MGC Pharma taps RMIT to build ‘Google of medicinal cannabis’ – Projects – SoftwarePosted by On


ASX-listed MGC Pharmaceuticals has partnered with RMIT to develop a digital platform to help doctors wade through the mountain of conflicting evidence on medical marijuana to find the best solution for their patients.

The International Library of Cannabinoids (ILC), dubbed the “Google of medicinal cannabis” by MGC Pharma’s co-founder Roby Zomer, will provide doctors with a portal to clinical research and information on different cannabinoid sequences and their potential treatments.

Associate professor in biotechnology at RMIT, Nitin Mantri, said the ILC database collects “comprehensive information about strains (including genetics, grow conditions and chemical profile) and clinical trials (including details of diseases and follow up treatments”.

“This data will over time benefit doctors and industry to choose the right strain for treating a specific…

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