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SIR Foundation receives major gift to support research grants and panel on uterine health
SIR Foundation announced a major gift from John Lipman, MD, FSIR, of Atlanta, that will propel uterine fibroid research forward. This gift will support four years of funding for SIR Foundation’s newly announced Dr. Scott C. Goodwin Uterine Artery Embolization Grant and five years of funding for the Dr. James B. Spies Global Summit on Uterine Fibroid and Adenomyosis Research. The announcement was made at the SIR Foundation Gala on March 5 during the SIR 2023 Annual Scientific Meeting. Read more.
PRESERVE Trial results published in JVIR
The results of the Predicting the Safety and Effectiveness of Inferior Vena Cava Filters (PRESERVE) trial, were published jointly on Feb. 23 in the Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology and the Journal of Vascular SurgeryVenous and Lymphatics. Investigators found few adverse events are connected to the use of inferior vena cava filters to help prevent deep vein blood clots from developing into pulmonary embolisms. Read the news release.
VIRTEX: SIR data registry
SIR's IR quality registry is the gold standard for clinical IR data to drive improvements in quality, practice performance and innovation to advance patient care.Learn more
SIR's commitment to diversity and inclusion
SIR recognizes that the success of our mission draws strength not just from the clinical expertise of our physicians, but from the diversity of their backgrounds and experiences as human beings in the world. An innovative, competitive IR workforce requires more than market competencies—it must also carry the power of innate, authentic human connection. As a specialized group of medical practitioners, the diversity of our members and the patients they treat every day is of utmost importance to the overall health of our specialty.View our guiding principles
See how the SIR VIRTEX data registry works!
Learn how the VIRTEX SIR Data Registry can help improve patient care, track patient outcomes, provide benchmarking capabilities for interventional radiology in this demo video.
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