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Poster Title: Brief Description of What Was Done in This Study
A. Author, B. Author, C. Author, and D. Author
Additional affiliation of collaborator (if required)
Imaging Research Laboratories, Robarts Research Institute
Department of Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, University of Western Ontario
MOTIVATION
• First paragraph: major motivation (usually
clinical) behind the entire study. This paragraph
typically addresses the “big picture”
METHODS (CONT’D)
SPECIALIZED APPARATUS B
• Second paragraph: recent or previous work by
others (or your own group) that has improved
our understanding or rectified some deficiency;
nonetheless, usually some deficiency remains
• Be sure to include all important details that make
this device unique; apparatus could be a software
algorithm, in some cases
• Third paragraph: recent advances that have
made it possible to achieve significant
progress, such as a newly developed device or
technique, or a newly provided capability that is
ideally suited for this problem
• A line drawing or photograph of the equipment is
typically helpful here
• More details can be provided here, with regard to
construction, fabrication and development
Fig. 2: This is a
schematic diagram
or photograph of the
second most
important piece of
equipment used in
this study.
• Main result of the
study: this box
should describe
your most
important finding
SELECTION OF SUBJECTS
RESULT B
Recapitulate the major problem that you address
and then make the following statement: The
primary objective (or hypothesis) of this project
is:
• First paragraph: typically
some description of the
specific group of
subjects, specimens, or
animals that were used in
this study
• Second result of
the study: this box
should describe
your second most
important finding
State the objective or hypothesis clearly,
preferably in italics, in a way that will correspond
to the final results and conclusion of your poster.
• Provide appropriate
descriptors, such as age,
gender, size, etc.
OBJECTIVES
METHODS
• If you fabricated models
or phantoms for your
study, then place details
related to the phantoms
here
Fig. 3: This is likely a
photograph of an animal in
a scanner, or a phantom
that was used in a study.
• Lots of room for additional text that describes
the details of the study, number of specimens
used, how many scans obtained, etc.
• Possible limitations of your project, and aspects
that could be improved in the future; try to put a
positive spin on limitations, by discussing
related advantages
Fig. 5: This will be a graph, table or
image that presents your most
important result; it can be sized to
fit appropriately (landscape or
portrait).
• The graphic could
be a table, a plot,
or image(s) that
demonstrate your
result; i.e. a typical
result
• Most important conclusion; take-home pay of
the project, which addresses the main goal
• Evaluate you results from the standpoint of the
stated objectives: have you succeeded?
• State the logical, concise conclusion from your
study, what will happen next?
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Fig. 6: This will be a graph, table or
image that presents your second
most important result; it can be
sized to fit appropriately (landscape
or portrait).
• This section will include
all of the details that
describe the way that the
data was post-processed
and analyzed
Fig. 1: This is a schematic
diagram of the most
important piece of
equipment used in this
study.
• A line drawing or photograph of the
equipment is typically helpful here
• Any additional text that clarifies the
function of the apparatus and how it was
used in this study
• Clear description of the
derived parameters that
were used to test the
hypothesis
• This is also the place for
a description of the
specific statistical tests
that were used to test
your hypothesis
• Possible applications for your results to the
future; choose a few applications that may follow
from your study, but be careful not to overstate
your results
CONCLUSIONS
RESULT C
DATA ANALYSIS
• Be sure to include all
important details that
make this device unique
• More details can be
provided here, with
regard to construction,
fabrication and
development
• Comparison of your work to others, setting of
the context of your project; interpret and explain
the meaning of your results, including both
surprises and expected results
• This is likely to
relate to your
secondary
hypothesis or
objective
SPECIALIZED APPARATUS A
• Text box which
introduces the specific,
unique equipment that is
required for this study
• Discussion of secondary point, but one that is
still quite important
• This is likely to
relate to your
primary
hypothesis or
main objective
• The graphic could
be a table, a plot,
or image(s) that
demonstrate your
result; i.e. a typical
result
DISCUSSION
• Discussion of the most important message of
the study, typically related to the main objective
or hypothesis to be tested; major finding and its
implication
RESULT A
• Text box which introduces the specific, unique
equipment that is required for this study
• Fourth paragraph: introduction to the specific
objective of the project, usually something like
“We believe that…” or “We propose that…”
RESULTS
• Be sure to thank all of those who
helped with the study, but were not
co-authors
• Include people who built equipment,
helpful discussions, etc.
• Thank all sources of funding,
including salary support, as well as
operating funds
REFERENCES
Fig. 4: This is likely an
image that demonstrates
an essential component of
the analysis, such as the
selection of a region of
interest within an animal.
• Be sure to describe the exact statistical test that
was used to test for significance, the p-value
that was taken as significant, and the software
used in the study, if space permits
• List three or four of the most important
references, in a fairly concise format
• Try to include the title of the manuscript in the
reference format
• Be sure to include the most important work of
other groups, as well as your own.
• An additional result; important images or plots
can be configured to take up the entire page, if
desired
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