How to submit a poster

To submit a poster application for Drug Discovery 2024 or Protein Sciences in Drug Discovery 2024 you must first register for the event. A link to the poster portal will be available in your registration confirmation email.

PLEASE NOTE:  We have limited capacity for posters on site and they will be accepted on a first come first served basis, When capacity is reached a holding list will be opened and you will be notified if spaces become available.

Poster Deadlines

To be considered for an oral flash poster presentation in the Exhibition space please have your title & abstract submitted by 2nd September for Drug Discovery 24 and  7th Oct for Protein Sciences in Drug Discovery. The deadline for all posters for general display abstract & title 15th September for Drug Discovery and 20th October for  Protein Sciences in Drug Discovery ’24.

Poster Acceptance

The author will be held responsible for false statements, the scientific judging panel will ensure the poster is relevant to the event content. Successful poster applications will be notified via email and the poster display number will be given approximately two weeks before the event.

During the event

A board will be available with your poster number and Velcro strips to affix your poster (your poster must be A0 portrait).

Poster sessions will take place for 30-minute in the networking session at the end of Day 1 and for 30 mins during the lunchbreak on Day 2. You will be expended to be at your poster during these times to answer questions from delegates.

A Poster Prize will be awarded for Best Early Career Professional Poster, the posters will be judged (you will not need to be at your poster during judging) and the prize awarded during the opening session on day 2 of the event. (Thurs 3 Oct)

During registration you will be asked if you identify as an ECP – An Early Career Professional (ECP) can be a student in higher education undertaking an undergraduate or postgraduate degree (including PhD), or within 5 years of finishing higher education and starting their career in life sciences and drug discovery. These ECPs are critical contributors to ELRIG, bringing new science, fresh ideas and energy to every event.

The prize is a glass trophy and £250, which can be accepted, donated to your lab or donated to a charity of your choice.

All posters will need to be collected at the end of the event and removed from site; any posters left at the end of the event will be disposed of.

Flash Poster presentations

This is an opportunity to showcase your poster in a Flash presentation to the ELRIG community, if your poster is chosen you will need to prepare a PowerPoint presentation and you will be given presentation timings. The scientific judging panel will review the posters submitted for Flash poster presentations and if successful you will receive confirmation from the ELRIG Team two weeks prior to the event.

If you have any questions about posters please email us at – Thank you.