The purpose of the posters is to generate interest in laboratory technology and to share knowledge of a specific or unique nature. Poster Sessions provide an effective means of stimulating discussion and allow for a more personal exchange of ideas. You can design an individual poster or make it a laboratory effort!
Poster presenters are required to be registered for the Symposium/Convention. Poster presenters are eligible to earn 3.0 contact hours for their submission.
Submission Deadline: The deadline for submitting a scientific poster has passed. If you are still interested in submitting a poster please contact, Aubrey Wanner, email@example.com.
Acceptance/Rejection Notification: On August 1, 2017 - sent via email
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|Expand Your Audience in 2-Ways!
Podcasts! When you present with the NSH you have the chance be interviewed for NSH’s 2nd Annual Podcasts. Last year NSH delivered 20 interviews with poster presenters so that they could talk more about research and their process. These are released twice a week following the convention and allow the chance to expand your audience to attendees who couldn’t make it to your poster, and larger audience that couldn’t make it to the show. Checkout last year’s podcasts!
Publish in JOH: Presenters interested in publishing their poster via an extended abstract in The Journal of Histotechnology should indicate so in their submission email. An electronic version of your poster must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by September 1, 2017. Your email should also include the following statement “information contained in poster has not been published or submitted for publication elsewhere.”