Schedule for poster display
- Posters will be on display from Saturday, May 27 (09:30 hrs) to Monday, May 29 (17:45 hrs).
- Poster mounting will be done from Saturday, May 27 onwards (09:30 hrs)
- Removal will be done on Monday, May 29 in the afternoon.
Times for Poster Viewing with authors
Each poster topic will be discussed in 4 groups:
Poster Group A: 10.15-11.15 hrs on Sunday, May 28 for posters with board numbers ending with “A” (e.g. P01.01A)
Poster Group B: 16.45-17.45 hrs on Sunday, May 28 for posters with board numbers ending with “B” (e.g. P01.01B)
Poster Group C: 10.15-11.15 hrs on Monday, May 29 for posters with board numbers ending with “C” (e.g. P01.01C)
Poster Group D: 16.45-17.45 hrs on Monday, May 29 for posters with board numbers ending with “D” (e.g. P01.01D)
Should it not be possible for one of the authors to be present during the times above, they are encouraged to leave a note on their poster board detailing the times of their presence at the board.
Due to EACCME regulations, authors are requested to disclose possible conflicts of interest on the poster.
This year, the 19 Best Posters were selected for a short oral presentation (2 minutes) in the Concurrent Session C03, on Saturday, May 27, 18.30 – 19.10 hrs. After the presentation of all posters, the authors and the audience will proceed to the electronic posters in front of the lecture hall for discussion with the authors for the remainder of the session.
A list of these posters can be found here.
Poster Award Candidates
The ESHG proposes the ESHG Poster Awards for the best posters presented by Young Investigators at the meeting. The two winners (one in clinical, the other in basic research) will receive a prize money of EUR 500, a complementary ESHG online membership for one year as well as a free particpation in next year’s conference.
The five honorable mentions receive a complementary ESHG online membership for one year.
The ESHG Scientific Programme Committee has selected a number of candidates for the ESHG Poster Award based on the score of their submission after peer review. Candidate posters can be identified by a rosette on the board.
For the second time, a number of posters will be presented as e-Posters at 40 e-Poster stations in the exhibition hall. The list of available posters can be viewed on any of these screens. From there, each e-Poster can be selected for viewing. Use the zoom-in, zoom-out function to focus on specific parts of the e-Posters and the navigation icons to browse though the multiple slide posters.