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CSIN Special Lecture Report & Evaluation Form: CPIN Research Day Symposium "Frontiers in Neuroscience"

CPIN Trainees: Please fill in the below online Lecture Report & Evaluation Form as a record of your attendance to the CPIN Research Day Symposium "Frontiers in Neuroscience" within one week of attending. Please note that the date and time of your Lecture Report Form submission is recorded. Please wait until all event talks are completed before submitting your form.

Both scientific talks must be included in the form in order to receive one credit towards the CPIN Distinguished Lectures requirement. 

To ensure that the form has been received by us, please wait for a confirmation message upon submission. We recommend Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox to fill the form. 

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Trainee Name:
Trainee ID Number (Students should enter their UofT Student Number; Please enter N/A if you are a Postdoc):
E-mail address:
 
Research Institution:
Graduate Department:
Program:
PhD
MA
MASc
MHSc
MPH
MSc
Postdoctoral Fellowship
Scientific Talks at the CPIN Research Day Symposium "Frontiers in Neuroscience"
Wednesday, June 30th, 2021
Please be concise; limit answers to 1-2 brief points.
FIRST TALK: Dr. Marla B. Sokolowski
Talk Title:
The main focus of the lecture:
List the most important information that you have learned from this talk:
List one question that you have asked or would like to ask the speaker:
What I have learned from this lecture includes: (please check all that apply to you)
a new field
a new concept
a new discovery
a new method/technique
a new application of the method/technique
a new animal model for a disease
a new or potential clinical intervention/treatment
how to ask a specific question
how to design experiments and/or validate a method
how to be critical of the results
None of the above
The information that I have learned from this talk can be applied to my own research:
The lecture was clearly delivered:
The lecture was inspirational:
SECOND TALK: Dr. Shirley X.Y. Wu
Talk Title
The main focus of the lecture:
List the most important information that you have learned from this talk:
List one question that you have asked or would like to ask the speaker:
What I have learned from this lecture includes: (please check all that apply to you)
a new field
a new concept
a new discovery
a new method/technique
a new application of the method/technique
a new animal model for a disease
a new or potential clinical intervention/treatment
how to ask a specific question
how to design experiments and/or validate a method
how to be critical of the results
None of the above
The information that I have learned from this talk can be applied to my own research:
The lecture was clearly delivered:
The lecture was inspirational:
I certify that I have personally attended all talks at this event & completed this form which will be kept as a record in the CPIN office
Agree