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CPIN 2022-2023 Distinguished Lecturer Nominations


CPIN trainee & faculty members are welcome to nominate potential speakers for the 2022-2023 Distinguished Lectureship Series. Because of physical distancing efforts due to COVID-19, online lecture options from international and local scientists are welcome. The nominations will be reviewed by the CPIN Executive Committee for approval. Your participation is important and contributes to the multidisciplinary nature of the lectureship.

The Collaborative Program In Neuroscience (CPIN) at the University of Toronto is dedicated to promoting a diverse community and particularly welcomes relevant neuroscience speaker nominations that include visible minority groups, women, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, members of sexual minority groups, and others.

Please wait for a confirmation message following submission to ensure that we have received your nomination.


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Name of Nominated Speaker:
Nominated Speaker Position:
Nominated Speaker Institute:
Nominated Speaker Website:
Name of Nominator:
Nominator E-mail Address:
 
Nominator CPIN Membership:
If CPIN Student, please specify your program:
Master
Doctoral
Nominator Department:
Speaker Research Interests:
List of recent or key publications by the Nominated Speaker (minimum 2):
Proposed Date between Sep. 2022 - May 2023 for the Nominated Speaker's CPIN lecture (an approximate date can be listed if a specific visit time is not known):
Pick date
General budget for the Speaker's visit, including expected expenses for CPIN (if applicable):
Suggested Lecture Co-Sponsor(s):
Other Comments: