Y-90: The Complete Course

Information for corporate partners

What is Y-90: The Complete Course?

For the past six years, our industry partners have found this course uniquely helps them build invaluable relationships with 150 IRs and faculty experts with particular focus in interventional oncology. This course features motivated learners in an intimate environment, with hands-on training opportunities for those treating or seeking to train in this advanced therapy for hepatic malignancies. See the album from the 2016 Y-90 meeting

About the course

This three-day course, designed with lectures, panel discussions, case scenarios and hands-on workshops, will offer the most in-depth, comprehensive and challenging curriculum available for clinical teams interested in initiating, developing or strengthening their practice in this exciting aspect of interventional oncology.

The one-day Authorized User (AU) part of this course incorporates pre-course web lectures with the requisite training and testing that qualifies attendees to apply for AU status for intra-arterial Y-90 in the treatment of hepatic malignancies.

The following two-day Advanced Y-90 portion of the course is open to both the AU participants and also more experienced users as a standalone course that will present more complex topics, including challenging anatomy, therapy for specific primary and secondary hepatic malignancies including radioembolization in combination with other therapies, retreatment, post-procedural care and follow up and management of complications.

Learn more about this offering and see the program.


Program Coordinators

Aravind Arepally, MD, FSIR
Piedmont Healthcare
Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Atlanta, Ga. 

Daniel B. Brown, MD, FSIR
Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, Tenn.

Siddarth A. Padia, MD
UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica, Calif.


Steering Committee

Robert Lewandowski, MD, FSIR
Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, Ill.

Daniel Sze, MD, PhD, FSIR
Stanford University Medical Center, Stanford, Calif.

Matthew Johnson, MD, FSIR
Indiana School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Ind.

Riad Salem, MD, MBA, FSIR
Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, Ill.


Why support Y-90?

Build valuable relationships with 150 IRs and faculty experts who have a particular focus in interventional oncology in an intimate environment. Other benefits of corporate support include: 

  • Recognition on materials sent to all IRs
  • Prominent recognition during the Y-90 meeting via signage and tables
  • Participation in the hands-on workshops

If you would like to learn more about how to offer corporate support for SIR's educational programming and gain access to the SIR corporate partnership program, CAP, please contact Terry McCormick, director of corporate relations.


Exhibits and workshops

Reserve your exhibit space now.


Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines
10950 North Torrey Pines Road
La Jolla, CA 92037

More information

More to come on set-up, tear down, and open exhibits hours.

Please contact Susie Evenden, (703) 460-5575, regarding exhibitor participation or any other questions.


Hands-on workshops

This year's meeting will continue the successful format of two hands-on demonstration sessions with industry.  One will be a Y-90 delivery workshop, showing attendees how to setup to use radioactive embolization beads.  The other will be a coils and wires workshop for side branch embolization.

Please contact Christian Lopez, (703) 460-5575, regarding participation in the hands-on workshops or any other questions.

Exhibitor badge registration

Once your company exhibit application is complete, follow these steps to receive exhibitor badges for your individual representatives.

Exhibitors are eligible for 3 complimentary registration badges. Corporate Ambassador Program (CAP) partners are eligible for additional complimentary exhibitor badges based on their CAP level:


Additional complimentary exhibitor badges








Once your complimentary badges are fulfilled, additional exhibitor badges are $275 each.

Having your personnel register themselves using their own, unique SIR login and password is highly recommended.


To register: 

  • Click on the register now button.
  • You will be asked to enter your email address. The system will check to see if you have an email account with SIR. If you do, click the login link and proceed to log in. If not, you will be asked to create an account. You may then register for the meeting.
  • When on the “registration information” step of the registration process, please use the drop down next to the “your price” text to select the appropriate exhibitor rate. The system will automatically display “Exhibitor CAP” or “Exhibitor non-CAP” depending on your companies CAP status. If it is incorrect, you may proceed with registration, but please let SIR know so that we can update your account.
  • At the checkout page, there is a box for a discount code. Enter EXHCOMP (Registrants using this discount code to register are not eligible to receive CME/SAM credit for this meeting). This will reduce your rate to $0.
  • You will receive a confirmation email with additional information, including how to reserve your discounted hotel room.

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