- The poster and associated 15 min conference talk present at the COMBINE Symposium presented key results from the the first complete analysis of the K97fs zebrafish model. The complete manuscript has now been published in PLOS One (2020).
- Poster no. 2 out of 4 from research completed at the Alzheimer's Disease Genetics Laboratory, The University of Adelaide.
- The conference talk associated with this research won an Oral Presentation Prize (3rd place) out of 15 entrants at COMBINE, 2017.
This is my favourite of my own poster designs. Building on the shortcomings of my MOHHA poster, the overall flow of this poster has been greatly simplified. Following the Introduction, numbered results from 1 through to 4 highlight the key findings of the analysis of the K97fs zebrafish model. Each result is accompanied with an explanatory diagram or figure.
The numbered results in the poster also directly correspond to the results presented in the accompanying 10 minute talk! The full PDF slides for the conference talk can be found here.
Software (poster): Adobe Photoshop CS6, R/pheatmap, R/networkD3, R/ggplot2, Gephi
Software (talk): Microsoft Powerpoint
Typefaces: Brandon Grotesque