July 31, 2019

This year the Stroke Program in Neurorecovery (SPiN) Workshop will be held in Toronto on November 19-22, 2019.  For the multi-day workshop, we have created interactive activities, specifically designed for trainees focused on stroke recovery research! We will have presentations, hands-on lab demonstrations, dedicated time with stroke survivors, and lots of time for networking!
 
Trainees will interact with a host of researchers from the Baycrest, Sunnybrook, and Toronto Rehab, including, Drs. Nicole Anderson, Mark Bayley, Sandra Black, Avril Mansfield, Jed Meltzer, and Elizabeth Rochon, to name a few. Click on the following link to preview the preliminary agenda.
Objectives of the meeting are:
 
• Listen to lectures about the latest approaches in stroke recovery research, from a basic science and clinical research perspective
• Learn about the latest techniques and technologies relevant for stroke recovery via interactive workshops
• Learn about the latest stroke rehabilitation therapies used with patients
• Network with your peers and get to know other research labs
• Interact closely with internationally-recognized scientists
 
If you are a trainee working in stroke recovery research, this workshop is not to be missed!
 
To apply, please click on the following link and complete the application form: 2019 SPiN Application Form.
 
All trainees are welcome to apply; however, we will only be able to accommodate a limited number of spots, so apply early!
CPSR provides funding for travel & accommodations for trainees working at one of the CPSR's eight partnering core sites. Specific details about maximum subsidies can be found here.
 
Application Deadline to apply for 2019 SPiN Workshop: Friday September 06, 2019
 
Please direct any questions about SPiN 2019 to farrell@canadianstroke.ca