>> ACCESS TO THE WorldMEN 2021 virtual PLATFORM:
Dear Madam, Sir,
Please find below all login details to access the broadcast platform.
The platform is already open, and you can visit it, thanks to the link below:
You can login to the platform thanks to your ID created when you registered.
If you forgot your password, use the “forgotten password” tool available on the platform.
The Meeting is organized this way:
Some talks are made available now, in advance, for you to have the opportunity to watch them beforehand.
Because a huge place will be given to discussions during the Meeting which is scheduled:
On Thursday, April 29, 2021 – From 3:00 pm to 6:50 pm CEST - Central European Summer Time
On Friday, April 30, 2021 – From 3:00 pm to 7:15 pm CEST - Central European Summer Time
>>> On the platform, you have the following sections:
The detailed programme is available directly on the platform landing page.
When you open the program, you access the talks of the speakers that have been pre-recorded and made available in advance.
Play the videos of the talks in advance! Discover the updates on each subject! And you will then be ready for the discussions on D-Day.
As a consequence, during the 2-day Meeting, you will have:
- An introductive talk for each session
- A 5-min live summary followed by a 5-min live discussion from each speaker
- A 30-min live discussion at the end of each session, with all speakers and chairs
- The MEN1 Guidelines
- And also 3 Industry Lectures proposed by our sponsors: RECORDATI RARE DISEASES and AAA
To participate in the discussions, you will have a written chat available, located at the bottom right of your screen, to ask your questions to the speakers.
The exhibition will be open during the Meeting.
In each booth, some tools are made available for you to discover our sponsors and interact with the exhibitors:
- Corporate presentation video
- Corporate / medical / commercial brochures
- Link to the sponsor’s website
- Written chat
You just need to click on the blinking symbols on each e-booth. We invite you to interact with the exhibitors thanks to the written chat.
You find there some tools to help you in case of technical problem as well as hotline contact details.
Here are some tools to take the best from your virtual experience:
Please authorize the audio from your computer. When the live show begins, you will be able to follow the sessions on your screen and hear them thanks to the loudspeakers of your computer.
You can enlarge the window of the video (full screen) by clicking at the bottom right of the video window. You can also upgrade the quality of the video thanks to the settings menu at the bottom right of the video window.
If you have difficulties with your connection on the platform, please try the following steps:
- Reload / refresh the web page
- Check the quality of your Internet flow with this tool: https://www.speedtest.net/fr
- Check that your Internet browser is up-to-date, or try with another browser
We look forward to welcoming you virtually on April 29 & 30, 2021.
Very best regards,
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
It is a great honor and pleasure to welcome you all 'virtually' for the 17th WorldMEN meeting. The Marseille Team has a longstanding tradition of managing endocrine tumor syndromes, as shown for instance by the previous WorldMEN meeting which was held almost 15 years ago in the Pharo Palace, the same place where we should have been standing this year.
The WorldMEN meeting has something different compared to all the other classical meetings: it was first created to allow for intense discussions about the discovery of the genetic etiologies of tumor syndrome in 1984. Over the last years, the WorldMEN meetings expanded the scope of their participants to a wide audience of endocrinologists, surgeons, gastroenterologists, oncologists, geneticists and more, all concerned by the diagnosis and management not only of multiple endocrine neoplasia, endocrine tumor syndromes and the various diseases they include (Von Hippel Lindau disease, pheochromocytoma and paraganglioma, pituitary tumors, neuroendocrine tumors, neurofibromatosis, calcium disorders…), but also endocrine cancers in general. Still more than an update on these conditions with the world renown specialists who are at the cutting edge of research, the aim of this meeting is to allow for fruitful scientific discussions around multicentric studies and collaborative projects.
Accordingly, this 17th WorldMEN meeting was organized by inviting experts from all over the world to give you the most updated data on endocrine tumor syndromes during workshops that will leave a large time for discussions, or plenaries on genetics, diagnosis, consequences or treatments of such syndromes. Together with the input of the organizers of previous WorldMEN meetings, we have the support of both national (French Endocrine Society SFE, and the Endocrine Tumor Group GTE) and European Societies (European Neuroendocrine Association ENEA). Last but not least, new international guidelines on pheochromocytoma will be discussed, and updates on MEN1 guidelines will also be presented for the first time.
I am sure that all these reasons will convince you to attend this promising 17th WorldMEN meeting.
President of the local organizing committee of the 17th WorldMEN meeting
History of the Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia Workshops and Overview of MEN2019
For more information, read this Editorial from Grubbs, Halperin, Waguespack and Gagel, on the history of the multiple endocrine neoplasia workshops, and an overview of the MEN2019 meeting, recently published in Endocrine-Related Cancer as part of a collection of reviews summarising the discussions and recommendations arising in Houston, two years ago.