The DDW Poster Hall will feature almost 4,300 posters displayed over four days. Despite the size of the Poster Hall, a visit there is truly an interactive experience. Poster presenters will be at their posters from noon to 2 p.m. every day, giving attendees the chance to ask questions and presenters the opportunity to receive feedback on their work. Don’t miss this opportunity to start one-on-one conversations, and connect with your fellow attendees and researchers.

New for 2016, the Poster Hall will be organized by DDW Tracks. Posters featuring these 15 topic areas will be grouped together in the Poster Hall. All poster boards will feature QR codes with clearly marked track names and colors, making it easier to find the poster presentations on topics that interest you. Scan the QR codes to access full-text abstracts and unlock priority access to DDW ePosters, if submitted.

You will also notice blue ribbons at some poster boards, denoting DDW Posters of Distinction. These posters are ranked in the top 10 percent of abstracts selected for poster presentation by AASLD, AGA and SSAT.

Be sure to download the DDW Mobile Planner before you visit the Poster Hall. With the app, you can browse poster abstracts, find poster numbers and ping poster locations to maximize your time.

The Poster Hall will be located in Hall C and open Saturday, May 21 through Tuesday, May 24 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.