Interventional radiology offers a less invasive choice over many surgeries
More than ever, it's imperative for you to know and understand all of the available options to treat your condition or disease. In many cases, there is a minimally invasive approach that could dramatically reduce your pain, risk and recovery time.
Search SIR's entire catalog for educational opportunities such as live and on-demand webinars, individual meetings and seminars, books, journals and more. Each product is designed to facilitate education and enhance your practice or research.
SIR is comprised of more than 6,000 members involved in all aspects of interventional radiology. Member benefits include discounts on products and education, CME and MOC opportunities, practice resources, news about grants and research funding, updates on advocacy and engagement that is relevant to every stage of one's career.
SIR Foundation is dedicated to advancing the clinical needs of interventional radiology by specializing in developing investigators trained in conducting pivotal basic and clinical trials research.
SIR is committed to quality improvement and mechanisms to assess performance in interventional radiology.Learn more
SIR's nonpartisan political action committee, SIRPAC is dedicated to advancing the interests of SIR members, their practices and patients before Congress. See how the society is working for you in Washington, D.C. and learn how you can get involved in advocating for interventional radiology.
Your link to an incredible resource—7,000 of your peers with whom you can share interests, challenges and successes in a secure environment. Network and collaborate with your colleagues in IR.
The Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology is the society's official scientific journal. Readers know that each issue is filled with high caliber reporting that delivers the most timely medical, minimally-invasive, radiological, pathological and socioeconomic news related to the specialty.
Thank you, SIR and SIR Foundation volunteers, for #PoweringSIR. Your contributions of time, talent and expertise help us provide members with resources, education, standards of practice, clinical practice guidelines and so much more.
SIR's Gold Medal ceremony and Dr. Charles T. Dotter Lecture
On March 24, SIR presented its highest honor, the SIR Gold Medal, to Alan H. Matsumoto, MD, FSIR; Daniel Picus, MD, FSIR; and James B. Spies, MD, MPH, FSIR, during its Annual Scientific Meeting in Austin, Texas. Watch the ceremony, followed by Dr. Matsumoto's 2019 Dotter Lecture discussing how IR can make the practice of medicine more patient-centric and efficient.Watch now
Announcing the JVIR editor-in-chief search
The Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) invites applications to be the next editor-in-chief of JVIR, the peer-reviewed journal of choice for interventional radiologists, radiologists, cardiologists, vascular surgeons, neurosurgeons and other clinicians.Learn more
Careers at SIR
SIR is an equal opportunity employer that offers excellent benefits, disability coverage, competitive salary, flextime, telecommuting, a 401K and more.Learn More
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SIR and SIR Foundation encourage members to apply to join an education or clinically-focused committee, or one of the many other committees that fit your area of expertise or interest.
These committees offer you opportunities to influence the practice and study of medicine, network with colleagues in your field of expertise, and participate in leadership activities of the Society and SIR Foundation.Volunteer Today
Guidelines and recommendations
SIR develops voluntary clinical practice guidelines to define practice principles that assist in producing high quality medical care.
SIR 2019 Gold Medal Ceremony and Charles T. Dotter Lecture
SIR presented its highest honor, the SIR Gold Medal, to Alan H. Matsumoto, MD, FSIR; Daniel Picus, MD, FSIR; and James B. Spies, MD, MPH, FSIR, during SIR 2019 in Austin, Texas. The ceremony was followed by Dr. Matsumoto's 2019 Dotter Lecture discussing how IR can make the practice of medicine more patient-centric and efficient.