Neuroscience Day 2019 - Posters and Student Talks

Neuroscience Day 2019 - Posters and Student Talks


Photograph of poster presentation session

Deadline for submission of poster board requests is Friday 01 March 2019

Photo of Neuroscience Day 2018 student speakers

Deadline for requesting a student DataBlitz talk slot is Friday 22 February 2019

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Presenting your research at Neuroscience Day 2019

If you would like to present your research at the meeting you have two options:

  • Poster
  • 5 min data blitz talk (if you are a PhD student)


**Poster Board submission has now closed**

  • List of posters at the meeting: A full list of posters being presented is now available!
  • Guidelines for Making and Presenting a Great Poster: You can read our guidelines on how to make and present a great poster here. There are hints and tips on effective layout and content presentation, and also how to give a good verbal presentation on the day. Make the most of the effort you are putting in to your poster!  If using a laptop, or at home, you need to turn on your University of Edinburgh VPN in order to access our poster guidlines.
  • Poster Board Dimensions: The poster boards at the venue are A0 portrait orientation (120 cm high by 84 cm wide). We may not be able to accommodate your poster if it does not fit these dimensions. It is very important you let us know immediately if your poster is larger than this or if it is landscape in orientation - we may be able to provide a very small number of oversized boards at the venue but this is cannot be guaranteed.

Student Data Blitz Talks

**Student DataBlitz talk submission has now closed**

Once again, we are offering 5 slots for PhD students to present their data in a 5 min 'Student Data Blitz' talk.  If you are interested in presenting in this way, please submit a talk title and short abstract via the online form (**now closed**) by Friday 22 February 2019. You will be informed of the outcome as soon as possible after this date. If you are not successful,  you will be offered a poster board instead.