Upload Your Digital Poster by 28th August at the latest
Prepare your poster as you would normally do for printing, and submit your final poster as both PDF and JPEG files online, no later than the extended deadline of 28th August 2020. Late posters may not be included in the symposium programme.
Name your poster files as follows: <your surname>-APT20V-Poster.pdf | <your surname>-APT20V-Poster.png | <your surname>-APT20V-Poster.jpg, etc. For example, for David Jones, name your file as Jones-APT20V-Poster.pdf. DO NOT name your poster files as, e.g., Oxford-poster, Aptamers2020v, Oxford-aptamers-poster. Such files will be automatically rejected.
Posters will be made available via a secure page to the symposium participants before the meeting.
Posters presenters will also have the opportunity to introduce their poster in a short, 60 second presentation, using a single PowerPoint slide, during their allocated break each day. If you have any questions, please get in touch with your session chairs – Dr Sarah Shigdar (firstname.lastname@example.org) for presentations on 03rd September, or Dr Maureen McKeague (email@example.com) for presentations on 4th September.
There will be two ways to interact with the poster presenters:
- the participants will be able to ask questions via the Zoom chatbox during the mid-conference break each day; and/or
- the participants can post their questions on Twitter at any time using the meeting hashtag #AptaOx20V, as well as the poster specific hashtag (given under each poster abstract – see http://libpubmedia.co.uk/aptamers-2020-virtual/posters-guidelines) – do tag @AptamerSociety in your tweets
The poster presenters should regularly check Twitter for any questions about their posters before, during and after the meeting, and post their answers on Twitter using appropriate hashtags, as above.
Any further information about the poster presentations at this meeting will be posted on the website.