The Collaborative Program in Neuroscience (CPIN) is the largest collaborative graduate program in the University of Toronto. It adds the neuroscience specialization as a notation to participating masters and doctoral students. The CPIN recognizes graduate courses in neuroscience, identifies/organizes distinguished neuroscience lectures, and hosts an annual poster presentation event. The CPIN also provides volunteer opportunities through organizing high school outreach activities to enhance the leadership training of its graduate students.
Please download the CPIN Annual Report (2015-2016)
This CPIN 2015-2016 Report summarizes the major activities and progress achieved during the past academic year that adheres with our general principles: Conceive, Collaborate, and Consolidate. The core vision of CPIN is to attain international recognition and leadership in neuroscience graduate education, and thus research. We believe that the conception of neuroscience innovation can only be accomplished through meaningful collaboration, leading to the unparalleled consolidation of developments and accomplishments in the field of neuroscience. We are presently supported by 16 academic departments from 7 faculties (Faculty of Arts and Science, Faculty of Dentistry, Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Music, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, Faculty of Public Health and Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto) as per the Memorandum of Agreement. The scope for collaboration is virtually limitless and we aim to encourage greater heights of academic and research success for CPIN members and the University as a whole.
The previous Annual Reports are archived below.
- CPIN Annual Report (2015-2016)
- CPIN Annual Report (2014-2015)
- CPIN Annual Report (2013-2014)
- CPIN Annual Report (2012-2013)
- Collaborative Program in Neuroscience Annual Reports 2004-2008
- UTNP Annual Reports 2008-2011