The Collaborative Program in Neuroscience is an interdepartmental program for registered graduate students. All students undertaking a graduate program in neuroscience research at a participating academic unit (listed below) under a CPIN faculty member are eligible to apply.
The Collaborative Program in Neuroscience is an inter-departmental program for graduate students and does not issue degrees. Students graduate with a degree from your home department. The Program aims to enrich the training of graduate students in neuroscience and identify their specialization in this area on the degree awarded. Upon graduation, students receive a certificate of completion of the Neuroscience Program.
Collaborative Program in Neuroscience Participating Academic Units
- Department of Biochemistry
- Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology
- Department of Medical Biophysics
- Department of Pharmacology
- Department of Physiology
- Rehabilitation Sciences Institute
- Institute of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering
- Institute of Medical Science
Historical Background of the Collaborative Program in Neuroscience
The Collaborative Program in Neuroscience (CPIN) was formed in 1987 and currently includes 16 graduate departments from 7 faculties and around 300 students and over 400 faculty members. All major areas of current neuroscience research are well represented in the Program.