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2019 SVIN Award Recipients

Announcing the SVIN 2019 Award Recipients


ASES Live Instructor Course - AVAILABLE NOW!

Advanced Stroke Emergency Support (ASES EMS) hosted LIVE!


SVIN International Workshop at the European Stroke Organization Conference (ESOC)


SVIN in collaboration with the European Stroke Organization Conference (ESOC) is pleased to announce the SVIN 2019 International Workshop.  No Advance registration required!

When:              Tuesday, 21 May 2019   

Time:                12:00pm -  5:00pm

Location:         The MiCo Milano Convention Center Room Amber 3




2019 SVIN Mentoring Session at AAN - Philadelphia, PA

SVIN Mentoring Session May 7 at American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting - Philadelphia, PA



2019 SVIN-AAN CSDA Award Recipient

2019 SVIN-AAN CSDA Award Recipient

Join us in congratulating Dr. Kevin Keenan, the recipient of the 2019 Clinician Scientist Development Award in Interventional Neurology for his project titled Device-based Large Vessel Occlusion Stroke Prediction for Suspected Stroke Patients.


BSES Live Instructor Training Course

Basic Stroke Emergency Support (BSES) Course hosted LIVE!


Basic Stroke Emergency Support (BSES) Now Available

Training program released to help expand the stroke treatment network.


Landmark DAWN study presented at SVIN meeting with New England Journal of Medicine release

Dr. Tudor Jovin and Dr. Raul Nogueira, the two principal investigators of the DAWN study, presented their trial at the SVIN 10th Annual Meeting in Boston. Removing blood clots in stroke patients presenting late (after 6 hours, before 24 hours), or who wake up with symptoms, with select clinical and imaging criteria, reduces disability from stroke.


SVIN Announces Stroke: Mission Thrombectomy 2020

SVIN Mission Thrombectomy 2020 is an initiative to enhance global efforts to improve stroke care worldwide by increasing the rate of stroke thrombectomy for eligible patients from less than 100,000 procedures today to 202,000 annually by 2020 and thereby reducing global stroke disability.

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