Exhibit with SIR
Reach SIR's receptive audience of physician decision-makers
The Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) is a nonprofit, professional medical society representing more than 8,000 practicing interventional radiology physicians, trainees, medical students, scientists and clinical associates, including physician assistants, nurse practitioners, radiologic technologists and paramedical professionals.
SIR’s members work in a variety of settings and at different professional levels—from medical students and residents to university faculty and private practice physicians. In keeping with its commitment to members, SIR offers a range of services and educational programs to help them meet the needs of their practices and patients.
Learn more about SIR educational meetings:
VIRTUAL Experience | June 13–June 14, 2020 | Expo open year-round
The SIR Annual Scientific Meeting is the cornerstone meeting for clinicians and scientists in image-guided therapeutics. The largest gathering of interventional radiologists in North America provides an unparalleled opportunity for companies looking to enter the market or expand their existing product lines.
VIRTUAL Experience | May 28–June 18, 2020
For 2020, the Fellows Spring Practicum coordinators have planned an engaging virtual program that reflects the in-person meeting experience. Scientific programming focus is given to peripheral arterial disease (PAD) and interventional oncology (IO), through compelling lectures and extensive hands-on learning opportunities.
VIRTUAL Experience | Oct. 2, 2020
The Lower Extremity Arterial RevascularizatioN (LEARN) course is the only educational activity geared exclusively to PAD/CLI and the society's receptive audience of interventional radiologist decision-makers.
Additional information coming soon.
ACTiVE, the intensive course on venous thromboembolism (VTE) for interventional radiologists, will not be held in 2020 as scheduled. Additional information on SIR's venous interventions education is forthcoming.
2021 course information coming soon.
With interventional oncology as the most rapidly changing domain of IR, this course is dedicated to radioembolic treatment of hepatic malignancies. Interventional radiologists currently treating with Y-90, and those looking to expand their practice into this area will be in attendance.
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