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The following guidelines are designed to assist in your preparation for your poster presentation at the 20th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping in Hamburg, Germany.

Poster Presentation Information

Download the 2014 Poster Listings and locate your poster number here and locate your poster number by using the pdf search function and searching for the following: your abstract submission tracking number, your abstract title, or the last name of the first author.

Poster Numbers #1000-2457 (MT)

  • Display Days: Your poster should displayed on your assigned poster board on Monday and Tuesday
  • Set-Up Time: Please set-up your poster from 8:00 – 9:00 am on Monday morning.
  • Poster Stand-By Times:
  • Even numbered posters between #1000-2457 will stand-by and present their poster on Monday, June 9 from 12:45 – 14:45.
  • Odd numbered posters between #1000-2457 will stand-by and present their poster on Tuesday, June 10 from 12:45 – 14:45.
  • Poster Reception: All Monday and Tuesday poster presenters will have a poster reception on Tuesday, June 10 from 17:00 – 18:30.
  • Poster Teardown: Monday and Tuesday presenters should remove their posters by 19:30 on Tuesday night.
  • Poster Numbers #3000-4455 (WTh)

  • Display Days: Your poster should displayed on your assigned poster board on Wednesday and Thursday
  • Set-Up Time: Please set-up your poster from 8:00 – 9:00 am on Wednesday morning. Do not set-up up your poster Tuesday night – you must wait until Wednesday morning.
  • Poster Stand-By Times:
  • Even numbered posters between #3000-4455 will stand-by and present their poster on Wednesday, June 11 from 12:45 – 14:45.
  • Odd numbered posters between #3000-4455 will stand-by and present their poster on Thursday, June 12 from 12:45 – 14:45.
  • Poster Reception: All Wednesday and Thursday poster presenters will have a poster reception on Thursday, June 20 from 16:00 – 17:30.
  • Poster Teardown: Wednesday and Thursday presenters should remove their poster by 18:30 on Thursday night.
  • Information for Poster Presenters

  • Presenting authors should stand-by their poster during their assigned stand-by time (authors can also elect to stay longer). Attendees expect authors to be available and willing to engage in dialogue about the work displayed.
  • Due to the large volume of posters, OHBM is unable to accommodate requests to move posters to a different session day.
  • Any author on the abstract is eligible to present at the meeting.
  • Presenters should post a message on their board if they are absent for an extended period of time during assigned sessions.
  • IMPORTANT! Posters not removed by the end of the posted teardown time will be recycled.
  • Preparing the Poster

    An effective poster is self-contained and self-explanatory. Viewers can proceed on their own while leaving the author free to discuss points raised in inquiry. An effective poster balances figures and texts and is not a page-by-page printout of a journal paper or a slide show.

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    Q&A

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    What is the reason for research into human brain mapping?

    Research into human brain mapping is strongly endorsed by President Obama. The human brain is divided into areas referred to as 'topographic maps'. Additional research into human brain mapping will give us information about how we think and process information, memorize and reason.

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    Which factor is not considered by ecologists when they evaluate the impact of human activities on an ecosystem

    The amount of energy released from the Sun.

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