ft. of exhibit hall space
  • 50,000 sq. ft. of meeting space for presentations
  • Parallel medical & scientific technical sessions
  • Expanded Canna Boot Camp with new cultivation segment
  • Technical poster presentations and much, much more!

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2017 TECHNICAL PROGRAM

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   ANALYTICAL CANNABIS TRACK

 Tuesday, August 29th, 2017

7:00 AM Registration Open
8:00 AM Networking & Coffee in Exhibit Hall
8:55 AM

Welcome Address by Joshua Crossney, President & Founder, jCanna, Inc.

 

CULTIVATION & GENOMICS SESSION,

Chair:

Autumn Karcey,  President, Cultivo, Inc.

9:00 AM

Maximizing Yield Through Proper Facility Design, Operating Procedures and Environmental Monitoring

Cultivation Panel:

Autumn Karcey, President, Cultivo, Inc.,

Peter Maguire, VP System Applications, Lighthouse Worldwide Solutions,

Skye Hanke, Co-Founder & Business Development Officer, Smart Bee Controllers

9:40 AM

Questions & Discussions

9:55 AM

Technology to Enable High Throughput Analysis of the Entire Cannabis Supply Chain.

Dr. Michael Hogan, CSO, Pathogen Dx

10:30 AM 

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

David (Dedi) Meiri, PhD, Associate Professor, Technion Israel Institute of Technology

Beyond the Mountains of THC and CBD, the Future of Cannabis Research .

11:10 AM Questions & Discussion
11:20 AM

Lunch on Your Own in Exhibit Hall/Networking & Poster Presentations

 

CANNABIS TESTING SESSION

Chair: Julie Kowalski, PhD, Trace Analytics 

1:00 PM

Quality Control Testing in Regulated Markets and Lessons Learned from a Decade in the Cannabis Testing Industry 

Josh Wurzer, President, SC Laboratories  

1:20 PM

The Problem with Cannabinoids: Investigation of Various Sample Preparation Approaches to Remove Cannabinoids for Trace Level Pesticide Analysis.

Julie Kowalski, PhD, Trace Analytics Laboratory

1:40 PM

Standardization in the Cannabis Industry.

Cindy Orser, PhD, CSO, Digipath Labs

 

2:00 PM

Association of Cannabinoid and Pesticide Concentration Effects in Extracts 

Jason Strull, MS, Co-Founder & Lab Director, 374 Labs, LLC.

2:20 PM

Questions & Discussion

2:40 PM

Cannabis Standards Panel

Moderator: Susan Audino, PhD

Panelists:

Susan Audino, PhD,  Chair of the Cannabis Advisory Panel & Chair of the Cannabis Working Group, AOAC International.

Robert Morgan, Director, Technical Committee Operations,  ASTM.

Joe Konschnik, ACIL.

Doug Rennie, Technical Services Project Manager, AOCS.

3:30 PM

Networking & Poster Sessions in Exhibit Hall

 

INDUSTRY SESSION,

Chair:  Laura Bush,  Editorial Director, LCGC & Spectroscopy 

4:30 PM

Using Solid Phase Microextraction for Cannabis Testing. 

Katherine Stenerson, Principal Scientist, Millipore Sigma

4:50 PM

Analysis of Cannabis for Pesticide Residues by GC/Q-TOF.

Philip Wylie, Sr. Research Scientist, Agilent Technologies

5:10 PM

Analysis of Heavy Metals in Cannabis via ICP-MS.

Andrew Fornadel, Senior Product Specialist - Elemental Spectroscopy, Shimadzu Scientific Instruments

5:30 PM

The Use of Orthogonal Methods to Monitor the Major Degradation Products of Cannabidiol (CBD).

Catharine Layton, Senior Applications Chemist, Waters Corporation

5:50 PM

Questions & Discussion
6:00 PM Mixer in Exhibit Hall Sponsored by Shimadzu Scientific Instruments
 

ANALYTICAL CANNABIS TRACK

Wednesday, August 30th, 2017

7:00 AM Registration Open
8:00 AM Networking & Coffee in Exhibit Hall
8:55 AM Welcome Address
 

EXTRACTIONS SESSION

Chair: AC Braddock, CEO, Eden Labs

9:00 AM

Extraction Technology was the Catalyst for Rapid Legalization and the Growth of the Industry. What will Secure the Cannabis Industry's Future Growth? 

