The Toronto Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research Consortium (TC3) is pleased to invite submissions for our
4th Annual Research and Innovation Symposium
happening on Thursday May 30, 2024, at MaRS, Toronto
The deadline for abstract submissions has been extended to March 4, 2024.
Please note that the symposium will be held entirely in-person.
Expected to attract a broad range of external partners and stakeholders, the symposium will provide an excellent opportunity to showcase your research not only to your colleagues from the University of Toronto and Toronto Academic Health Sciences Network, but also to gain exposure to a diverse network of delegates from cannabis/noid-related fields.
The program will include an exciting roster of invited keynote lectures as well as talks, data blitzes and posters from local researchers, trainees and TC3 fellows on the latest cannabis and cannabinoid-related research and innovation. Join us for an opportunity to network, share research findings, discuss opportunities for innovation, and build links and new collaborations!
Abstracts topics should be on cannabis and cannabinoid-related research. Presentations may be on:
research questions that your lab is tackling and for which input or collaboration are sought
research platforms/techniques/capabilities within your lab that can be shared or leveraged for a collaboration.
A limited number of submitted abstracts may be selected for an oral presentation. Decisions on abstract acceptance status and whether your abstract was accepted for a poster or an oral presentation will be rendered in early March 2024. Please note that if your abstract is selected for an oral presentation, you may opt to also do a poster presentation.
Please upload abstracts in MS word format onto this MS Form (http://tinyurl.com/nhccbwat ). Please note that you will require your UofT UTORID to submit the form. If you are a member of the hospital network and do not have a UTORID, please contact Noufissa Kabli for submission instructions.
The following format must be followed for all abstract submissions:
Make the abstract title in ALL CAPS/UPPERCASE format.
List all authors and their affiliations.
Underline and bold the presenting author(s).
Abstracts must be no longer than 300 words.
All authors must list their funding sources along with conflicts of interest (these statements are not included in the abstract word count)
Please note that you must be a TC3 faculty member, trainee (undergrad, grad, postdoc) or research associate/staff to submit an abstract. If you are not already a faculty or trainee member, you can join by completing the membership form. It’s fast and simple (Faculty join HERE – Trainees join HERE).
Please direct any inquiries about poster presentations to Noufissa Kabli