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INCA - Intervention and Neuropsychology in Cannabis Abuse

INCA (Intervention and Neuropsychology of Cannabis Abuse) is a study combining two research goals. One is to study efficacy of a short intervention the ‘Problem Profile Intervention’, which utilizes individual feedback from a ‘substance problem check-up’. Subjects will randomly receive the ‘Problem Profile Intervention’ or the WHO Brief Intervention, a brief intervention, which has been shown to be efficacious. Currently efficiency studies are under way. The WHO Bri...


Interactions Between Physical Activity and Cannabis Use in Adults

In this study the investigators will explore the relationship between physical activity and cannabis use. The investigators will compare regional brain activation detected by imaging technique(fRMI) before and after exercise in cannabis users and compare results with results from controls. The investigators hypothesize that the regional brain activation in response to visual cues (pictures related to cannabis use and food) will be different in cannabis users than in controls an...

Nabilone in Cannabis Users With PTSD

Despite the prevalence of cannabis use among the PTSD population and self-reports that it is used to help cope with PTSD symptoms, the direct effects of cannabis on PTSD symptomology are unknown. The purpose of this placebo-controlled, within-subject study is to assess the effects of smoked cannabis and orally administered nabilone, a synthetic analog of THC, the primary psychoactive component of cannabis on multiple dimensions of PTSD symptomatology in cannabis smokers with PT...


Using a Field Performance Test on an iPad to Evaluate Driving Under the Influence of Cannabis

This study was authorized by the California Legislature (Assembly Bill 266, the Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act (73) to help with detection of driving under the influence of cannabis. Healthy volunteers will inhale smoked cannabis with either 0% (placebo), 6.7%, or 12.6% Δ9-THC at the beginning of the day, and then complete driving simulations, iPad-based performance assessments, and bodily fluid draws (e.g., blood, saliva, breath) before the cannabis smoking and h...

Effect of Lorcaserin on Cannabis Withdrawal and Self-administration

In this study, the investigators are interested in testing how lorcaserin influences the effects of cannabis in a human laboratory model of cannabis use.

Safety and Efficacy of Cannabis in Tourette Syndrome

For many individuals with Tourette syndrome (TS), available medications do not help with their symptoms, or cause significant side effects. Two small controlled trials have investigated the effect of oral delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), a principal psychoactive ingredient of cannabis, in TS patients. While these trials have shown promising results, the effect sizes were not as large and consistent as those reported by patients with regards to inhaled cannabis (smoked or vap...

The Neural Correlates of Cannabis Use

The purpose of this research study is to determine the temporal course of recovery of CB1R availability and neural oscillations, in cannabis-dependent individuals at baseline, following 48 hour confirmed inpatient abstinence and after four weeks confirmed abstinence. This research will also examine associations between CB1R availability, neural oscillations and cognitive function.

Combined Pharmacotherapy for Cannabis Dependency

The purpose of this study is to see if Lofexidine in combination with Marinol is superior to placebo in achieving abstinence, reducing cannabis use and reducing withdrawal in cannabis-dependent patients seeking treatment for their marijuana use.

Combination of Dronabinol and Clonidine for Cannabis Dependence in Patients With Schizophrenia

Cannabis use disorders are an important public health problem in the United States, but no effective pharmacotherapies are available to treat these disorders. People with schizophrenia are more likely than healthy people to abuse cannabis. Cannabis use may worsen clinical outcomes in this group, making the identification of pharmacotherapy to treat cannabis dependence in those with schizophrenia important. The investigators intend to test the combination of dronabinol, a cann...

Processing and Effects of Cannabis

The purpose of this study is to investigate the processing of cannabis, and to investigate the occurrence of effects of cannabis on the cardiovascular system and the central nervous system; at higher levels of exposure.

Oral Fluid, Plasma and Whole Pharmacokinetics and Stability Following Smoked Cannabis

Background: - Little research has been done on how different components of cannabis (marijuana) appear in oral fluid (i.e., saliva) after smoking. Cannabinoids have been well studied in whole blood, plasma, and urine after cannabis use, but less is known about how cannabinoids appear in oral fluid after controlled drug administration and how long these biomarkers last after use. In addition, the issue of stability of cannabinoids and their glucuronide metabolites is a co...

Cannabis Versus Oxycodone for Pain Relief

This study investigates the ability of cannabis to reduce chronic back and neck pain and to reduce sensitivity to an acute painful stimulus. Cannabis will be compared to both oxycodone and a placebo.

Biobehavioral Effects of Topiramate on Cannabis-Related Outcomes in Adolescents

Cannabis use is a significant public health concern that disproportionately affect youth. Although promising psychosocial interventions are being developed, most youth do not benefit from these interventions alone. Given the clinical demand for effective treatments, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) identified the critical need for data on the tolerability and potential efficacy of medications in adolescents. The purpose of this two-year study is to test if and how t...

