Celebrating posters from iADH Members accepted for the Research Awards
View IADH Research posters submitted by iADH members
Following the unfortunate cancellation of the IADH conference in Mexico due to the pandemic, iADH members were invited to share their research on this online forum. We are delighted that so many members chose to submit their posters and we are sure that you will enjoy reading and considering their studies. The iADH scientific committee have shortlisted 25 posters to be considered for the IADH awards with a total prize fund of 2500 dollars available. The award winners will be announced and presented at the online General Assembly on October 3rd and we will be publishing a iadh special edition abstract book later this year with selected posters from this celebration of iADH research.
Please click on each poster to view more details – you will find the entire poster plus a clickable link for download of a pdf of the poster for offline viewing. Some authors have provided a video abstract for sharing on media. If you can’t find a poster that you are looking for you can also search the posters alphabetically by author from the menu at the top of the page.
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Lots of effort has gone into producing these posters which are in the main by young or early career researchers. Please leave your constructive comments and please ask any questions that you have for the authors in the comments box below each poster. Please take the time to like and share those posters that you find interesting using the share links underneath each poster.
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