10 juin 2021



Stroke Program in NeuroRecovery (SPiN)

The SPiN workshop brings together young researchers from across the world to learn from expert faculty about basic science and clinical stroke research. This four-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 in the field from within and outside of Canada.

All trainees are welcome to apply; however, despite being online this year, we will only be able to accommodate a limited number of spots to be able to keep the breakout groups reasonably small, so apply early! 

Workshop Dates: July 15-16 & 19-20, 2021 (Program spans 4 days)
Location: Virtual via Zoom
Application Deadline: Friday July 2, 2021


  • Learn about the latest techniques and technologies in stroke recovery research via interactive workshops (where possible)
  • Learn about translational approaches in stroke recovery research, from basic science and clinical research perspectives
  • 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



Participating labs include:

  • Julie Bernhardt and Kate Hayward, University of Melbourne
  • Lara Boyd, University of British Columbia
  • Craig Brown, University of Victoria
  • Numa Dancause, Université de Montréal
  • Gail Eskes, Dalhousie University



Trainees AFFILIATED with a CPSR partner institution:  No Fee
Trainees NOT AFFILIATED with a CPSR partner institution:  $150 (Can) plus applicable taxes


REGISTER here: https://https://www.tickettailor.com/events/cpsr/533863



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