A poster competition. A large room full of a diverse group of people talking and reviewing large posters on poster boards.
The Nano-Bio Symposium 2022 poster competition. Photo credit Jon French.

The poster session is Friday, April 21, 2023 in the Glass Pavilion at the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus between 2:00 p.m. – 4:10 p.m.

We welcome undergraduate, masters, PhD, and postdoctoral fellows.

Awards vary from year-to-year, but we have separate award categories for undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral participants.

The INBT is a multidisciplinary organization, therefore research from medicine, engineering, public health, translation, and the basic sciences are all relevant topics for presentation. You will be contacted by INBT if your poster is determined NOT to be appropriate for presentation. ALL POSTERS ARE SUBJECT TO APPROVAL BY INBT.

Poster dimensions should be NO LARGER than 4’ x 4’. Smaller is better as you will share the poster board with another person.

Posters need to be in place before judging begins. The INBT will inform participants when to have their posters in place before the day of the competition.

Judging begins promptly at the start of each session and you must stand by your poster during your assigned time. During and following the poster competition is a reception. When your session is over, you are encouraged to visit other poster presenters and network with guests. Poster winners and award distribution will occur during closing remarks and the awards ceremony.

Be sure to take posters with you after the competition closes. The INBT is not responsible for posters lost or left behind.

Poster registration closes Sunday, April 9, 2023 at 11:59 pm ET.

No. You cannot register for the competition after registration closes. The INBT team needs time to prepare for the poster competition. However, you still have time to register for the symposium. This deadlines closes Sunday, April 16, 2023 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

You will hear from the INBT after poster registration closes and before the day of the symposium. If you forget your poster number or session, INBT staff are available to help you.

Send questions to Sulaiman Jenkins at sjenki48@jhu.edu.