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The Canadian Neurological Society (CNS) is accepting applications to join the board as Resident Representatives!


The CNS is the national organization for Canadian neurologists and neurology residents. Resident Representatives are the voice for resident members, and chair the Neurology Residents Meeting at the Annual CNSF Congress.


Positions available for 2024-2026

One Junior Resident Rep PGY2, one year term, then can choose to move into the Senior role in the following year.     


Application details:

Please send a statement of interest (200 word maximum) and focused curriculum vitae (2 pages maximum) to: Dr. Emma Woo (, Dr. Cathy Li ( , and Dr. Darek Sokol (


Deadline: May 30th 2024 11:59pm EST


This information is for 'Members Only'.

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Mentorship program

The Canadian Neurological Society (CNS) has created a mentorship program to bolster the professional development of trainees of all levels and early career neurologists by connecting them with experienced neurologists with similar career goals and interests. The Canadian Neurological Society Mentorship Subcommittee has designed a framework for matching mentors and mentees that takes into consideration the diverse landscape and evolving needs of neurology trainees and neurologists across Canada.

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The Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences (CJNS) has a published series of 'resident interviews' with Canadian Leaders in Neurology. These interviews focus on mentorship, career pearls, and the future directions of Canadian neurology.

If you are a Junior member of the CNS and you are interested in interviewing a leader in your profession.

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