Strathclyde University

I was tasked with bringing lot of key data and information together to craft a large scientific poster for presentation inside the University of Strathclyde and Organon plus at conferences as well as being shared as a pdf file. I was also briefed to illustrate the metabolic process within the liver which can be seen on the bottom left of the A1 poster. The careful layout of the copy, visual assets and HPLC-MS traces and spectra was all performed using InDesign which is superior to the typical PowerPoint program used to create such posters. The poster was welcomed by the researchers involved, but it is a considerable amount of work to complete these types of designs.