Where and when does everything start?

This year's registration takes place on Friday, May 2nd in the Leslie L. Dan Pharmacy building found at 144 College Street. The building is right next to the queen's park subway station on the University Street subway line. See below for parking information.

How should I prepare my talk?

Keynote speakers will be given 50 minute time slots for talk and questions. We recommend using at least 5 minutes for questions, but the actual division of time will be left to each speaker's discretion. Standard presentation format is 12 minutes, followed by 3 minutes of questions, for a total of no more than 15 minutes. To ensure equal time for each of our many speakers, scheduling will be strictly adhered to. Please plan your presentation accordingly. An LCD projector, laptop, and overhead projector will be available for each presentation. Please let us know if you have any special requirements that were not indicated with your abstract submission.

How should I prepare my poster?

We request that participants intending to present posters bring posters with a maximum size of 6ft x 4ft. Two poster sessions will take place, one on Friday night and the other during the day on Saturday.

If you wish to print a poster Here in Toronto, we highly recommend the use of UTposter.com, the official poster printing service for CBP 2014. You can print your CBP poster at $3.99/sqft. An additional 10% discout is offered to all CBP registrants. www.utposter.com with 10% off coupon code "cbp2014". A proof will be emailed back to you, to ensure that the final product is to your liking. You may pick up your poster from UTposter (Bloor & Spadina) or at the conference site on May 2nd during registration. There are no other shipping options available. Payment by cash or lab credit card only (no personal credit cards) at pickup. If you have any questions or inquiries, please email order@utposter.com

Where can I park?

Unfortunately, exploring this topic fully requires more time and space than is available. Some quick recommendations for parking on campus can be found on the University of Toronto parking map. We recommend the following locations for convienience:

Bahen Centre (BA): Note, you need to find the stairway exit, not the elevator exit because the elevator exit leads to inside the building, which is closed off.

Rotman Building (RT)

Graduate House (GD)

King's College Circle is another option, but please check its availability for overnight parking.

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