Registration for the 21st Annual INR Symposium and the 6th Annual Terbrugge Lectureship that will be held on Sept 10 to 12, 2020 at the BMO Center in Toronto is open at
Similar to previous years we will again start our 3day Symposium with a full day of Neurovascular Anatomy that this year focusses on the neurovascular anatomy of the posterior fossa. In addition to lectures we will have case-based and disease centered lectures highlighting why neurovascular anatomy is important in the treatment planning of diverse diseases within this region ranging from aneurysms, stroke, stenosis, AVM to dural AV fistulae and dissections.
The second day will highlight recent advances in Neurointervention – such as AI, Robotics, fMRI for planning of functional stereotactic procedures or the broadening of our neurointerventional scope towards subdural hematomas and facial vascular malformations. The Neuroimaging portion of our symposium highlights Vessel Wall Imaging and its role in our field while both the Stroke and Aneurysm portions will be heavily based on Debates and Case presentations. In addition we will discuss spinal percutaneous procedures and their current evidence. The Karel Terbrugge Lectureship will be awarded to Dr.Josh Hirsch from Boston, USA who will speak about the economics and cost-effectiveness in our field.
We are looking forward to welcoming you to Toronto,
Ronit, Vitor, Waleed and Timo