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INTERVENTIONAL NEURO RADIO DIU (NRI) - Start page - D
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TEACHING COURSE of
INTERVENTIONAL NEURORADIOLOGY




Theoretical and practical courses for Interventional Neuroradiology trainees under the aegis of the French Society of Neuroradiology (SFNR)


Registration

 
The number of attendees is limited at 12 candidates per year.
 

Can register for this course, after a favourable of the organizing committee :

  • The residents in last year of residency (Radiology, Neurosurgery, Neurology)
  • Foreign practitioners (AFS or AFSA) in radiology, neurology or neurosurgery, 
  • Fellows in the above-mentioned specialities
  • Staffs working in an interventional neuroradiology unit
The pre-attending chart should be posted to the secretary of Mister Professor Mounayer by the 31th of July of each year. This chart comprises: a CV, a motivation letter, a recommendation letter from the head department of the Interventional Neuroradiology unit of the student.


The organizing committee will emit a favourable answer depending on the … of the attendee and their implication in endovascular and percutaneous techniques

The names of the candidates will be published by the department of registration of the Limoges Medicine University