Thank you for attending SIR 2019 in Austin!

Thank you for making SIR 2019 a success.  We received positive feedback on all aspects of the meeting and now we're looking forward to SIR 2020 in Seattle, March 28-April 2, 2020. 


SIR 2020 Call for Sessions is now open. The 2020 Annual Meeting Committee challenges you to submit novel and fresh programming ideas for next year's annual meeting in Seattle.  The best proposed session, selected by the Annual Meeting Committee, will receive special recognition. Use this opportunity to be involved - Submit your session ideas for consideration by June 18.


All attendees are required to claim their own meeting credit via the SIR Learning Center. Please click the button below to log into your learning center account then choose the 2019 SIR Annual Meeting Course


SA-CME tests can also be found in the 2019 SIR Annual Meeting Course - Look for the SA CME navigation button. Access to the SA-CME tests will end on April 15 at 5:00 PM EDT.

SIR 2019 is comprehensive, current and core to your practice.
No other meeting offers the diversity of topics, the range of learning environments, the unparalleled access to expert faculty and leading thinkers in the specialty. 
SIR Heads to Austin - March 23-28, 2019. Get the latest news about this year’s annual meeting plus stories about
the sessions, issues and people that are making a difference in IR.

Who should attend?

SIR 2019 is designed to meet the educational needs of practicing interventional radiologists, IRs in-training, diagnostic radiologists, and other physicians with a special interest in IR—and is the only venue offering IR education designed specifically for clinical associates. The meeting also offers a supportive and highly interactive introduction to IR for medical students who may be considering the specialty as their focus.  

What can I expect?
•    Expert discussion on current treatments, needs and future trends of minimally invasive vein treatments
•    Abstracts from across the global on the diagnosis, pathology and management of venous disease
•    The latest technologies for diagnosis, triage and intervention in massive and sub-massive pulmonary embolism
•    Networking with peers from around the world, offering unique perspectives on this rapidly changing specialty
•    Seminars on acute and chronic DVT
•    Skills workshops on management of occlusive disease and venous insufficiency

Key dates:
SIR International Scholarship deadline: Oct. 19, 2018

SIR Foundation Research Awards deadline: Nov. 15, 2018

Early-bird deadline: Jan. 11, 2019