2021 BRAIN Initiative Investigators Meeting Feedback Survey

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On behalf of the Program Committee, thank you for your participation and contributions to the 2021 virtual BRAIN Initiative Investigators Meeting. We would like you to take ~15 minutes to answer a few questions and provide comments (optional) regarding your meeting experience. Required questions are marked with an asterisk *. This feedback will help in the planning and improvement of future meetings so we can better meet your needs. We hope you share our excitement about the progress the U.S. BRAIN Initiative has already shown, and we appreciate your efforts towards its success.

Thank you for your time.

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* 1. Please indicate your overall satisfaction with the 2021 virtual Brain PI Meeting:

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* 2. What was your main priority when attending this event?

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* 3. Were you able to fulfill your goals within the virtual platform?

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* 4. Who would you recommend this event to (select all that apply):

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* 5. Do you anticipate returning to the virtual platform to access archived content and resources in the next year?

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* 6. Did you find the daily office hours useful for interacting with presenters?

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* 7. What tools, topics or technologies would you like to see covered in future conferences?

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* 8. What are some aspects of the meeting that can be improved upon next year?

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* 9. Do you have any other suggestions or feedback you'd like to share?

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* 10. Please evaluate and/or provide additional feedback on sessions in which you participated or viewed (https://www.brainmeeting2021.com/en/event-agenda), even if it occurred after the original broadcast date for Tuesday, June 15th sessions:

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Plenary, Erich Jarvis
Symposia Session, Karunesh Ganguly
Symposia Session, Dirk Trauner & Ehud Isacoff
Research Highlight Talks
Plenary, Jennifer Doudna

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* 11. Comments on Plenary Presentations (either session):

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* 12. Comments on Symposia (either session):

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* 13. Comments on Research Highlight Talks Session (any sessions):

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* 14. Please evaluate and/or provide additional feedback on sessions in which you participated or viewed (https://www.brainmeeting2021.com/en/event-agenda), even if it occurred after the original broadcast date for Wednesday, June 16th sessions:

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Plenary, Ed Lein 
Symposia Session, Dmitry Rinberg and Elizabeth Hong
Symposia Session, Francis X. Shen
Trainee Highlight Awards Session
Plenary, Mala Murthy

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* 15. Comments on Plenary Presentations (either session):

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* 16. Comments on Symposia (either session):

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* 17. Comments on Trainee Highlight Award Session:

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* 18. Please evaluate and/or provide additional feedback on sessions in which you participated or viewed (https://www.brainmeeting2021.com/en/event-agenda), even if it occurred after the original broadcast date for Thursday, June 17th sessions:

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Plenary, Danielle Bassett 
Symposia Session, Ismail Ahmed, Bianca Jones Marlin & Nancy Padilla-Coreano
Symposia Session, Olivier Berton
Specialty Session, Jamie Talan "Science Communication Workshop: My Dream Job"
Specialty Session, John Ngai and Kafui Dzirasa "Engaging the Next Generation in STEM"
Specialty Session, Edda (Floh) Thiels “NSF NeuroNex Show and Tell” 
Specialty Session, John Ngai and Elba Serrano "Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Dialogue"

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* 19. Comments on Plenary Presentation:

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* 20. Comments on Symposia (either session):

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* 21. Comments on Specialty Sessions (any session):

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* 22. Comments on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Panel Dialogue:

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* 23. Regardless of date of access, please advise on the following

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Regarding the virtual environment:
Navigation within and across the event platform:
Viewing broadcast presentations:
Participating in the live, typed chat topics:
In the networking lounge, how relevant were the chat topics?
How easy was the gamification feature to play, which was tracked on the leaderboard?
If you required help, how easily were you able to secure an answer from the help desk or other resource?
How would you rate the organization (e.g. materials provided) of the Poster Hall?
In the Poster Hall, how would you rate the opportunity for Q&A via chat options?
How would you rate the organization (e.g. materials provided) of the Exhibit Hall?
In the Exhibit Hall, how would you rate the opportunity for Q&A via chat options?
In the Networking Lounge, how would you rate the opportunity for Q&A via chat options?
Thank you for attending the 7th Annual Brain PI meeting and completing this survey.  We look forward to your participation in 2022!

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