SIR Virtual Angio Club series

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The SIR Virtual Angio Club provides interventional radiologists (IRs) with a platform to showcase innovative approaches in treating diverse diseases and discussing complex cases that require unconventional management strategies.

Participants, including individual IRs, trainees, and medical students, will have the chance to actively engage by asking questions and participating in dynamic discussions surrounding a range of interventional radiology (IR) cases and scenarios.

Learning Objectives

Upon completing a webinar, participants should be able to:

  • Describe innovative approaches to managing various medical conditions presented by patients.
  • Explain newly acquired technical skills in performing image-guided procedures.
  • Discuss emerging procedures in interventional radiology.

Upcoming Virtual Angio Cub webinars

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How do I register?

See upcoming angio clubs and register at the link.

2. Who is the intended audience? Can residents and medical students enroll?

The SIR Virtual Angio Club program is designed for medical students interested in interventional radiology, trainees, and individual interventional radiologists. Medical students can become members of SIR for free.

3. Can non-SIR members participate?

The SIR Virtual Angio Club program is available exclusively to SIR members.  You can join SIR  or renew your membership.

4. Who do I contact with technical issues logging in to Zoom or the SIR Learning Center?

Contact with any questions.


History of the Program

The SIR Virtual Angio Club launched in October 2020, with over 600 registrants representing 26 countries around the world. Raj Pyne, MD, FSIR, Andrew Gunn, MD, and Jaimin D. Shah, MD, MBA, RPVI played a crucial role in shaping the original program, with assistance from the membership committee and early career section members who reviewed submitted cases and moderated the live webinar chats and Q&A.

Since then, the program has evolved to showcase cases from across the country, as presented by local angio clubs, and now SIR’s Clinical Specialty Councils, and has become a mainstay of SIR’s educational programs.

In 2023, SIR and regional angiography clubs across the United States organized 5 angiography clubs featuring 30 speakers, 35 cases, and drawing a crowd of over 800 registrants.

In 2024, SIR's Clinical Specialty Councils, including venous, peripheral arterial disease (PAD), interventional oncology (IO), pediatrics, women's health, neurointerventional radiology, renal/GU, and pain management/ musculoskeletal (MSK), will host angio clubs dedicated to their respective specialty areas.

2024 Schedule

Jan. 24 | Pediatric

Feb | Interventional Oncology (IO)

Mar. 5 | Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)

Apr. 2 | Pain Management and Musculoskeletal (MSK)

Aug. 20 | Venous

Sept. 10 | SIR Residency Essentials

Oct. 1 | Women’s Health

Nov. 12 | Neurointerventional

Dec 2 | Renal and Genitourinary tract (GU)

Find the next webinar

"The SIR angio club provides a dynamic and collaborative environment for interventional radiologists to advance their skills, knowledge, and practices. With its interactive format, the program provides customized learning and the presentation of cutting-edge technology or innovative procedures. The case-presentation format offers members the opportunity to learn from real-life scenarios, foster critical thinking and gain insights from peers and experts in the field.

For those involved in research, angio club can also be a platform to discuss ongoing studies, seek collaborations, and gain insights from peers which can be instrumental in their research endeavors."

Julie Bulman, MD 

Host of the December 2022 SIR Virtual Angio Club