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2017 Trainee Webinar Series – Trainees presenting to Trainees

This webinar series has been created to allow trainees working in stroke recovery research the opportunity to present to other trainees in an informal online presentation series. All trainees are invited to attend the webinars. We have a full list of speakers scheduled for the year! 

To view the complete schedule, please click 2017 Trainee Webinar Schedule. Make sure to add upcoming dates to your calendars! 

  • CPSR NTA Webinar Series is held on the last Monday of the month between 2-3PM EST. 
  • Each webinar will be approximately 30 minutes in length (15 minute presentations and 15 minutes for Questions & Answers).
  • 2 speakers will present per session (one from 2:00PM – 2:30PM and the other from 2:30PM – 3:00PM).

If you are a trainee interested in stroke recovery research, then this is the webinar for you! Join Us!

 

2017 Stroke Program in Neurorecovery (SPiN) Workshop

September 2017, Calgary, Alberta

This year’s CPSR Stroke Program in Neurorecovery (SPiN) is being planned for September 2017 in Calgary, Alberta (in conjunction with the CPSR Advances in Stroke Recovery meeting and the Canadian Stroke Congress). We are busy creating an engaging multi-day workshop full of activities and specifically designed for trainees interested in stroke recovery research! Similar to last year, we are planning to have multiple hands-on lab demonstrations and interactive presentations, a keynote presentation, dedicated time with scientists and stroke survivors, and plenty of time for networking! 

The SPiN workshop brings together young researchers from across the country to learn from expert faculty about basic science and clinical stroke research. This two-day workshop is targeted for trainees (primarily, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows) and will be an excellent opportunity to network with other trainees and faculty from across the country. You can find a preliminary program agenda here.  

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.

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 hands-on 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

Apply online here: Online SPiN 2017 Application Form

Application Deadline to apply for 2017 SPiN Workshop: 5pm EDT Friday July 14, 2017

If you are a trainee working in stroke recovery research, this workshop is not to be missed!

Contact Information
Please send any questions or ideas to the CPSR NTA Executive at training@canadianstroke.ca or to Farrell Leibovitch, CPSR Director, Research & Training at farrell@canadianstroke.ca.

 

Calling All Trainees – Are we going to the same conference?

Let us know!

With conference season approaching we would like to take an active role in facilitating formal and perhaps less formal get-togethers for NTA trainees who may be attending the same conference. If you plan on attending any conferences this fall (such as Canadian Stroke Congress, Society for Neuroscience (SfN), etc.), please send us a quick email (training@canadianstroke.ca) with the name and date of the conference. Depending on the number of trainees that will attend each conference we will organize a small social event or get-together . Even if only a couple trainees attend a given conference, we would still like to provide you with the opportunity to meet face-to-face as strengthening connections among stroke trainees across the country is an integral part of our mandate.