Visual Communication: Tips and tricks for effective posters

A research poster is a visual communication tool that allows you to describe and share your research in a concise graphic format. It can attract attention, convey information clearly, and initiate conversations at any stage of the research process. Researchers often create posters before the completion of the research project in order to invite feedback or collaboration. Come learn how to create a dynamic and creative poster to share your co-op experience with your peers at CaNCURE Day.

Anne LAnne van de Ven is an Assistant Professor at Northeastern University.  Her research combines high throughput nanoparticle synthesis with quantitative imaging and multi-scale modeling for the treatment of cancer and antibiotic-resistant infections. As Assistant Director of CaNCURE and the Global Nanomedicine Academy, she continues to pioneer new strategies for the education and training of future of nanomedicine leaders.  Dr. van de Ven has 14 years experience in translational nanomedicine, clinical collaboration, and pre-clinical experimental design.