The Society of Neurointerventional Surgery to live stream annual meeting in San Francisco

July 24, 2015

The Society of NeuroInterventional Surgery (SNIS) to live stream the SNIS 12th Annual Meeting, featuring the latest research on endovascular treatment of diseases of the brain, spine, head and neck. This year's Annual Meeting begins with a session on recent positive stroke trials and will feature sessions on technological advances in stroke care, neurocritical care of cerebrovascular disease (in conjunction with the Neurocritical Care Society), and the most interesting and promising research from neurointerventional centers of excellence worldwide.


Featured presentations (abstracts available by request) and live streaming times include:

Monday, July 27th at 8:35-10:30am PDT

Impact of Positive Trials on the Field of Neuroinerventional Surgery -- Moderated By Donald Frei, MD & Charles Prestigiacomo, MD

MR CLEAN, Ansaar Rai, MD
July 27, 2015 at 8:35-8:50am PDT

REVASCAT, Tudor Jovin, MD
July 27, 2015 at 8:50-9:05am PDT

EXTEND-IA, Bruce Campbell, MD
July 27, 2015 at 9:05-9:20am PDT

SWIFT PRIME, Greg Albers, MD
July 27, 2015 at 9:20-9:35am PDT

ESCAPE, Andrew Demchuk, MD
July 27, 2015 at 9:35-9:50am PDT

July 27, 2015 at 9:50-10:05am PDT

Panel Discussion/ Debate
July 27, 2015 at 10:05- 10:30 am PDT

Wednesday, July 29th at 4:30-6:00pm PDT

Aneurysms -- Moderated by Richard Klucznik, MD & Ansaar Rai, MD

Beyond Luminal Imaging: Pulling the Curtain on Aneurysm Wall Biology, Matthew Gounis, PhD
4:30-4:50pm PDT

Assessing Aneurysm Flow Diversion Using Novel MRI Technique, Vitor Mendes Pereira, MD
4:50-5:10pm PDT

Tissue Engineering: A Peek at the Future of Endovascular Aneurysm Therapy, Alim Mitha, MD
5:10-5:30 pm PDT

Tipping Point: Mechanically Vulnerable Cerebral Aneurysms with the Unruptured Population, Anne Robertson, PhD
5:30-5:50pm PDT

Audience Discussion
5:50-6:00pm PDT


July 27 - July 30, 2015
A full agenda can be downloaded here:


Hilton San Francisco Union Square
333 O'Farrell Street
San Francisco, California, 94102



Members of the media interested in attending SNIS 12th Annual Meeting or requiring more information should email inquiries to Victoria Karolenko at


Andrew Sousa
(202) 828-5069 direct
(415) 513-6136 mobile
About The Society of NeuroInterventional Surgery

The Society of NeuroInterventional Surgery (SNIS) is a scientific and educational association dedicated to advancing the specialty of neurointerventional surgery through research, standard-setting and education and advocacy in order to provide the highest quality of patient care in diagnosing and treating diseases of the brain, spine, head and neck. Follow us on Twitter @SNISinfo.

Society of NeuroInterventional Surgery

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