> home > Neuroscience Events > CPIN Research Day > Poster Day Archive > CPIN Research Day 2018

CPIN Research Day 2018


CPIN Faculty Registration

CPIN Trainee Registration

Non-CPIN Registration 

The 2018 CPIN Research Day will be held on Thursday, June 14, 2018 at the U of T Medical Sciences Building. The event starts with a workshop on Communication featuring professional storytelling coach Sage Tyrtle, a networking session led by a UofT Career Educator, and talks by CPIN alumni/students on alternative career paths in the morning, followed by Research Poster Presentations by CPIN students and postdoctoral fellows during lunch time. 

The Symposium with the theme of Mental Health will be co-organized by the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute ASR Suicide and Depression Studies Unit, St. Michael’s Hospital, in the afternoon. The event will start with TSN Radio host and mental health advocate Michael Landsberg (Canadian sports journalist and host of TSN Radio’s Landsberg in the Morning) who suffers from generalized anxiety disorder and depression and is a robust supporter for mental health awareness. Three scientific talks will be delivered by U of T Professors Jeffrey MeyerEtienne Sibille, and Kang Lee

2018 Research Day Program Booklet        2018 Research Day Flyer                    




Awards Ceremony 

4:00 – 4:30


4:30 – 5:30

Please register and submit your abstracts through the links below.

Note 1. Only CPIN members are eligible for poster presentation abstract submissions. (Abstract submission is closed now) 

Note 2. For the CPIN faculty members who will be available to serve as the Poster Judge, please register via CPIN Faculty Registration.

Note 3. For the CPIN trainee members who will be available to volunteer at the Research Day, please register via CPIN Trainee Registration.  

CPIN Faculty Registration

CPIN Trainee Registration

Non-CPIN Registration 

2018-ResearchDay Sponsors-3

This event is open to everyone inside and outside U of T. Havequestions or interested in signing up? Email us at cpin.researchday2018@gmail.com or p.neuroscience@utoronto.ca