St George Campus

Neuroscience Distinguished Lectureship Series

The CPIN program hosts the Neuroscience Distinguished Lectureship Series for visiting scientists, featuring the CPIN Distinguished Lectures, the CPIN Emerging Leaders in Neuroscience Lectures, the Julius Axelrod Distinguished Visiting Neuroscientist Lectures, and the keynote lectures at the annual CPIN Research Day.

These lectures are an integral part of the program requirements for CPIN students, providing them with valuable opportunities to engage with leading experts in neuroscience and enrich their academic journey.

CPIN trainee & faculty members are welcome to nominate potential speakers for the 2022-2023 Distinguished Lectureship Series. Because of physical distancing efforts due to COVID-19, online lecture options from international and local scientists are welcome.  The nominations will be reviewed by the CPIN Academic/Executive Committees for approval. Your participation is important and would be greatly appreciated. 
CPIN Trainees: please fill in the form as a record of your attendance to the Distinguished Lectureship Series within one week of attending the talk.
New Lectures
New lectures will be added as they are confirmed throughout the term. Confirmed lectures will also be announced via email to all CPIN members.