Digital Scientific Posters

Image of Person Using a Digital Poster ScreenNSH provides a digital poster experience for presenters and attendees. The digital format allows presenters the opportunity to include audio and video enhancements.  In addition, it eliminates the need for the poster tube, and allows you to connect with attendees who may have missed you on the show floor, or extend your content to NSH members who were not able to attend at all.  Like traditional formats, the NSH Digital Poster Gallery at the Symposium/Convention allows for the casual exchange of key scientific breakthroughs, emerging innovations, and new trends within the histology and laboratory community - but our digital experience also allows attendees to connect with you even if you are not standing next to the poster.  You can design an individual poster or make it a laboratory effort! 

Key Requirements

  • All poster submissions are considered accepted upon successful transmission of the poster abstract.  The NSH Poster Team may reach out to individuals if there are questions or modifications needed. 
  • Poster presenters are required to be registered for the Symposium/Convention.
  • Poster presenters will be assigned a 30 minute presentation slot that is part if the NSH Convention Program.
  • Your poster and all enhancements must be submitted by August 21, 2020 - failure to submit on time may result in the removal of your poster from our program and will reduce your overall score assigned by the Poster Judging Team. 


Abstract Submission Opens: March 1, 2020
Abstract Submission Deadline: July 17, 2020
Digital Poster Due: August 21, 20120

Expand Your Audience!

Poster Podcasts!  When you present with the NSH you have the chance be interviewed for NSH’s 5th Annual Poster Podcasts.  These podcasts are an excellent way to expand your audience, so your science and work reaches a larger audience.  Podcasts are released twice a week following the convention.  Checkout last year’s podcasts by visiting the Block, or search for us on iTunes, key word HistoTalks. 


 

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