Open to all graduate students, postdocs and fellows.
Monetary prizes will be awarded.
Attendance for invited presenters is complimentary, but advance registration is required.
Poster Presentation Guidelines
- A 4'x6' board will be provided to each presenter.
- Pushpins will be provided.
- If applicable, please acknowledge on your poster any support your project has received from Case CCC funds.
- Posters can be set up from 1-2:15p on July 20. Judging will begin promptly at 2:30p, so all posters must be set up by 2:15p to be eligible for judging.
- Posters will be judged from 2:30-4:30p. It is expected that you will be by your poster during that time and give a ten minute presentation to the judges.
- Poster presentation session will be held from 6-8p.
- Poster awards will be announced at 7p.
- Organization and Visual Presentation- Panel display is logical and aesthetically pleasing
- Student Preparedness- Student is present and prepared to give oral description of research
- Introduction and Background- Student provides sufficient and relevant background for a general audience
- Experimental Design and Data Analysis- Student has designed relevant experiments to test stated hypothesis with controls. Student has applied appropriate analytical methodology
- Conclusions and Future Directions- Conclusions follow from reasonable analysis of date with alternative interpretations explored. Student has designed additional testable hypotheses
- Overall Presentation- Considerations of clarity, organization, poster layout, how well student handles questions
- Abstracts must fit on an 8½" × 11" paper with 1" margins on all sides.
- Include the title and authors at the top, and acknowledgements at the bottom.
- You may have one (1) figure or one (1) table, both in black and white, and illustrations must fit on the same page as the abstract text.
- Please include mentor name and training program (if applicable).
- Submit abstracts to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, July 7 at 5p.