Title in 72 pt. Arial Authors: 60 pt.

Title in 72 pt. Arial
Authors: 60 pt. Arial
Affiliation: 60 pt. Arial
Background
Before you create your
poster, check to see if the
conference you are
attending has specific poster
formatting requirements. If
so, follow these.
This template is a standard
36x48. It should be printed at
100% for this size.
Keep your Background
section brief and focused.
Aim for 3-5 bullet points at
most.

Results
Images entered into your slide should be at least 200 DPI resolution. To check the image
resolution, view the image at 200% on this slide. The image should be crisp and clear.
Save images to be inserted into your poster as TIFF files (.tif); greyscale or RGB.
JPG Files Should Not Be Inserted into Your Poster.
(If you have a jpg file, open it in Photoshop or Adobe and resave as .tif file before Inserting into
PowerPoint.)
GIF Files Should Not Be Inserted into Your Poster.
(If you have a gif file, open it in Photoshop or Adobe and resave as .tif file before Inserting into
PowerPoint.)

Limitations
List 2-4 limitations here.
Many people will read your
conclusions and future
directions first, before
deciding to read the rest of
your poster. Make these
compelling, but brief and
aligned with your objectives
and results.

To Add Tables or Graphs:
To Insert graphs or tables from Microsoft Excel or Word, select the Insert menu, point to
Insert Object, click the appropriate application. Or COPY then PASTE SPECIAL.

Objectives/Aims
List 1-3 main objectives or
aims of your study.
Use bullet points

Methods
Body text of 36 point in Arial
or Times New Roman is
ideal.

Files from Non-Microsoft applications use SAVE AS or EXPORT to create a PICT, TIF, or
EPS file then insert into your PPT document - on the Insert menu, point to Insert Picture,
click From File.

Conclusions
List 1-2 conclusions or
implications of your work.

PLEASE SEND YOUR POSTER TO YOUR CO-AUTHORS FOR REVIEW AT LEAST 2
WEEKS BEFORE YOUR DEADLINE.
FREE PRINTING: We will print your poster for free if you send it to Michelle at least 2 weeks
before its due. Send your poster as .PPTX file and .PDF. Specify what size poster you want
in your email.

Future Directions
Bring 25-30 8/5 X 11 hard
copy colored print outs of
your poster to hand out.
Poster sessions are a great
way to network, so be
prepared to share your work
and contact information!

If you miss the deadline for submitting your poster to us for free printing, you may still get your poster
printed by BiotechProductions but you must cover the costs. You can place your order via their website
biotech-productions.com. Or, call them at 650-369-4541. You must submit your printed poster to us in
advance of the start of poster session. Please contact us to confirm your plans to submit a printed poster
and for additional information regarding deadlines and procedures getting the printed poster to us in
time.

Acknowledgments: Include a brief section acknowledging those who have contributed to your research. This should include any sources of financial support and the names of individuals who
contributed substantially to your work. You do not need to include your co-authors names here.
Contact Information: Include your contact information including your name, email address and year of training.

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