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Upcoming Conferences & Meetings 

March 2021

2021 Canada Gairdner Ontario Symposium: Alzheimer’s: Why Haven’t We Solved It Yet? (see event poster)
Event Date:  March 30 and March 31, 2021 
Details: Hosted by Krembil Brain Institute, Johns Hopkins University, Gairdner Foundation, the event will feature world renowned Alzheimer’s researchers on topics ranging from the importance of diversity and inclusion in research to the risk factors that may prevent or delay Alzheimer’s and dementia. Speakers will also be partaking in a 20-30 minute student engagement session after their talk.
For more information or to register, please visit:https://bit.ly/2MsES7t  

Canadian Concussion Centre’s Webinar Series
Event Dates:  25 part series, Bi-Weekly, 6pm-7pm, beginning March 2nd, 2021
Registration and details: https://events.myconferencesuite.com/Canadian_Concussion_Centre_Webinar_Series
Details: Featuring experts on concussion treatment topics. Including exercise therapy, vestibular therapy, mental health, return to work, school and athletics, and more. This webinar series is for people with persisting concussion symptoms, their families, friends, caregivers and health care professionals. This 25 session webinar series is free. This virtual series is sponsored by LiUNA.

April 2021

The Inauguration of The Max Planck - University of Toronto Centre for Neural Science & Technology
Event Date: Wednesday, April 14th, 2021
Details: Meric Gertler, President, University of Toronto, and Martin Stratmann, President, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, invite you to join us online for the ceremonial inauguration of The Max Planck - University of Toronto Centre for Neural Science & Technology.
Registration: https://harthouse-ca.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_I0D5JQQzTLuCuQ1YJHdPsQ
Ceremonial Inauguration
9:00 AM - 9:50 AM 
Scientific Talks
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM 
PLEASE NOTE: CPIN trainees attending the event may fill out the special Lecture Report Form for CPIN Distinguished Lecture credit: