NeuroSci101 is an annual free lecture series for high school students offered by the graduate students and post-doctoral fellows in the Collaborative Program in Neuroscience (CPIN) at the University of Toronto. We aim to provide an easily accessible and engaging introduction to a wide range of topics in neuroscience and their relevance to current advances in biomedical research.

Details about the 2021-2022 season are not yet available, but will be coming soon. Due to COVID-19, NeuroSci 101 was hosted virtually on Microsoft Teams in 2020-2021. A decision has not yet been made about whether this will be the case in 2021-2022, so please keep your eye on this page for more information.

To participate in the course, all participants and parents will need to sign the respective permission forms and the media release form found on our website. Students will not be able to attend the course without these forms being on our records.

The NeuroSci101 Organizing Committee

Collaborative Program in Neuroscience