Only Windows PCs are available for use in presentations. If you use a Macintosh, you must bring your own computer with you. Please be aware that you will be unable to use slides, videos, or similar media.
1) Presentation Times
2) Specifications of the Computers Used at the Venue
|OS||Windows7 *Resolution: XGA (1,024 × 768)|
|Software||Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003, 2007, 2010, and 2013|
3) Presentation Data
4) Presentation Data Reception
|May 12 (Thursday)||8:00–19:00|
|May 13 (Friday）||8:00–17:00|
|May 14 (Saturday)||8:00–16:00|
5) Devices for Use During Presentations
6) Conflicts of Interest
Research carried out in collaboration with industry may not only benefit society at large (public interest) by means of the results obtained from fulfilling academic and ethical responsibilities; benefits such as money, status, and rights (private interests) may also arise as a result of industrial collaboration. A situation in which these two interests both arise in an individual researcher is known as a conflict of interest (COI).
The Japanese Society of Pathology requires that all authors of presentations given at the Annual Meeting disclose any conflicts of interest they may have.
All presenters are requested to include a slide on conflicts of interest (see example below) as the second of their presentation slides (immediately following the title page), or to include it at the bottom in the case of a poster presentation. Please see the links to the Japanese Society of Pathology below for further details.
Click here for COI form (PowerPoint)
1) Reception and Presentation Times
There are no special reception procedures for poster presenters. Please display your poster(s) directly on the presentation panels located in the poster hall.
Pins for displaying your poster(s) and ribbons for presenters are available for each panel.
Poster Presentations (General)
Poster presentation and Q&As during each poster presentation period will be conducted with a designated chairperson. The time limit for presentations is 5 minutes, with 2 minutes for Q&A. Please adhere strictly to your allotted time. English is recommended for the poster language (Presentation is in Japanese).
Poster Presentations (Undergraduate Students)
Poster presentation and Q&As during each poster presentation period will be conducted with a designated chairperson. Presentation will be on Day 3 (May 14), at 13:00, in the poster venue.
The time limit for presentations is 5 minutes, with 2 minutes for Q&A. Please adhere strictly to your allotted time.
2) Times for Display, Presentation/Q&As, and Removal
Poster Presentations (General)
|May 12(Thursday)||May 13(Friday)||May 14(Saturday)|
Poster Presentations (Clinical Residents (first or second year of residency) and Undergraduate Students)
|May 14 (Saturday)||Venue|
(Exhibition Hall, Exhibition Bldg.)
3) Conflicts of Interest
In the same way as for oral presentations, all presenters must indicate any conflicts of interest at the bottom of their posters.
Any displays left after removal time will be removed by the organizers. They will be stored in the Japanese Society of Pathology Main Office during the meeting, however, please note they will be discarded after the meeting.