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Young Researcher Seminar Series

The Young Researcher Seminar Series is a platform launched to showcase the outstanding work and achievements of senior CPIN trainees while allowing them to develop their presentation skills and receive invaluable feedback from CPIN faculty members and fellow peers.

The format of the Young Researcher Seminar Series includes a 20 minute presentation followed by a 5 minute question period from the audience. Our next date for the Young Researcher’s Seminar is Thursday, December 12, 2019 at 4:00pm. 

CPIN is accepting nominations for the Young Researcher Seminar Series. PIs may nominate their graduate and/or postdoctoral students by emailing the CPIN Office at p.neuroscience@utoronto.ca  

December 2019

CPIN  Young Researcher Seminar Series 
Speaker | Ann Gong, Graduate Student, Laboratory of Dr. Hong-Shuo Sun, Department of Physiology, U of T
Title | TRPM7 channel signaling pathways in a glioblastoma cell line
Date | Thursday, December 12, 2019
Time | 4:00 PM
Location | MSB 3278, Medical Sciences Building, 1 King’s College Circle
Host | Dr. Hong-Shuo Sun, Associate Professor, Departments of Surgery, Physiology, and Pharmacology, IMS, and Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, U of T


October 2018

Krembil Research Institute Seminar Series  (event poster)
Speaker | Brenda Varriano, Graduate Student, Laboratory of Dr. Carmela Tartaglia, Krembil Research Institute, University Health Network
Title | The prevalence of vestibular and cognitive impairment, and the feasibility of vestibular rehabilitation in seniors experiencing falls
Date | Friday,October 12, 2018
Time | 1:00 PM
Location | Main Auditorium WW 2 – 401, Toronto Western Hospital
Host | Dr. Carmela Tartaglia, Clinician Investigator, Krembil Research Institute; 
Assistant Professor, Medicine, Division of Neurology and the Institute of Medical Science