PRESENTING YOUR RESULTS

Presenting your results (at conferences, researcher forums, etc), and publishing your results in peer-reviewed journals are great ways to disseminate your research.
Submitting an Abstract to a Conference
Presenting a Poster at a Conference
  • Infographics are a great way to make your results easier to understand - check out thenounproject.com for icons that you can use to create infographic​
Oral Presentation at a Conference
Writing a Manuscript
  • Follow the RECORD Statement (or other reporting guidelines) to make sure you are presenting all the necessary information 
Acknowledgements
  • Make sure to acknowledge MCHP in your posters and presentations by including the MCHP tagline available for download here.
Examples
  • See examples of abstracts, posters, presentations, and manuscripts here.

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