SVIN23 Annual Meeting - November 16-18, 2023 - Fontainebleau Miami Beach - Miami Beach, FL

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Now Accepting Late-Breaking Abstracts Until Friday, October 13 at 11:59 p.m. ET

Don't miss your chance to establish yourself as a global leader in vascular and interventional neurology, elevating your status as a distinguished international leader in stroke and endovascular treatment. Note that this is your final opportunity to be considered as a session speaker for SVIN's 2023 Annual Meeting. 

At this year's annual meeting, you will have two chances to receive an award for your submission:

  • Best Scientific Award: Given for the outstanding scientific abstract submitted by a member of the society.
  • Young Investigator Award: Given for the outstanding abstract submitted by a student, resident, fellow or early career attending (five years or less out of fellowship) of the society.

Please review the following information before submitting an abstract.  

Important Information

  • All accepted abstracts will be included on the SVIN website and mobile app.
  • The character limit for all abstracts is 500 words NOT including Title, Authors, Affiliations, and Disclosures.
  • The presenting author must be an author of the abstract.
  • Presenting authors of accepted abstracts will be required to register for and attend the meeting.
  • Authors have the option to submit their abstract for one of the three following options:
    • E-Poster Presentation Only
    • Platform Presentation Only (consideration will not be made for poster presentation)
    • Either Platform or e-Poster Presentation
  • One graph, chart, or table is permitted per abstract. If you have multiple images, they must be combined before uploading your .jpg file.
  • IMPORTANT! SVIN will accept only one platform presentation per presenting author. If one submits more than one abstract for platform presentation, the others will automatically be reviewed for e-poster presentation if the author chooses ‘Either’ during the abstract submission process - not platform.
  • There is a maximum of one platform and two e-poster presentations per presenting author.
  • Avoid trade names whenever possible. Sometimes you need to say the trade name at least once, for clarity. For instance - natalizumab (Tysabri).
  • All authors that had influence over the content of the abstract must disclose. When submitting the abstract online, please list the names of the authors and the corresponding financial disclosures.
  • The system is limited to 25 authors of for inputting individual information. If your abstract has more than 25 authors, please reach out to the SVIN Education Team to discuss. Please ensure that all authors have been submitted with your abstract as you will not be able to add additional authors after the review period begins.

Submit an Abstract

Preparation of Your Abstract

  • No identifying features such as names of hospitals, medical schools, clinics or cities may be listed in the title or text of the abstract. Do not include the names of any of the authors. The names of authors and their affiliations (institutions) will be submitted on-line during the process.
  • Abstracts previously presented at a national/international meeting may be submitted to SVIN. Please cite the meeting, location, and date of previous presentation. Abstracts cannot be previously published in a manuscript.
  • The title cannot be longer than 15 words but should indicate clearly the nature of the study. Capitalize the first letter of each word within the title.
  • Abstracts should state briefly and clearly the purpose, methods, results and conclusions of the work. There is a strict 500-word limit (title and references not included).

    Introduction: Clearly state the purpose of the study.
    Methods: Describe the design of the study clearly.
    Results: Present your results in a logical sequence.
    Conclusion: Emphasize new and important aspects of the study and conclusions that are drawn from your results.

The Submission Process

  1. To submit an abstract, please visit our online Abstract Submission site and register with the system. All users will need to create an account by clicking on “New User? Click Here”. Complete the form with the required fields. Once that form is submitted, you will be redirected to the login page. Please be sure to save these login credentials.
  2. Log into the system using the username and password you chose. To begin a new submission, select “Submissions” and then “Add New.”
  3. Submitting an abstract is a multi-step process. To submit a new abstract, log into the system and click on “Add New”. This will take you through the steps of submitting your abstracts. Be sure to read the directions on each page carefully. Here are the five steps within the abstract submission process:

    Step 1: Abstract Body
    Step 2: Authors
    Step 3: Information
    Step 4: Journal Licenses
    Step 5: Review and Submit
  4. Indication is required whether you are submitting Clinical or Research. You will also pick the primary category that your abstract falls within.

    The categories to choose from are as follows:
    • Case reports
    • Cerebral sinus thrombosis
    • Cervical Stenosis & other Pathology
    • Clinical trials
    • Emerging Therapies
    • Imaging
    • Interesting cases/complications
    • Intracranial aneurysm
    • Intracranial hemorrhage
    • Intracranial stenosis
    • Ischemic stroke - Neurointervention
    • Ischemic stroke - Vascular Neurology
    • Pediatric
    • Subarachnoid hemorrhage & Vasospasm
    • Systems of Care (Local and Global)
    • Tumor
    • Vascular malformations
  5. Those questions marked with a red asterisk* are required fields. The system will indicate which of the steps you have not completed when you go to finalize and submit your abstract. You can also save and continue your abstract at a later time, but please ensure it is submitted by the deadline.
  6. Once an abstract has been submitted, no additional edits can be made. Please ensure that all information is accurate before finalizing your submission. If you wish to delete a submission, you can do so by reopening the submission and selecting Delete at the top of the page.
  7. To submit additional abstracts, select ‘Submissions’ in the upper left hand corner of the screen and then select “Add New.” You will need to close out of the current abstract (including reviewing an already submitted abstract) before beginning a new submission.
  8. The late-breaking abstract deadline is Friday, October 13 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

Submit an Abstract

SVIN Abstract Withdrawal Policy

It is SVIN’s expectation that all accepted abstracts will, under all usual circumstances, be presented at the meeting. If the presenting author is unable to present an abstract, a co-author is eligible to present on their behalf. Failure to present an accepted abstract may cause the author(s) to be ineligible for abstract submission at next year’s annual meeting.

To request withdraw of an abstract prior to the submission deadline, please withdraw directly in the system. Following the submission deadline, all withdrawal requests must be requested in writing to the SVIN Speaker Team at The final date to request a withdrawal will be October 6, 2023.


Best Scientific Abstract Award: One award will be given at the SVIN Annual Meeting for the outstanding scientific abstract submitted by a member of the society.

  • The presenting author must be a current member of SVIN at the time the abstract is submitted.
  • The recipient is required to attend the annual meeting.
  • Previously presented abstracts will not be considered for the award.
  • A Review Committee will decide the award.

Young Investigator Award: One award will be given at the SVIN Annual Meeting for the outstanding abstract submitted by a student, resident, fellow or early career attending (five years or less out of fellowship) of the society.

  • The presenting author must be a current member of SVIN at the time the abstract is submitted.
  • The presenting author must be a high school, college, or medical school student, resident or fellow, or early career attending (five years or less out of fellowship) at the time of submission to qualify for the award.
  • The recipient is required to attend the annual meeting.
  • Only abstracts that are designated for consideration for the YIA by the author during the submission process will be considered.
  • The Review Committee will decide the award.

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