AC Braddock, CEO, Eden Labs

9:30 AM

The Science and Economics of CO2 Extraction and Oil Manufacturing

Dr. Markus Roggen, Director of Science & Technology, OutCo 

10:00 AM

Extraction and Refinement in Colorado: A 5,280 ft. View

Christian Sweeney, Director of Science & Technology, Cannabistry Labs

10:30 AM

Keynote Address

Prof. Jack Henion, PhD,

Co-Founder, CSO, Advion

Analysis of Cannabis-Related Samples for Composition via LC-MS Employing a Compact Mass Spectrometer 

11:10 AM Questions & Discussions
11:20 AM

Lunch on Your Own in Exhibit Hall/Networking & Poster Presentations

12:00 PM

Montel Williams Keynote Address in Exhibit Hall

A Patient's Perspective on the Endocannabinoid System

 

CANNABIS RESEARCH SESSION

Chair: Scott Kuzdzal, PhD, Director of Marketing, Shimadzu Scientific Instruments 

1:00 PM

Comprehensive Analysis of Cannabis Sativa from Cannabinoids to Terpenes using Multiple Reaction Monitoring (MRM) Gas Chromatography-Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometry

Allegra Leghisa, Analytical Chemistry Graduate Student, University of Texas at Arlington

1:20 PM

Stable Isotopes of Cannabis – A Powerful New Analytical Tool.

Brett J. Tipple, Ph.D., Research Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, University of Utah

James R. Ehleringer, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Biology, Department of Biology, University of Utah.

1:40 PM

How Normal are You? Why Cannabis will Determine Who Wins the Battle Between One-Size-Fits-All Medical Treatment and Personalized Medicine

Jeff Ullman, CMO/Founder, Only You Genetics. Jahan Marcu, PhD, Medical Cannabis Science Director, Only You Genetics & CSO, Americans for Safe Access

2:00 PM

Efficacy and Safety of a Standardized Oromucosal Formulation of Cannabis Oil for the Management of Chronic Non-cancer Pain.

Dr. Kenton Crowley, Director of R&D, Silver State Trading

2:20 PM

Questions & Discussions

2:30 PM

Lab Information Management (LIMS) for Cannabis Quality Assurance.

Alan Vaughn, Lab Informatics Advocate, Laboratory Informatics Institute 

2:50 PM

LIMS: A Critical Tool for the Cannabis Industry.

Dr. Christine Paszko, Accelerated Technologies

3:10 PM

Special Industry Presentation:

Rapid, Accurate & Automated Residual Solvent, Terpene and Total Potency Analysis using a Compact Ultrafast GC Analyzer with FID and High Pressure Mass Based Detection

Graham Shelver, Commercial Lead - Applied Markets, 908 Devices Inc

3:30 PM

Questions & Discussions

3:40 PM

A Public-Private Collaboration for Cannabis Testing Success Story - Could this Work in Other States?

Joe Konschnik, Business Development Manager, RESTEK

Heather Krug, MS, Colorado State Marijuana Laboratory Sciences Program Manager 

4:00 PM

Closing Mixer in Exhibit Hall Sponsored by

908 Devices, Inc.

  

               MEDICAL CANNABIS TRACK

               Tuesday, August 29th, 2017   

7:00 AM

Registration Open

8:00 AM

Networking & Coffee in Exhibit Hall
8:55 AM Welcome Address by Tracy Ryan, CEO & Founder, CannaKids/SavingSophie.org & Emcee of the Medical Cannabis Track.
 

MEDICAL CANNABIS SESSION I,

Chair: Tracy Ryan (CannaKids & SavingSophie.org)

9:00 AM

Keynote Address:

Dr. Sue Sisley, Arizona-based Physician Practicing Internal Medicine and Psychiatry & the Site PI for Only FDA Approved Cannabis Trial for Veterans with PTSD.

Researching Medical Cannabis: Navigating Barriers to Efficacy Research.                                 

9:40 AM     

Questions & Discussion                                                                                      

9:50 AM

Cannabis for Pediatric Disease: A Parent's Journey to Find a Cure

Moderator: Tracy Ryan, CEO & Founder, CannaKids & SavingSophie.org

Panelists:

Tracy Ryan, CEO & Founder, Cannakids & SavingSophie.org

Janie Maedler, COO, Rylie's Smile Foundation, CannaKids ASD Consultant, CEO, Rylie's Sunshine

Sebastien Cotte, National Business/Education Director & Board Member, Flowering Hope Foundation

Moriah Barnhart, Co-Founder, CannaMoms & Publisher, Sensi Magazine FL

10:30 AM

Questions & Discussions

10:40 AM

Cannabis in Personalized Nutrition - Bringing Disparate Ideas into Uniform Practice. 

