What is the size requirement for the poster?
Posters may not exceed 24” x 36” (portrait) or 36” x 24” (landscape).
What format or program should I use to develop my poster?
You may format your poster using a program of your choice. PowerPoint templates are available in landscape and portrait format.
Do I need to submit an electronic copy of my poster?
Yes, an electronic version must be emailed to email@example.com
by 5:00 pm Pacific time on Friday, May 15, 2020
to allow time to be included on the meeting website and to prepare meeting displays. Attendees enjoy viewing posters prior to the meeting. Please email a full-sized, 24” x 36” (portrait) or 36” x 24” (landscape), version of your poster.
Does AACI CRI require a hard copy of my poster?
A hard copy is not required. However, new this year, AACI will print and transport your poster to the meeting, provided the poster is sent to AACI electronically no later than May 15
How will posters be displayed?
Standard boards, 24” x 36” (portrait) or 36” x 24” (landscape), will be provided. Posters will be secured to the boards using tacks, provided on-site. Posters are to be hung by the presenting author on Tuesday, July 7 before 4:00 pm central time (CT) and not removed until Thursday, July 9 after 10:00 am CT. Any posters left at the end of the meeting will be discarded.
What happens to my abstract after the meeting?
Abstracts and posters are published in a booklet
that will be distributed at the 2020 AACI/CCAF Annual Meeting, which is attended by cancer center directors, administrators, and physician clinical leaders. By submitting an abstract and poster, you give AACI permission to publish these materials. Your abstract will also be available for review on the AACI CRI abstract/poster webpage for up to one year or until the next CRI Annual Meeting.