While working on your poster, it is an excellent idea to take a look at what other people have done with the same format, to get a sense of what's possible. Below you will see some examples from both MCPHS faculty and students at other institutions.
The following posters were created by MCPHS faculty for presentation at academic conferences around the country. They should give you a good sense of the type of work being done at the University. (From the Center for Teaching and Learning LibGuide.)
UT Austin: This link shows a number of posters produced by students at the University of Texas at Austin. In addition to providing examples to look at, each poster has feedback that can help give you a sense of what ideas you might want to use, and what mistakes you might want to avoid.
Creating Effective Poster Presentations - Examples of Posters: Website maintained by a number of university professors from several different institutions. It features a page with both examples and positives and negatives about each that is similar to the UT Austin site.