Curtis Phinney, CNS, LDN,  Former Reference Standards Scientist and Scientific Liaison, U.S. Pharmacopeia

11:00 AM

Patient Testimony: Challenges and Hurdles of Being a Medical Marijuana Patient

Pete Tranchemontagne, Co-Owner, Green Gold, Inc.

11:20  AM Lunch on Your Own in Exhibit Hall/Networking & Poster Presentations
 

MEDICAL CANNABIS SESSION II,

Chair: Nurse Heather, R.N., Cannabis Nurses Network

1:00  PM

Compounding With Cannabis Oil

Carla Kay, Founder, Specialized Formulations

1:30  PM

Making eCS Connections - The Future of Nursing 

Heather Manus, RN, Co-Founder, Cannabis Nurses Network.

2:00 PM

Cannabis as Immune Therapy and Stem Cell Therapy 

Judy A. Mikovits, PhD

2:45 PM

Cannabis Nurses Panel:

"Bridging the Gap Between Cannabis and Western Medicine Through Nursing."

Moderator: Ken Sobel, Esq.

Panelists:

Heather Manus, RN

Juhlzie Monteiro, RN, BSK

Marcie Cooper, RN, MSN, ADS, AHN-BC

Lisa Buchanan, RN, OCN

3:30 PM

Networking & Poster Sessions in Exhibit Hall 
 

MEDICAL CANNABIS SESSION III

Chair: 

Leah Bisinai, RN, MHlthSc, Director of Clinical Research, Leafcann

4:30 PM

PTSD & CBD: What You Need to Know.

Dr. Philip Blair, Elixinol.

4:50 PM

Understanding Pain in Aged Care: Exploring the Nature and Treatment of Chronic Pain in the Australian Aged Care Setting.

Leah Bisiani, RN, MHlthSc, Director of Clinical Research, Leafcann

5:10 PM

Questions & Discussions
5:20 PM

International Medical Cannabis Updates Panel

Moderator: Sharlene Mavor, Director, Medical Cannabis Research Australia (Australia)

Panelists:

Paul Mavor, B. Pharm, Director, Health House International (Australia) 

David (Dedi) Meiri, PhD, Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Biology, Technion Israel Institute of Technology (Israel)

Bibiana Rojas, Chief Strategic Officer, Colombian Cannabis (Colombia)

6:00 PM Mixer in Exhibit Hall Sponsored by Shimadzu Scientific Instruments
 

MEDICAL CANNABIS TRACK

Wednesday, August 30th, 2017

7:00 AM

Registration Open

8:00 AM

Networking & Coffee in Exhibit Hall

8:55 AM

Welcome Address by Tracy Ryan, CEO & Founder, CannaKids/SavingSophie.org & Emcee of the Medical Cannabis Track
 

MEDICAL CANNABIS SESSION IV

Chair: Tracy Ryan (CannaKids & SavingSophie.org)

9:00 AM

Keynote Address:

Dr. Uma Dhanabalan, MD, MPH, FAAFP, Founder, Uplifting Health & Wellness.

Cannabis: the Exit Drug.

9:40 AM Questions & Discussions
9:50 AM

Pediatric Cannabis Therapy... Leaving No Stone Unturned 

Janie Maedler, COO, Rylie's Smile Foundation, CannaKids ASD Consultant, CEO, Rylie's Sunshine

10:35 AM

Computational Toxicology of Pesticide Exposure in Cannabis Products.

Maxwell C.K. Leung, PhD, Associate Toxicologist, California EPA.

11:05 AM

Questions & Discussions

11:20 AM

Lunch on Your Own in Exhibit Hall/Networking & Poster Presentations

12:00 PM

Montel Williams Keynote Address in Exhibit Hall

A Patient's Perspective on the Endocannabinoid System

 

MEDICAL CANNABIS SESSION V

Chair: Tracy Ryan (CannaKids & SavingSophie.org)

1:00 PM

The Future of Clinical Research Exposed.

Moderator: Tracy Ryan, CEO & Founder, CannaKids & SavingSophie.org.

