Poster Information

CRWAD Poster Information

POSTER PRESENTATIONS: To Author Instructions

Presenters must be registered for the meeting and are required to wear their name
badge during their presentations.

*SUNDAY POSTER PRESENTERS: Poster boards will be available for poster assembly by 3 PM Sunday. Posters for the Bacterial Pathogenesis, Biosafety and Biosecurity, Companion Animal Epidemiology, Epidemiology and Animal Health Economics, and Pathobiology of Enteric and Foodborne Pathogens Sections will be presented Sunday from 6:30–8:30 PM. Please remove your posters by 10:00 AM Monday. Poster presenters must wear their name badge.

*MONDAY POSTER PRESENTERS: Poster boards will be available for poster assembly by noon Monday. Posters for the Ecology and Management of Foodborne Agents, Immunology, Respiratory Diseases, Vector–Borne and Parasitic Diseases, and Viral Pathogenesis Sections will be presented Monday from 5:00–7:00 PM. Please remove your posters immediately upon completion of Poster Session II, by 7:15 PM. Poster presenters must wear their name badge.

Poster Boards are 4 ft tall x 8 ft wide (free
standing). Poster presenters must furnish their own tacks.

  • Poster Presenters must be with their competition
    entry posters for possible judge interviews and must wear their
    name badge during their presentation.
  • Student presenters must be registered for the
    CRWAD meeting. No meeting registration will eliminate your abstract from competition.
  • GRADUATE STUDENTS may enter ONLY ONE ABSTRACT (one oral OR one poster) for competition in the CRWAD meeting.

The Graduate Student Competition
Awards will be presented during the Tuesday Business Meeting. All
students entered in the competition are invited to attend the Business
Meeting.

ORAL PRESENTATIONS:

Oral presentations 15 minutes: 10–12 minutes, 3–5 minutes interactive
discussion

Keynote presentations: 45 minute total with a 35–40 minute oral presentation and a 5–10 minute interactive discussion.
Quality presentations and schedule will be maintained and strictly enforced. If a presentation fails or is not completed in the allotted amount of time the presentation will not be allowed to continue.