Dr. Levan Darjania holds the position of Chief Scientific Officer at VERTICAL Wellness since August 12 of 2019. Dr. Darjania will oversee all science-related projects at the Company. The VERTICAL science team develops innovative products for the medical, wellness and adult consumer markets and focuses on delivering industry-leading results in terms of consistency, quality and efficiency.Before joining VERTICAL, Dr. Levan Darjania served as Vice President of Project Analysis and R&D, overseeing global due diligence and R&D at MJNA Group affiliated companies, operating in the industrial hemp space in USA, EU, and Latin American countries through its subsidiaries.Dr. Darjania brings more than 25 years of experience in both pre-clinical and clinical development and has worked in multiple therapeutic areas with a focus and extensive experience in cancer diseases, advanced formulation, bioanalysis, metabolism, pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics.View the profile
Thuy serves as the Director of Operations and Regulatory Affairs for Hammer Enterprises LLC, one of the largest vertically integrated, ISO 9001:2015 accredited, USDA Organic Certified industrial hemp companies in Colorado and is the first and only cannabis company to be awarded the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s (CDPHE) Environmental Leadership Program (ELP) Achievement Award since 2018. Hammer Enterprises is a custom white label manufacturer offering full-spectrum hemp oil, CBD isolate, concentrates, vapes, tinctures, soft gels, topicals, and edibles. Hammer Enterprises is committed to strict quality control guidelines, ethical standards, and high integrity to deliver pesticide-free, chemical-free, and preservative-free products. Hammer Enterprises is devoted to setting the standard in the industry, promoting public health, public safety, and environmental stewardship.View the profile
Growing up as a son of immigrants, Adel learned the value of hard work firsthand from his parents. He obtained his degree in Biochemistry with an emphasis in Nutritional Biochemistry in 2001, and his MBA from UCLA and has devoted his entire professional career to nutraceuticals. In 2008, Adel founded Lief Labs in an 8,000 sq. ft. facility. Lief has grown into a 114,000 sq. ft. space and is a premier formulation and product development manufacturer of dietary supplements generating more than $50-million worth of product in the last twelve months.View the profile
Michael is the innovator at the helm of Centuria, a Nevada licensed developer of water-soluble phytocannabinoid ingredients and a Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) manufacturer. His ascent to global cannabis leadership is supported by almost 15 years of developing proprietary technology, trade secrets, and navigating ever-changing global regulatory structures. With Michael’s focus on the mechanization of manufacturing processes and ability to quickly and cheaply scale to meet market demand, Centuria is positioned to continue as a global leader of the cannabis industry.View the profile
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Everyone’s selling CBD products; farmers’ markets, gas stations, beer distributors, even a gun store in Western Pennsylvania. The internet is also peppered with throngs of vendors all making claims regarding their products. But when CBD abounds in nearly every type of marketplace, the questions you should be asking are “where did the hemp come from, how was it grown, and who made these products?” These questions are even more relevant considering the cost of CBD-containing products, which are often more expensive than traditional pharmaceutical drugs. Making these inquiries, however, isn’t a recommendation to strictly consumers. Vendors who white-label products made by contract manufacturers should understand their supplier’s processes. Was the material, for example, made in a facility that was certified under good manufacturing practices (GMP)? Facilities that spend the resources to achieve this certification recognize the power it holds, as it provides enhanced translucency and trust that extends downstream to consumers. And when millions of us are consuming increasing quantities of cannabinoids and terpenes, knowing that the products we ingest have been meticulously crafted in well-kept facilities that follow standard operating procedures and adhere to detailed documentation practices can help separate quality manufacturers from those strictly interested in quantity. This panel highlights what GMP entails, and why it’s important for the generation of cannabinoid-derived medicine.
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