Poster presentations and pitches
Moonshots for Health - Communicate your research to key players in Life Sciences & Health
There is no innovation without academic research and some research projects can even lead to truly moonshot innovations.
PhD candidates and postdocs were invited to present their research with a pitch and a poster presentation.
The following candidates were selected to present at Innovation for Health 2020:
- Abudukelimu Abulikemu - The Infrastructure for Systems Biology Europe (ISBE), VU Amsterdam - Acute and chronic inflammation and mast cell activation, In Silico
- Caroline Bulstra - Erasmus MC - Mapping and characterising areas with high levels of HIV transmission in sub-Saharan Africa: a geospatial analysis of national survey data
- Nuoya Chen - HEART Project (University of Macerata and Philips) - Consumer insights on smart health solutions in China
- Larissa Dorsch - Amsterdam UMC, Department of Physiology - Excessive microtubular response in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy caused by MYBPC3 mutations: balance between cellular stability and function
- Shaked Eliyahu - Technion-Israel Institute of technology Department of Chemical Engineering - The Effect of Freeze-Drying on Mucoadhesion and Transport of Acrylated Chitosan Nanoparticles
- Charlotte Poot - Leiden University Medical Center - ‘Ademgenoot’ – a serious game to motivate and empower asthma patients in adherence to their maintenance medication: a user-centered design study
- Robbe Saesen - KU Leuven, EORTC - Re-engineering the process of clinical cancer research in data-driven healthcare systems
- Mirjam Visscher - Erasmus MC - Carotid plaque tissue characterization by MALDI MSI lipid profile
- Tsung-Yen Wu - Deutsches Rheuma -Forschungszentrum (DRFZ) - The control of bystander activation of memory T helper cells in Autoimmune Diseases
"The Innovation for Health conference provides a perfect and broad showcase of current developments in Healthcare. An excellent opportunity to match these developments with your research activities."
~ Attendee 2019
Guidelines to presenters
The participation consisted of two components: the pitch and the poster presentations. Please find the guidelines of the pitch and the poster presentation below:
+ 3-minute pitch presentation summarizing your research
+ A maximum of 3 PowerPoint slides highlighting your research
+ Size A0, portrait format
+ Written in English in a manner that can be understood by educated lay people. Jargon should be avoided.
+ Depending on the font, the font size is not smaller than 24.
+ The texts are written in a way that is easily readable, preferably in short sentences and using bullet lists.
+ Graphs are labelled and only included when they are relevant for the story.
+ The poster should not have distracting or unnecessary decorations.
+ Showcase the overall context of your research and how your results fit in. Focus on the overall scientific/societal problem, the possibilities to solves this, what the contribution of your research is to solving this problem and how your data supports the solution.