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2017 Call for Student Posters

Monday, January 30, 2017  
Posted by: Jasper McCroskey
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Present the best poster and win $1000 at 2017 BioInterface Workshop and Symposium!

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The Surfaces in Biomaterials Foundation presents BioInterface 2017, bringing together industry, academia, and other leaders in the biomaterials and medical device fields. This year’s conference will feature oral and poster presentations on topics related to cardiac & cardiovascular, anti-infective technologies & wound healing, metallurgy, and MORE; presented through a 1-day Workshop and a 2-day Symposium. The BioInterface Student Poster session is open to undergraduate, graduate, and professional students from U.S. or International Academic Institutions. Students are encouraged to present projects or research performed in academic or industrial settings.

The first 20 accepted student posters will receive complimentary admission on Tuesday and Wednesday to the Technical Symposia.

During the Student Poster Session, students will compete for the “Best Student Poster” Award, which recognizes excellence in student research. A panel of judges will select the award winner based on the poster presentations, and the winner will be recognized at the Wednesday luncheon and awarded a $1000USD cash prize.

In addition to the Student Poster Session, the Student Town Hall Meeting allows students to “meet the industry” over the lunch hour on Tuesday, October 3. This networking session provides an opportunity for industry bound students to ask questions and hear about the industry perspective.

POSTER PRESENTERS

Poster presentations will be provided a partition designed for a poster that is 4 ft. high x 8 ft. wide (1.22m high x 2.44m wide). The presenting authors must be at their panels during poster judging session on Tuesday afternoon. Please plan to adhere to the setup/tear-down instructions/timing included in the acceptance notification.


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