Panelists:

Tracy Ryan, CEO & Founder, CannaKids & SavingSophie.org.

Robert Davidson, CEO, CURE Pharmaceuticals

David (Dedi) Meiri, Technion Israel Institute of Technology

Jessica Rousset, Chief Business Officer, Cure Pharmaceuticals

Karen Roellich, RN, Mayo Clinic Nurse, Patient Dosing Consultant, CannaKids

1:45 PM

Questions & Discussions

1:55 PM

An Integral Exploration of Doctor-Patient Experiences.

Dr. Regina Nelson, The eCS Therapy Center

2:15 PM

A Case for Cannabis.

Dr. Debra Kimless, MD, ForwardGro

2:35 PM

Personalized Cannabis Therapy Pathways.

Dr. Igor Kovalchuk, CEO, Pathway Rx

2:55 PM

Understanding the ECS & Organic Minimalist Gardening.

James Schwartz,  RN, BSN, LNC, CEO, Cascade High.

3:15 PM

The Doc and the Jocks Panel.

Moderator:

Dr. Uma Dhanabalan, MD

Panelists:

Jim McMahon, Former NFL Player.

Marvin Washington, Former NFL Player.

4:00 PM Closing Mixer in Exhibit Hall Sponsored by 908 Devices, Inc.


What people are saying about the 2016 Cannabis Science Conference:

 

“There will be ripples around the world from some of the amazing presentations you had and the people that came together.”

-Paul M.

“This conference gave me goosebumps!”

-Dr. Paul L.

“Words can't express how grateful we are for taking part in the Cannabis Science Conference.” 

-Dr. Michele R.

“I thought it was very well organized and attended, and the topics and discussions that arose were very pertinent to solving the current shortcomings in the industry.”

-Michael K.

“I have been to a lot of conferences over the past year or so and yours was definitely one of the more unique and informative ones.  Well done!”

-Mike S.

“I just wanted to tell you again what a fantastic job you did in organizing this event. It was a blast, and I learned a lot. It was also an excellent first step for us in helping the Cannabis community with their scientific and regulatory needs.”

-Ron S.

“Thank you so much for hosting the Cannabis Science Conference.  I was truly amazed by the scope and depth of the topics covered.”

-Melissa D.

“I just want to thank you so very much for organizing this marvelous first-of-a-kind conference here in Portland AND for introducing yourself. Your passion is evident and much appreciated-especially from my "old timer" and medical professional perspective.”

-Melanie F.

 
2017 Advisory Planning Committee:
 
Joshua Crossney,
jCanna, Inc.
Maureen Quaranta,
Shimadzu Scientific instruments
Bobbie Jo Seyler,
MilliporeSigma
 Melissa Fauth,
FRITSCH
Joe Konschnik,
RESTEK
 
 
 2017 Scientific Advisory Committee:
 
Dr. Uma Dhanabalan, MD, MPH, FAAFP
Uplifting Health & Wellness
Robert Clifford, PhD, 
Shimadzu Scientific Instruments
Barry Schumbehl,
FRITSCH
Anthony Macherone, PhD
Agilent Technologies

Pre-Conference workshop

Please join us on August 28th for the 2nd annual pre-conference Canna Boot Camp hosted by jCanna & Chalice Farms!Canna Boot Camp is our full-day, interactive workshop that covers everything from Cultivation, Pre-Processing, Sample Prep, Analytical Testing, Extraction and Edibles Manufacturing. Companies join forces to demonstrate techniques, instruments and technologies to share their experiences. In one day you can get a full understanding of many aspects of the cannabis industry and analytical testing & extraction. This is also a great opportunity to network with industry experts.

 

Our 2017 Canna Boot Camp is now SOLD OUT!

jCanna & Cannabis Science Conference would like to THANK Chalice Farms for hosting our 2016 & 2017 Canna Boot Camp at their amazing facility!

 

2017 Keynote Speakers

Montel Williams is one of the highest profile advocates for medical cannabis in the country. He has used medical cannabis products to effectively manage the symptoms of his Multiple Sclerosis (MS) since his diagnosis with the disease in 1999.

 

Williams began his professional career in the United States Marine Corps. He was the first black Marine selected to attend the Naval Academy Prep School to go on to graduate from the US Naval Academy and be commissioned as a Naval Officer. He earned a degree in general engineering and a minor in international security affairs. Over the course of his 22-year military career, Williams earned three Meritorious Service Medals, two Navy Commendation Medals, two Navy Achievement Medals, and other military awards and citations. Williams was also given a Meritorious Service Award for his positive portrayal of the military throughout the seventeen year run of The Montel Williams Show.

