The abstract submitted with the application is sufficient. If we think any changes have to be incorporated, we will write to you separately.
All the YIs are required to present posters at the meeting. You can check the times for poster presentations on the YIM 2018 Programme page. SIZE: Poster size (100 cm height X 80 cm width) in portrait orientation only.
AUDIENCE: We advise you to design your poster keeping in mind your audience — Do keep in mind that this is a mixed biology meeting, and many in the audience will not be experts in your subject. CONTENT: As in a typically academic posters we suggest you follow the Introduction, Methods, Results and Conclusion format if you are presenting a study in progress or one that is completed. You could otherwise present a proposed research direction you want feedback on, if you have a young lab. In either case, we advise you to add a short section called “Future Directions” that explains the directions you want your research program or group to take in the next few years. DESIGN: We have a good one and half hours on most days devoted to posters, and suggest you make your posters exciting and attractive. Here are some guides that can help you design effective posters: http://www2.le.ac.uk/offices/ld/resources/presentations/designing-poster/designing-poster Tips on presenting a poster: http://www.lel.ed.ac.uk/~mdowman/mikedowmanhowtogiveaposter_presentation.html
YI Poster session – Everyone will get one full day to display the poster. There will be a dedicated poster session when everyone will visit the poster area.
All poster boards will be numbered. The number corresponds to your number in the YIM 2018 e‑abstract book that you will be given at the YIM 2018 registration desk.