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Poster Presentations

The poster presentations are a part of Innovation for Health that is dedicated to give young scientists the stage to showcase their research. All poster presentations of the selected PhD candidates were assessed by the jury, who announced the winner of the Upcoming Scientist Award 2017 at the end of the conference.

Registration for the Poster Presentations is possible now by sending your contact details and poster title and abstract to m.dejong@hyphenprojects.nl. From September 2017 on, a registration form will be available to submit your poster for the Upcoming Scientist Award.  

The Upcoming Scientist Award, the award which PhD students can win with presenting their research on Innovatio for Health, is sponsored by Genmab. Genmab is an international biotechnology company specializing in the creation and development of differentiated antibody therapeutics for the treatment of cancer.

Requirements
+ You are currently enrolled as a PhD candidate.
+ You are working on a life sciences or healthcare topic, and your project must foster innovations in healthcare.
+ You are the main contributor of the project that is presented (first authorship).
+ You submitted a correctly filled in application form no later than November 20th 2017 
+ You are able to pay the participation fee of €100  (this includes a ticket for Innovation for Health 2018).
+ The payment must be made no later than January 25th 2018.

Poster guidelines
+ Size A0, portrait format
+ Written in English in a language that can be understood by educated lay people. Jargons should therefore be avoided.
+ Depending on the letter types, the letter size is not less than 24.
+ The header of the poster consists of the following items: title, abstract, names of author(s), and organisation.
+ The texts are written in a way that is easily readable, preferably in short sentences and using bullet lists.
+ Figures and graphs are labelled and only included when they are relevant for the texts.
+ The poster should not have distracting or unnecessary decorations.

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