Virtual Poster Sessions

This are the winners for the best poster presentation awards:

  • Best poster presentation in English: Diego Garfias-Gallegos, "Genomics of cycads’ coralloid-root bacterial microbiome suggests adaptation from bacterial symbionts allowing holobiont to thrive in contrasting environments"

  • Best poster presentation in Spanish: Santiago M. Costas, "Gains and Losses of Anemochory in the Daisy Family"

  • Best poster presentation in Portuguese: Tammy Iwasa-Arai, "Biogeography of Peracarida (Crustacea) associated with macroalgae: from local to global patterns"

  • Best poster presentation on Herpetology: Juliana Luzete, "Are there genetic biases for showy males? A revaluation of the theory by the lizards’ perspective"

  • Best poster presentation on Paleontology: Ehimar Rueda, "A comparative analysis of late Early Ordovician conodont diversity from Cordillera Oriental and Precordillera, Argentina"

Posters Sign
 

Schedule for the Poster Sessions

June 19, noon–1:00 PM

1. Diversity and inclusion in science, technology, agronomy, mathematics, and medicine (STEAMM)

Include posters on diversity and inclusion in STEAMM plus posters on paleobiodiversity

June 19, 5:00 PM–6:00 PM

2. Paleobiodiversity and evolution

Posters on paleobiodiversity

June 20, noon–1:00 PM

3. The new era of Biogeography

Posters on biogeography

June 20, 5:00 PM-6:00 PM

4. Phylogeography: a growing bridge

Posters on phylogeography

June 21, noon–1:00 PM

5. Eco-evolutionary dynamics and the making of biodiversity

Posters on molecular ecology

June 21, 5:00 PM-6:00 PM

6. Special symposium of the UNC Charlotte's Bioinformatics Research Center

Include posters on bioinformatics and posters on molecular ecology

June 22, noon–1:00 PM

7. Principles, philosophy, and methodology of phylogenetic systematics

Include posters on phylogenetic methods, biogeography, and phenomics

June 22, 5:00 PM-6:00 PM

8. Current methods and applications of big‐data phylogenetics

Includes posters on phylogenomics, biogeography, and phylogeography

June 23, noon–1:00 PM

9. Phenotype still matters in the genomic era

Posters on phenomics

 

Help with posters

Abstracts must be up to 400 words (about 3,650 characters). Shorter abstracts with 300 words or less are preferable. Please also include the title with up to 150 characters (shorter titles with 60 characters or less are preferable), authors names (APA style), authors affiliations (institution and address, including city, state/province, and country). Be sure to check our template.


We encourage you to consider submitting replications of previous studies, scientific reviews, experiments with negative results, or original contributions with positive results. A brief description of preliminary results in the abstract is encouraged.


We are recommending the usage of the #betterposter template for this year's presentations. Soon we will make more materials available to help you prepare your poster presentation. You don't need to have a poster ready at the moment you submit an abstract.

Abstracts, posters, and supplementary materials must be in English. However, you can choose to present in English, Portuguese, or Spanish. You will also be able to select which languages among those three you are comfortable answering questions. However, presentations can also be in one of those three languages.

We will use Discord for our virtual poster sessions. We have a helpful video tutorial to help you set up push-to-talk on Discord. Also, read these instructions.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or comments.

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Pre-recorded poster presentations