 

Williams earned his media celebrity status as an Emmy Award winning television personality whom Americans invited into their homes for more than 17 years. Alongside his TV career, he's become an international speaker, author, entrepreneur and advocate for patients worldwide.

 

At the height of his TV career, in 1999, Williams experienced his first symptoms of MS-a sharp and 24-hour neuropathic pain in his feet and legs. When pharmaceuticals proved ineffective, his doctor recommended medical cannabis as part of his treatment. Ever since, Williams has been using cannabis products as a medication to manage the debilitating symptoms of his MS.

 

Williams became an early advocate of medical cannabis law reform in the US. Back when he started as an advocate, patients were being dragged out of their homes in wheelchairs by the police for using cannabis to treat their pain, and Williams was one of the few high profile voices on Capitol Hill fighting for their rights. Over the past two decades,  he has worked to pass medical cannabis legislation in key states and led the push for military veterans to access medical cannabis without the threat of losing benefits.

 

When Williams first began using cannabis, there was little research into its medical uses. Williams sought out the latest in cannabis manufacturing technologies and research and worked closely with a formulator to ensure that his medicine was the highest quality available.

 

As the founder of Lenitiv Scientific, LLC and the LenitivLabs brand, Williams remains dedicated to delivering high-quality and consistent products to patients-like himself-who rely on cannabis as medicine.

Dr. Sue Sisley MD is an Arizona-based physician practicing Internal Medicine and Psychiatry.

 

She works as Medical Director for medical cannabis license holders in 11 different states/territories from Hawaii to Puerto Rico to New York.

 

Sue serves as Site Principal Investigator for the only FDA-approved randomized controlled trial in the world examining safety/efficacy of whole plant marijuana in combat veterans with treatment-resistant post traumatic stress disorder PTSD.  Dr. Sisley is on faculty at Colorado State University PUEBLO campus, recruited for core planning team to organize the CSUP "ICR Institute of Cannabis Research" in Pueblo, Colorado.

 

Dr. Sisley has been a Member of Nevada ILAC Medical Cannabis Commission for the past two years outlining regulations for laboratory testing including limits on pesticides, residual solvents and other guidelines that are currently being used as a model for other states medical cannabis laws.

 

 

Uma V.A. Dhanabalan, MD, MPH, FAAFP is a highly respected physician trained in Family Medicine and Occupational & Environmental Medicine, Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians and a Diplomat Certified in Cannabis Medicine.
 
Dr. Dhanabalan received her Medical Degree from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of Newark, New Jersey, Family Practice Residency at the Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston South Carolina, her Master's Degree in Public Health specializing in Occupational & Environmental Medicine from the Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts. She did her Fellowship in heavy metals. She received the Resident Research Award from the American College of Occupational & Environmental Medicine for her research project: "Occupational & Environmental Exposure to Lead in South India"  
 
Dr. Dhanabalan is the Founder/CEO of Global Health & Hygiene Solutions, LLC. established in 2006.  Global Health and Hygiene Solutions mission is to promote wellness and prevent illness. She has worked for Kimberly Clark as their Regional Medical Director for Asia Pacific. She has worked for the Hanford Project in Richland Washington.  The Hanford Site created in 1943 as part of the Manhattan Project, manufactured the Plutonium that was used in the first nuclear bomb, the bomb detonated over Nagasaki, Japan. The operation at Hanford created one of the largest and most complex cleanup projects in the USA. Weapons production resulted in more than 43 million cubic yards of radioactive waste and over 130 million cubic yards of contaminated soil and debris.
 