Cannabis and Schizophrenia: Self-Medication and Agonist Treatment

The first aim of this study is to determine whether a brain reward center (BRC) deficiency in patients with schizophrenia (SCZ) and cannabis use disorder (CUD) will be normalized when patients are given cannabis or dronabinol. The second aim will serve to further assess the effects of dronabinol on symptoms and medication side effects in this population.

Facilitating the Behavioral Treatment of Cannabis Use Disorder

Cannabis use disorders remain a significant public health problem. The pharmacological facilitation of behavioral treatment represents a promising strategy for addressing disordered cannabis use. Cannabis use disorders are recognized to be associated with various vulnerabilities that complicate the course of treatment and that may be amenable to glutamate modulators. The purpose of this randomized, double-blind, controlled trial is to test various glutamate modulators in conjun...

Treatment for Cannabis Withdrawal and Dependence

Cannabis is the most widely used illicit drug in the United States, and worldwide, with 1 in 10 users estimated to meet diagnostic criteria for cannabis dependence. Avoidance of withdrawal symptoms (e.g., disturbances in mood, sleep, and craving) is a common relapse precipitant. Cannabis use also impairs executive cognitive functions thereby increasing vulnerability to relapse and reducing the ability to benefit from behavioral therapy. There are no pharmacological treatments f...

Effect of Motivational Therapy on Schizophrenia With Cannabis Misuse

Schizophrenia is a severe mental illness with a lifetime morbidity risk close to 1 %, involving both genetic and environmental risk factors. Prospective studies have shown that heavy use of cannabis in adolescence moderately increases the risk of developing schizophrenia. Many data have also suggested that the co-occurrence of cannabis abuse in patients with schizophrenia has a deleterious impact on the clinical outcome of schizophrenia. Cannabis abuse by schizophrenic patients...

Cannabidiol Pharmacotherapy for Adults With Cannabis Use Disorder

We aim to determine Epidiolex's promise as a pharmacotherapy for cannabis use disorder. We hypothesize that Epidiolex, when added to medical management, will result in greater reductions in marijuana use compared to placebo as measured by our 2 primary outcome measures: 1) quantitative THC levels and 2) self-report by Timeline Follow Back. Secondary outcome measures will include treatment retention, patient satisfaction, cannabis withdrawal, cannabis craving, depressive symptom...

Investigation of Cannabis for Chronic Pain and Palliative Care

The use of cannabis for severe medical conditions is being legalized in different states, increasing the mandate to make cannabis legal for medically ill patients. However, there is a lack of placebo-controlled studies investigating the efficacy of cannabis. Dronabinol (synthetic, oral Δ-9-THC) is FDA approved for the appetite stimulation in AIDS-related anorexia and nausea/vomiting in chemotherapy patients. Nabilone, a synthetic analogue of THC, is approved for nausea/vomitin...

The Pharmacokinetics, Safety, and Ease of Use of a Portable Metered-Dose Cannabis Inhaler

Growing evidence supports the use of inhaled cannabis for neuropathic pain; the lack of standard inhaled dosing holds a major obstacle in cannabis becoming a pharmacological treatment for neuropathic pain. The objective of this study is to explore the pharmacokinetics, safety, tolerability, and ease of use of a portable metered-dose inhaler, (i.e. CannaHALER) for cannabis in a cohort of 12 healthy volunteers. In a single escalating dose methodology, open-label study, patients w...

N-Acetylcysteine for Youth Cannabis Use Disorder

This is a 12-week randomized, placebo-controlled trial of N-acetylcysteine for cannabis use disorder (CUD) in youth (N=192). Participants will be randomized to double-blind NAC or PBO, yielding two equally-allocated treatment groups. All participants will receive brief weekly cannabis cessation counseling and medication management. The primary efficacy outcome will be the proportion of negative urine cannabinoid tests during the 12-week active treatment, compared between groups...

Clinical Trial Tobacco Marijuana

Approximately 50% of persons seeking treatment for cannabis-use disorders (CUDs) regularly smoke tobacco. Combining tobacco with cannabis has become a common method of smoking cannabis. Similarities of use, and using together, can make quitting difficult. Stopping tobacco simultaneously with cannabis may be beneficial. Little scientific information currently addresses how to best target tobacco smoking during treatment for CUDs. Our long-term goal is to develop an effective pro...

Gabapentin Treatment of Cannabis Dependence

This is a study to evaluate the efficacy of the medication gabapentin in treating persons with cannabis dependence.

An Open-Label Trial of N-Acetylcysteine in Cannabis Dependent Adolescents

The purpose of this pilot study is to determine the feasibility of conducting a trial of N-Acetylcysteine in cannabis dependent adolescents.

Cannabis for Spasticity in Multiple Sclerosis

The purpose of this study is to learn if the use of inhaled cannabis (marijuana) and oral cannabinoid (dronabinol, Marinol or THC, which is an active ingredient of marijuana) is safe and effective in reducing the symptoms of spasticity and tremor in patients with secondary-progressive or primary progressive multiple sclerosis.


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