SCT Breakout Leader Sign-Up
Please fill out the following form if you are interested in being a breakout leader for this year's (10th Annual) StemCellTalks (SCT) Symposium.

Event details:
Where: UofT Campus, Myhal Auditorium
When: Friday, Feb.22, 2019 (9am-3pm) -- lunch will be provided!
What: As a breakout leader, you will facilitate discussions in groups of ~8 high school students (gr.11-12) about the uses of stem cells in research, in the clinic and general stem cell ethics.

We are looking for people that have experience with stem cell research or regenerative medicine as a whole. This year's theme is macular degeneration/retinal stem cells, but don't worry! You don't have to be an expert on it! We will have a short 2-3hr training session prior to our event to go through answer keys (pizza will be provided here!). We will also have ~20min session during our symposium where you will have the chance to talk with students about your project or research experience, and they can ask you questions about what it's like being in graduate school/a researcher.

If you're interested in volunteering your time to talk about passionate gr.11+12 students about the cool stuff you are doing - please sign up! Any questions? Please email me at .

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Are you a UofT affiliated member? *
Are you registered with Let's Talk Science *
Our breakout leaders must be members of Let's Talk Science (the registration is simple and quick) - StemCellTalks is an event that branches from the non-profit organization of Let's Talk Science. You can register here -->
Are you free 9am-3:30pm on Friday, Feb. 22nd? *
In special circumstances, where you are only available for half a day, please email me separately ( but note that not all requests will be honoured depending on interest.
Do you have any dietary restrictions?
Please provide a short blurb about who you are, what you're studying and why you think you would make a good breakout leader. (Max.600characters) *
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