Dr. Dhanabalan practice at Uplifting Health and Wellness, in Natick MA is dedicated to "Educate! Embrace! and Empower "her patients and public about Total Health Care with treatment options using Cannabis to promote wellness and prevent illness. She is actively involved with multiple originations, her passion to educate the public and health care providers that Cannabis is a plant medicine. She sees an array of patients from age 18 and above, with various medical conditions who are using medical marijuana for treatment of their illnesses. She is a speaker and activist, Dr. Dhanabalan states "Cannabis is not an entrance drug, it is an exit drug from pharmaceuticals and narcotics."
David (Dedi) Meiri, PhD, is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Biology at the Technion Israel Institute of Technology and a member of the Technion Integrated Cancer Center. Dr. Meiri's scientific background is highly diverse; He holds a M.Sc. in Biochemistry and a Ph.D. in plant biotechnology from Tel Aviv University. Dr. Meiriconducted his post-doctoral fellowship at the Ontario Cancer Institute where he focused on the role of the GEF-H1 protein in tumor invasion and metastasis. During his post-doctoral studies, he expanded his knowledge in human biology and cancer pathogenesis and succeeded within a very short timeframe, to receive worldwide recognition as an expert in the fields of G-protein coupled receptors (GPCRs) and small GTPases. Upon completion of his post-doctoral fellowship, Dr Meiri took a position at the Technion Israel Institute of Technology, where he heads the "Laboratory of Cancer Biology and Cannabinoid Research".
 
Presently, his lab is investigating the therapeutic potential of phytocannabinoids, the unique active compounds of Cannabis. On-top of a few other studies conducted in the lab, the main focus is to determine the antitumor effects of cannabinoids, including the anti-metastatic and pro-apoptotic effects phytocannabinoids exert, on a spectrum of tumor cells.
 
In addition to 'basic science', Dr. Meiri collaborates with cannabis growers, clinicians and major manufacturers and distributors of medical cannabis in the purpose of revolutionizing cannabis treatment. He is operating the "Cannabis Database Project" and his lab is currently involved in eight clinical trials covering diverse aspects of cannabis treatment, such as: colon disease, pain prevention, cancer treatment and epilepsy.
 
Dr. Meiri is also highly involved in government regulations and he is a residing member in several committees of the Israel's Ministry of Health, which seek to advance our fundamental understanding of optimal cannabis usage and minimization of adverse side effects.

Dr. Jack Henion is an internationally recognized leader in the field of MS and LC/MS. He is credited with nine patents and has published more than 200 peer-reviewed papers in scientific journals. In addition to his work at Advion, Dr. Henion managed a major research laboratory at Cornell University, where he served as a professor of toxicology for more than 24 years and is now Emeritus Professor of Analytical Toxicology. Under his leadership and vision, Advion has established itself as one of the largest and most respected LC/MS contract laboratories in the world and a leader in chip-based nanoelectrospray mass spectrometry.

 

 

Dr. Henion earned a bachelor’s degree from Alfred University, a master’s of science from the Rochester Institute of Technology, a Ph.D. from the State University of New York in Albany and a post doctoral appointment at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. The American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists has recognized him as a Fellow for his contributions to analytical chemistry. In recognition of his contributions in the field of MS, Dr. Henion has received honorary doctorate degrees from the University of Ghent, Belgium and the University of Uppsala, Sweden. Dr. Henion is also a member of the American Chemical Society, the American Society for Mass Spectrometry and the Royal Society of Chemistry (BA FRSC).

 

 

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ABOUT jCANNA

jCanna is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization comprised of affiliates including cannabis industry insiders, scientists, medical doctors, policy makers and interested novices working together to advance awareness of legal, medicinal cannabis related topics. Our members work to share insights and advance solutions to improve cannabis analytical testing technologies.

 

Our meetings and roundtables include topics on sample preparation, chromatography, mass spectrometry, cannabinomics, terpene profiling, quality control testing for public safety, contamination analysis (pesticides, residual solvents, microorganisms and heavy metals), genetics/genomics, regulations, legalization, scientific methods/standards and medicinal uses of cannabis.

 

jCanna is committed to the advancement of medicinal cannabis information, education, cannabis quality control testing, cannabis science and cannabis research through education and training of practitioners, laboratory scientists, industrial scientists, and health care professionals involved in research and patient care.

 

jCanna supports the development of new cannabis testing technologies, methods/protocols and standards. We provide a forum for cannabis science discussions and workshops. jCanna aims to inform and educate its members as well as bring together laboratory directors, researchers, growers, dispensaries, consultants and curious novices through its annual meeting and website.

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ACCOMMODATIONS

Stay close to the Oregon Convention Center and close to all the action of Downtown Portland at our host hotel, The Double Tree by Hilton. Cannabis Science Conference attendees receive a special rate of $179/a night. All attendees who book a room at the Double Tree by Hilton Portland will receive a complimentary Portland MAX Light Rail pass to use during your stay.

 

Click here to book your hotel room and receive the 2017 Cannabis Science Conference group rate of $179/a night.

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