Poster Session

Abstract notifications have been sent via email to the primary contact and primary presenter listed on the abstract submission. If you received an acceptance, please respond immediately.
If you submitted an abstract, but did not receive an email, please email ISPD Headquarters as soon as possible.

If you need to change presenters, please send an email as soon as possible to ISPD Headquarters.

Presented abstracts will be published in a special online issue of Prenatal Diagnosis.

ALL POSTER PRESENTERS MUST REGISTER FOR THE CONFERENCE  at least for one day for their abstract to be published in the abstract book. If the poster is not presented, the poster abstract WILL NOT BE PUBLISHED.

An email with poster session details and instructions was sent on 23 May 2024. See below for more information.

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Confirmed poster presenters, please download the following image and post it in your social media with the hashtag #ispd2024.

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Poster Schedule

See the Attended Poster Session Assignments

If you need to change presenters, please send an email as soon as possible to

POSTER SESSION 1 | Monday, 8 July 2024
Set-up | Sunday, 7 July 2024 | 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm
                Monday, 8 July 2024 | 7:30am - 9:00 am
Viewing | 11:30 am - 7:15 pm
Attended Session | 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Removal | Monday, 8 July 2024 | 5:45pm - 7:15 pm

POSTER SESSION 2 | Tuesday, 9 July 2024
Set-up | 7:30 am - 9:00 am
Viewing | 10:15 am - 4:15 pm
Attended Session |10:15 am - 11:15 am
Removal | Tuesday, 9 July 2024 | 4:15 pm - 7:00 pm

Poster Material Submission

Poster PDF File - All Presenters

Poster PDF files must be uploaded to the submission site by Monday, 24 June 2024. All poster presenters, whether you are attending in person or virtually, must submit a one-page PDF file. Once you are logged into the platform, please update your profile as this will be the platform that will be used for the conference and attendees will see these details.

Click the Edit Abstract button to review/update content. Click the Authors button to review the list of authors for accuracy. This information will be displayed to conference attendees and the author information will be included in the published abstract book, so it is important that the content is correct.

To upload your Poster FDF file, click the icon for Poster PDF. Next, select Upload File, and upload your one-page poster PDF file.

Optional Voice Over Recording

Poster presenters can prepare a 3-5 minute video to upload to the virtual platform discussing the poster in addition to the poster PDF file. If you would like to include a virtual voice over recording of your poster, you can upload one to the submission site following the steps above. Click the Record/Upload Presentation button. If you are recording via the X-CD platform, you can begin by clicking the Record Presentation Video button. If you used a different program to record your presentation, you can upload the MP4 file by clicking the Upload Presentation Video button. 

Printed Poster Size

The maximum poster size is 46 inches wide x 72 inches high (1168 x 1828 mm).

Please have your poster printed, bring it with you, and attach it to your assigned board according to the poster schedule that will be published on this page. Push pins may be used to attach posters to the boards and ISPD will have these available onsite. In-person poster presenters also must upload a PDF of their poster for virtual attendees to view.

Poster Printing

Online printing options include and Both offer custom sizes and a fabric option. TIP: Fabric posters can be packed in luggage to avoid shipping and handling charges.

Local printing options include Kendall PressStudio 24, and PhD Posters Boston Branch.


See the Hotel Shipping Instructions for information on package labeling requirements and handling/storage fees.

Poster Design

Below are links to videos by Mike Morrison, a researcher who developed a poster design that is highly efficient at conveying the main conclusion from his study while still providing more detail for those who want it. The added benefit is that he is able to create a poster faster with this design than with the traditional "wall of text" format.

While Morrison's Original design is horizontal, it could be adapted to a vertical design like the example on the right.

How to create a better research poster in less time (YouTube)
Generation 2: User Experience Design & Format Variations (YouTube)
Download Templates (.pptx)
X: @mikemorrison 
Additional videos: #betterposter

Example of a poster created with the Original Better Poster format:
Hyun Gyu Suh on Hydration Assessment

Example of a QR code generator:

If you have any questions regarding the poster session, please send an email to