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Scientific Poster Design

Geena Paramel Varghese

canary marine

on 4 October 2012

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Geena Paramel Varghese Scientific Poster Design geenapvarghese@gmail.com geenapvarghese@gmail.com Geena Paramel Varghese A short Title,
An Introduction to your burning question,
An overview of your trendy Experimental approach,
Your amazing Results,
Some insightful Discussion of aforementioned results,
A listing of previously published articles that are important to your research
Some brief acknowledgement of the tremendous assistance and financial support conned from others 100X200cm 42X90cm 36X48 cm 91X122 cm Posters with 800 words or less are ideal.
Size-18 X 24; 24 X 36 inches
Use an active voice
Text -24, Headings- 36
Use a serif font (e.g., Times) for most text - easier to read
Sans-serif font (e.g., Helvetica) OK for titles and headings
Minimize text - use images and graphs instead.
Use italics instead of underlining.
Avoid using dark backgrounds. Poster preparation Maximum length: 1-2 lines
Avoid “title case” (e.g "The Control Of Gene") or “all caps” and use sentence case (e.g “The control of gene").
Avoid titles with colons, to inject humor into an otherwise mind-numbing poster topic
E.g Attack of the Crohn's: contribution of chromosome 16 allelic variants to inflammatory bowel disease progression. Title Maximum length: approximately 200 words.
Hypothesis Introduction Use figures and tables to illustrate experimental design
Use flow charts
Maximum length: approximately 200 words. Methods Mention whether experiment worked
Describe qualitative and descriptive results.
Specifically addresses the hypothesis
Place tables and figures with legends.
Maximum length: approximately 200 words, not counting figure legends
Graph titles : add miniature illustrations Result (largest section) ,eps simple 2-dimensional Add a thin gray or black border details on graphs and photographs can be comfortably viewed from 6 feet away miniature illustrations Graph titles Never give your graphs colored backgrounds, grid lines, or boxes Graph and Figures Hypothesis and result
State whether your hypothesis was supported
Discuss why your results are conclusive and interesting
Maximum length: Approximately 200 words.
Relevance of your findings to other published work, future directions Conclusion journal article that supports your fact
Reference: 1- 4 References/ Literature cited Example:
1.Villani AC, Lemire M, Fortin G, Louis E, Silverberg MS, Collette C, et al. Common variants in the NLRP3 region contribute to Crohn's disease susceptibility. Nat Genet. 2009 Jan;41(1):71-6.
2. Folkersen L, van't Hooft F, Chernogubova E, Agardh HE, Hansson GK, Hedin U, et al. Association of genetic risk variants with expression of proximal genes identifies novel susceptibility genes for cardiovascular disease. Circ Cardiovasc Genet. 2010 Aug;3(4):365-73. Use this section to provide your e-mail address, your web site address, and perhaps a URL where they can download a PDF version of the poster
Maximum length: approximately 20 words.
Use Contact cards(Optional). For Further Information Equipment donation, statistical advice, laboratory assistance
conflicts of interest and conflicts of commitment
Maximum length: approximately 40 words Acknowledgement http://www.postergenius.com
http://www.postersw.com Softwares Thank you
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