Given the significant success from last year with more than 250 participants from 21 countries, we will again have in addition to our 2-day symposium a one day Case-based Interactive Workshop on Neurovascular Anatomy entitled “Why Neurovascular Anatomy is important” on Thursday Sept 26thwith limited number of participants to ensure a truly interactive environment. Similar to last year we will seek endorsement by WFITN, SNIS and SVIN and we believe the Symposium and its associated workshop will be of interest to a broad audience of Neurosurgeons, Neurologists, Neuroradiologists, and Interventionalists.
While the neurovascular Anatomy Workshop will consist of short lectures and mainly case-based discussions with the audience facilitated by the faculty, the Symposium will focus this year on current Debates in Stroke, controversial aspects of Aneurysm treatments and the Venoglymphatic System. The Karel Terbrugge Lectureship will be awarded on Saturday. This year’s recipient will be Dr. HongQi Zhang from Beijing, China who will speak about Spinal Vascular Malformations.
We will again focus on conceptual insights as well as practical issues and will highlight some of the controversially discussed topics using a “Debate”-Format.
We have invited “coast-to-coast” presentation from neurovascular centers across Canada and the US as well as international guest speakers from Japan, France, China and the Netherlands.
We are looking forward to welcoming you to Toronto