Poster Presentations

Despite your results from investigating a particular research question, it’s vital that you learn how to communicate what you did, why you did it, and what happened.

One of the best ways physiologists have to communicate their work is a poster presentation. It’s especially important to make sure posters are done correctly when you are presenting at a scientific meeting. That way the reader focuses on your research not on the poster layout or the writing.

The resources below and to the left provide information on the best ways to present your research via a poster (APS does not endorse or assume responsibility for the information posted on these web sites).

Resources from LifeSciTRC

Professional Skills Training

This project promotes the development of key professional skills among trainees by creating effective live and online interactive courses that are appropriate for students in any life science discipline.