7th NH-INBRE Annual Meeting
Omni Mt. Washington Resort
Bretton Woods, NH
August 14, 2017 – August 15, 2017

Pre-Meeting Workshop
August 13, 2017

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Agenda coming soon!

Meeting Registration for the meeting will open in May 2017.  Meeting registration does not guarantee you a room.  New this year NH-INBRE will not be reserving rooms with a rooming list.  Room reservation instructions are below.

Annual Meeting Registration

Pre-Meeting Workshop: Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science, “Distilling Your Message”
This interactive session introduces participants to general principles in how to craft short, clear, conversational statements, intelligible to non-scientists, about what you do and why it matters. The session consists of an interactive presentation and discussion on interpreting technical material using examples and analogies to illuminate unfamiliar concepts to your audience. The plenary will address problems and solutions in public interactions as well as peer-to- peer communication.  Participants will practice clarity in speaking to non-scientists about their work and may be actively engaged in improvisation exercises or explaining scientific material to lay people.

Distilling Your Message – Registration

Room Reservations:  All parties will be responsible for reserving their rooms.  Some institutions have chosen to reserve the rooms for all of their institutional students and faculty.  Please check with the Steering Committee member at your institution before making any individual reservations with the hotel.

The NH-INBRE link for room reservations is here:  Room Reservations

NOTE: Credit cards will be required when checking in to your room even if your institution has reserved and is paying for your room directly.  In these cases the credit card provided at check in will only be billed for incidentals charged to the room (room service, mini bar, any charges to the room made within the hotel, etc).  You should not expect any charges if you do not bill anything to your room.

STUDENTS:

Expectations:
DO mingle with other participants from other INBRE institutions.
DO participate and learn as much as you can.
NO wandering around/playing tennis/hanging out at the bar while sessions are going on.
NO presenting for students during poster presentations (faculty).

Presentation Tips!

Posters:
All posters should be 36″ x 48″ and include all authors.  Remember in the acknowledgments to cite the NH-INBRE as follows: “Research supported by New Hampshire-INBRE through an Institutional Development Award (IDeA),  P20GM103506, from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the NIH”.
Submit your poster registration

For criteria that your poster will be judged on please review the judging form here: Poster Judging Form