As announced previously, after careful deliberation, and based on the latest public health authority information on COVID-19, the 2020 Rotman Research Institute (RRI) conference and the What’s Next Canada have been changed from an in-person format to an online virtual platform.
RRI Virtual Conference is now LIVE!
We are pleased to announce that the RRI Virtual Conference is live! All archived content will be available online to conference registrants (extended to September 30, 2020).
To make this virtual experience as interactive and enriching as possible, commenting is available on all presentations and posters. Registrants can discuss the science with each other and (where available) ask the presenters questions. Stay tuned for information about live Q+A sessions!
All conference registrants have been emailed a username and password that can be used to access the virtual conference presentations and the virtual poster session. Please have this available when you are ready to log in.
Need the username/password re-sent? Please email us here.
Stay tuned for more information about live Q+A sessions over the next few months.
If there is sufficient interest, the clinical workshops will be rescheduled for a later date. All workshop registrants will be notified by email once a decision has been made.
Code of Conduct
The RRI Virtual Conference is to be a place of open and respectful discussion, scientific debate, and exchange of ideas, free from harassment. The organizers reserve the right to remove any comments that are hostile, defamatory or offensive.
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