Collaborative Program in Neuroscience Research Day 2018

Jun 14, 2018

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9:30am–5:30pm
Conference

Details

U of T’s Collaborative Program in Neuroscience (CPIN) welcomes you to our 18th Annual CPIN Research Day. This year’s Research Day is Thursday, June 14, with the theme of Mental Health. The event is open to all: undergraduates, Graduate students, postdocs, faculty, and everyone inside and outside U of T. The event begins with a morning workshop on Effective Networking and Communication. It features professional storytelling coach Sage Tyrtle, a networking session led by a U of T Career Educator, and talks by CPIN alumni and students on alternate, non-academic career paths. This is followed by poster presentations by CPIN students, including a virtual reality demonstration where you can rotate and visualize molecules in real-time. The afternoon Mental Health Symposium features Michael Landsberg, TSN host and mental health advocate. We then have presentations by U of T faculty members on the science behind mental health (Professors Jeffrey Meyer, Etienne Sibille, and Kang Lee).


Come join us for a day of networking, unique presentations, and discussions on mental health. Learn from leaders in mental health and the neuroscience field. See the attached poster for more details.

Any questions or interested in signing up? Email us at cpin.researchday2018@gmail.com or p.neuroscience@utoronto.ca

Location

Medical Sciences Building, U of T
1 King's College Circle
Toronto, Ontario
M5S 1A8
2018-06-14 13:30:00 2018-06-14 21:30:00 UTC Collaborative Program in Neuroscience Research Day 2018 U of T’s Collaborative Program in Neuroscience (CPIN) welcomes you to our 18th Annual CPIN Research Day. This year’s Research Day is Thursday, June 14, with the theme of Mental Health. The event is open to all: undergraduates, Graduate students, postdocs, faculty, and everyone inside and outside U of T. The event begins with a morning workshop on Effective Networking and Communication. It features professional storytelling coach Sage Tyrtle, a networking session led by a U of T Career Educator, and talks by CPIN alumni and students on alternate, non-academic career paths. This is followed by poster presentations by CPIN students, including a virtual reality demonstration where you can rotate and visualize molecules in real-time. The afternoon Mental Health Symposium features Michael Landsberg, TSN host and mental health advocate. We then have presentations by U of T faculty members on the science behind mental health (Professors Jeffrey Meyer, Etienne Sibille, and Kang Lee). Come join us for a day of networking, unique presentations, and discussions on mental health. Learn from leaders in mental health and the neuroscience field. See the attached poster for more details. Any questions or interested in signing up? Email us at cpin.researchday2018@gmail.com or p.neuroscience@utoronto.ca 1 King's College Circle - Medical Sciences Building, U of T discovery.commons@utoronto.ca
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