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Title: Poster Presentation of Research Work


1
Poster Presentation of Research Work
  • UNLV Graduate Professional Student Association
    2006
  • Karl Kingsley, PhD
  • Assistant Professor School of Dental Medicine

2
Background Kingsley
  • Graduate professional student poster
    presentations
  • UNLV-GPSA, BAGS (Biology dept.)
  • Genetics Society of American (GSA)
  • American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB)
  • Faculty poster presentations
  • ASCB
  • American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular
    Biology (ASBMB)
  • Experimental Biology (FASEB)
  • Mentor
  • American Association for Dental Research (AADR)
  • SDM Table Clinic
  • ASCB

3
Mechanics
  • Poster size/space allocation
  • Poster design (whole/pieces)
  • Poster format (customary)
  • Title, authors, affiliations (contact info.)
  • Program , Board , Session
  • Summary or abstract
  • Introduction
  • Theory or methodology
  • Results
  • Conclusions
  • Further work
  • Acknowledgements
  • Citations

4
Information gathering
  • What is the objective of the investigation?
  • Has someone done the work before?
  • How have I gone about with the study?
  • Why did I follow this particular route of
    investigation?
  • What are the principles governing the technique
    that I am using?
  • What assumptions did I make and what were my
    justifications?
  • What problems did I encounter?
  • What results did I obtain?
  • Have I solved the problem?
  • What have I found out?
  • Are the analyses sound?

5
Answer these questions.
  • What are you trying to say?
  • How will you say it?
  • How did you do it?
  • Why does this matter?
  • Who did what?
  • Why is this important?

6
Know thyself
  • Tips for YOU (the presenter)
  • Include pertinent methods
  • Include sources of reagents
  • Outline important points (nervousness)
  • Create a logical flow

7
Know thine audience
  • FONT sizes consistency (3 ft. rule)
  • Give complete information, if possible
  • Use only data supporting the data, the abstract
    or your conclusions
  • Answer questions in case youre NOT there
  • Poster on display longer than presenter
  • Other meeting scheduling conflicts

8
Tips
  • Label graphs and figures!!!!
  • X-axis, Y-axis, SE or SD????
  • Spell check
  • Give yourself added time
  • Email/web-based services for printing
  • e.g. Kinko's

9
References
  • Format http//lorien.ncl.ac.uk/ming/Dept/Tips/pr
    esent/posters.htm
  • Printing
  • http//fedex.kinkos.com
  • Abstract writing http//www.personal.rdg.ac.uk/k
    cshuwil/cme/abstract.html

10
BAD example
Different font sizes Unnecessary data No
contact information No conclusion No citations No
introduction No acknowledgements
11
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