Vendor:Drug Development and Innovation Centre

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Drug Development and Innovation Centre
Type Academic
Industry Academic research, analytic testing
Headquarters 2-35, Medical Sciences Building, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Number of locations 1
Area served Canada
Key people Dr. Raimar Löebenberg
Services Academic research, analytic testing, Cannabis testing

The Drug Development and Innovation Centre (DDIC) at the University of Alberta performs academic research and provides education in the field of pharmaceutical science. The center also analyzes and produces clinical trial materials[1] and performs chemical Cannabis laboratory testing for the country's various cannabis programs.[2][3]


The DDIC was founded in 2009.[4]


The following laboratory locations are known. Services may vary among locations:


Cannabis testing pricing is irrelevant.

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