Preparing talks

Presentations are expected to be in a ppt or pptx file format, Windows compatible.
Two types of presentations are possible.

  • Regular presentation: 10 minutes, followed by 5 minutes of discussion
  • Short formal case report: 7 minutes followed by 3 minutes of discussion (only thursday evening)

As a guide, a 10 minutes presentation should contain no more than 20 slides. Please avoid text-only and wordy slides that could be replaced by clinical pictures.

If you use a Mac computer, please check the conversion of your file and avoid problems with animations and videos. Avi or other short movies formats are welcome.

Turning your talk into a Publishable article

talksPr Alain VERLOES, Editor-in-Chief of the European Journal of Medical Genetics, is co- organiser of the Meeting.
You are welcome to discuss with him during the Meeting if submission of your talk would be considered favorably by the Editorial Board.
Do not hesitate to bring your draft manuscript for advice.