Albert Einstein Cancer Center

Presenters' Instructions

2014 Advances Meeting

 

Dear Advances Presenters:

Thank you for agreeing to present at the upcoming AECC Advances Meeting on June 24 at Glen Island.  To assure the success of our meeting, we ask that you review the instructions below
 (or PDF version of the email you received).

Introduction: Your talk will be introduced by your session chairperson (see agenda).  At the start of each session, we ask the presenters to sit at the speakers’ table located adjacent to the podium. 
Presentation Time:  For Sessions 1, 2 and 4 (20 min talks), please aim for 16 minutes for your talk to allow 4 minutes for discussion; for Session 3 (15 min talks) please aim for 11 minutes for your talk and  4 minutes for discussion.  Our goal for the meeting is to stimulate discussion and collaboration (program agenda is attached).  Jeff Segall will be using a podium timer to help you stay on time! 
Panel Discussion: 

For Session 3, we ask the panel members and presenters to sit at the speakers’ table located adjacent to the podium.  Dr. Perez-Soler will introduce the speakers and moderate the panel discussion.  

Powerpoint:  Please send your powerpoint file by email to thomas.zucker-scharff@einstein.yu.edu by Noon Monday June 23.  For easy identification, please use the following file naming convention: Lastname_MACorPC.ppt (e.g., smith_mac.ppt; jones_pc.ppt).  If the presentation exceeds the maximum size limit for email attachments, use these instructions to send your file (YU DropBox) instead.  Remember that your YUAD login and password are the login and password you use to access your email.   If you have problems/questions please call or email Tom (718-430-3512,  thomas.zucker-scharff@einstein.yu.edu). 
Backup:  Please bring a backup copy (memory stick) of your presentation with you on June 24 and report to the projectionist at least 30 min before the start of your session to review your slides. 
Presentation:  You will have control of your powerpoint presentation at the podium and a laser pointer will be provided. 
 Note:  Please be sure to emphasize the cancer connections if the talk is more about model systems/basic science. 
 
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Bronx, New York 10461
Telephone: 718.430.2302
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