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Poster presentation at WINSS 2013

WINSS 2016: Information for Presenting Authors


All corresponding authors have now been notified as to whether their abstract has been accepted for presentation at WINSS 2016.


Oral Presentation  Guidelines


The time of your presentation can be found in the scientific programme .Oral presentations will be 15 minutes, with an additional 5 minutes for questions. Microsoft PowerPoint (Office 2013) will be used, with a screen size of 16:9.
If you are an early career researcher, you are eligible for WALTHAM award for best oral presentation. The winner will be announced on the final day of WINSS at 11.55am (Friday 21 October) and via the website.Your presentation must be supplied to the organising team at the registration desk on 18 October (4.30-9.30PM).


Poster Presentation Guidelines


All authors presenting posters are expected to be available to discuss their work from 7.30-9.30 PM on 19 October. Posters must be A0 (maximum) and in portrait orientation. Posters should be displayed from registration (18 October) until the close of WINSS.


Poster flashlight session


The WALTHAM award for best poster presentation will be selected from 5 shortlisted early career researchers. If you are an early career researcher, you are eligible for the WALTHAM award for best poster presentation.Shortlisted researchers will be announced at 5 PM 19 October (at the close of the oral presentation session). Those shortlisted will be expected to give a 5 minutes overview of their poster, before a brief Q&A session. The flashlight session will start at 6.30pm.


Early Career Researcher Awards


WALTHAM is again supporting early career researchers. Two awards will be available at WINSS for the best oral and best poster presentations given by early career researchers. The awards will be for £3,000 to fund the opportunity to visit the WALTHAM Centre of Pet Nutrition and attendance at the ESVCN Congress in 2017, which is to be held in Cirencester, UK.To be eligible for the award, you must be studying for a postgraduate qualification, or have been awarded a postgraduate qualification within the past 5 years (awarded after October 2011).In order to be considered for the award, please tick the appropriate check box during abstract submission.Recipients of the awards will be announced at the close of WINSS, both at the symposium and on the website.Please direct any questions to Dr Richard Butterwick (Richard.butterwick@effem.com)


Be aware October is peak conference season in Chicago so please book your accommodation early to avoid disappointment. As of the 31st March, 50% of the rooms offered at the discounted conference rate have been booked.

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