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Friday, June 14, 2019
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I want to invite everyone to SVIN’s Annual Conference November 20-23 at the Hilton Atlanta in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Lucas Elijovich and the 2019 Annual Meeting Committee have put in a tremendous effort organizing the event. Once again, the conference will open up with Stoke Day, being Chaired by Dr. Jawad Kirmani. This year’s meeting will include a reception on Friday at the Georgia Aquarium. This will be an exciting opportunity to network and learn from others from leading experts in the field from around the world. The Conference will close with the Fellow’s Course on Saturday, which is again being organized by Dr. Ameer Hassan. Please look for e-mails announcing the opening of meeting registration.
This event would not be successful without the support of our sponsors. If you know of any corporation that would like to sponsor and/or exhibit at this year’s conference, please have them contact the Executive Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 952.646.2045.
As the year progresses, we hope that this newsletter will become a valuable resource for you to learn more about all of the initiatives of SVIN such as the Annual Meeting, BSES, ASES, the journal, and MT2020.
In the News
| ||SVIN Fall Meeting emphasizes discussions around cutting edge research and feature a stoke center day that will be filled with interactive discussions on stroke care and outcomes. Join us at the upcoming 2019 SVIN Fall Meeting being held at the Hilton Atlanta in Atlanta, GA - November 20-23rd. Abstract Submissions NOW OPEN! Click here for meeting details |
ASES will explain your knowledge on:
- Types of Stroke & Risk Factors
- Prehospital Triage
- Stroke Detection Scales
- Warning Signs & Symptoms
- Stroke Severity Scales
BSES will expand your knowledge
- Basic Anatomy, Statistics, & Types of Strokes
- Risk Factors, Signs & Symptoms
- BE FAST, EMS, & Detection Scales
- Treatment Options & Methods for Improving Stroke Outcomes
The global burden of stroke is 17 million annually. SVIN's worlwide goal is to treat every eligible stroke patient emergently with mechanical thrombectomy. View Full Story
JOIN SVIN TODAY!
Become a part of a premier organized body of Interventional Neurologists who are diligently working toward promoting excellence in the field of interventional treatment of neurovascular disease. As a member, you have the opportunity to take advantage of many member benefits including, but not limited to:
- International Workshops
- Mentoring Session with Mentors
- Annual Meeting Discounts
- Volunteer Opportunities
- Continuing Education/Career Planning
Click here for more Member Benefits
News You Can Use
| ||SVIN Mentoring Session which occurred during the AAN Conference, Tuesday, May 7th in downtown Philadelphia was a success! There were nearly 54 mentees and 10 mentors who attended the session. Endovascular Neurologist Dr. Ameer Hassan kicked off May as National Stroke Awareness Month with a presentation on some of the ground-breaking stroke research taking place at Valley Baptist-Harlingen. |
| ||SVIN International Workshop SVIN President Dr. Italo Linfante has welcomed attendees to #ESOC2019 in Milan and is kicking off the program with a presentation on The Status of Interventional Neurology Accreditation in the United States. |
|Cleveland Clinic Innovations in Cerebrovascular Care |
June 27-28, 2019
|20th Interventional Neuroradiology Symposium |
September 26-28, 2019
|Collaterals 2019 International Symposium |
Los Angeles, CA
November 4-6, 2019
|SVIN 2019 Annual Meeting |
November 20th-23rd, 2019
Abstract Submission NOW OPEN! CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT!
ACCEPTING Pilot Grant Applications! CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS
SVIN'S Mission is to Represent the advancement of interventional neurology as a field with the ultimate goal of improving clinical care and outcomes of patients with stroke and cerebrovascular diseases. Join us in our mission to improve stroke care and outcomes!