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32nd Annual Meeting of The Eastern Neuroradiological Society

08/27/20 - 08/30/20
Hilton Burlington Lake Champlain | Burlington, Vermont

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Saturday, August 29, 2020
$ 75
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Dear friends of the Eastern Neuroradiological Society,

On behalf of the Executive Committee and the Program Committee, I would like to invite you to join us for the 32nd Annual Meeting of the ENRS in beautiful Burlington, Vermont. The 2020 meeting will start Thursday, August 27th and run until Sunday, August 30th at noon.
For the 2019/2020 ENRS program committee, we have assembled an expert team of neuroradiologists who are all exceptional clinicians/neuroradiologists, influential educators/teachers, and accomplished scientists/researchers. With their expertise, we were able to create a well-balanced, diverse and comprehensive as well as a timely scientific program. Similar to the previous meetings we will offer 13 focused scientific sessions covering the following topics: ENT/Head and Neck Radiology; Artificial Intelligence, machine learning, and radiomics; Neurovascular anomalies and Neurovascular Genetics; Pediatric Neuroradiology; Autoimmune diseases and Inflammation; The aging brain including Alzheimer’s and Nuclear Neuroradiology; Why become a neuroradiologist, what to expect, fellowship; Stroke Imaging; System operations, resources, and workflow; Cerebral neoplasms and molecular/genetic subtyping; Hydrocephalus, CSF circulation disorders and beyond; Spine, spinal cord and brachial plexus; Emergency neuroimaging: Don’t miss these lesions; advanced neuroimaging techniques. In addition, there will be a session entitled: Wish I could read this case again!! We expect to have several 60 minutes scientific sessions allowing for presentations of scientific papers. We especially encourage the younger generation of upcoming neuroradiologists to submit as many scientific abstracts as possible. Finally, multiple SAM sessions are embedded in the program allowing for MOC cycle certification and recertification.

The meeting location is spectacular and will guarantee that all participants can enjoy top-notch lecturing and scientific exchange in one of the healthiest cities of North America. Burlington is located along beautiful Lake Champlain, the congress venue is “squeezed” between the lake and the Burlington historic downtown area. Burlington is considered one of the most environmentally progressive cities and was the first city in the United States of America to source 100% of its residential energy from renewable resources. This should invite all participants to bring their family and friends and enjoy a bike ride on the Burlington bike path following the shoreline, a sailing trip on the lake or to stroll through the picturesque historic Burlington downtown. All of this is within a 5 minutes walk from the congress venue. Ice cream lovers should consider visiting the Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield Ice cream factory which is a 30-minute ride from Burlington.  Finally, Burlington has a most convenient international airport 10 minutes away from the congress venue. This airport allows you to enjoy air travel as it was in the old days, without any stress. If you are still not convinced to attend this exciting meeting where teaching and science will meet friendship, nature, and history, you must at least visit Burlington to look for “Champ” the Vermont Loch Ness monster who “lives” in Lake Champlain!!!

I have enjoyed many past ENRS meetings especially because it is characterized by a very relaxed and easy-going atmosphere allowing early, and mid-career neuroradiologists to mingle with senior colleagues. I have made many friends at the ENRS meetings and learned so much from my colleagues because the informal setting invites open discussions and interactions. Don’t miss out on this opportunity!! Stimulate and feed your brain in a very healthy part of North America.

See you in Burlington,

Thierry A.G.M. Huisman, MD. PD, FICIS
ENRS Vice President/President-Elect and Program Committee Chair
Target Audience
The ENRS 32nd Annual Meeting is targeted to academic and private practice neuroradiologists, general radiologists, and other health professionals with an interest in neuroimaging and head and neck imaging in the Northeastern United States and Canada. The meeting is also targeted to trainees and is an excellent venue for physicians-in-training, including residents and fellows, to enhance their knowledge. The meeting covers imaging of diseases of the pediatric, adult and aging brain, spine, otolaryngology, as well as Neurointervention in adults and children. The imaging techniques covered range from routine, commonly used applications, to the most recent, cutting-edge techniques. In addition, important updates on the significance of artificial intelligence, pattern recognition and radiomics will be discussed.
Educational Objectives
At the conclusion of the meeting, the participant should be able to:
  • Effectively evaluate and derive a differential diagnosis for various diseases in the neck, sinonasal cavity, orbit, and temporal bone including aspects of appropriate reporting for Pre-FESS sinus imaging, and NIRADS in post-operative surveillance of H&N neoplasias.
  • Understand and utilize/apply artificial intelligence, pattern recognition and radiomics in neuroimaging.
  • Correlate neurovascular genetics and neuro-architecture with neurovascular anomalies.
  • Develop an approach for the evaluation of neonatal and pediatric disorders affecting the brain, including neuro-metabolic disorders, pediatric arterial ischemic stroke, pediatric brain tumors and neonatal brain injury.
  • Differentiate between various neurologic autoimmune diseases and CNS inflammation.
  • Evaluate the normal and abnormal aging of the brain including Alzheimer’s disease and the significance of nuclear neuroradiology approaches.
  • Advise the upcoming young generation of radiologists why and how to become a neuroradiologist.
  • Optimally use and apply neuroimaging in the diagnostic work up of patients suspected of an arterial or venous stroke.
  • Correlate and understand the significance of combining neuroimaging findings of CNS neoplasms with molecular and genetic subtyping in the guidance of treatment options and prediction of outcome.
  • Unravel the mysteries of CSF circulation disorders and beyond.
  • Recognize spine, spinal cord and brachial plexus pathologies.
  • Develop an efficient, highly effective and diagnostic emergency neuroimaging pipeline.
  • Use advanced neuroimaging techniques including vessel wall imaging, cerebral perfusion, and advanced CT technology.
  • Learn from cases that we would all like to read a second time.
No special educational preparation is required for this CME activity.

Disclaimer
Educational Symposia (ESI) and the Eastern Neuroradiological Society (ENRS) as planners and presenters of this meeting, and Professional Travel as the official travel agency for this meeting, claim no liability for the acts of any suppliers or the safety of any attendees while in transit to, from, or during, this event or any optional activities. The total amount of liability, if any, for the meeting organizers is limited to a refund of the registration fee, Professional Travel's responsibility is limited to that of an agent.

Special Note for the Disabled
Educational Symposia (ESI) and the Eastern Neuroradiological Society wish to ensure that no individual with a disability is excluded, denied services, segregated or otherwise treated differently from other individuals because of the absence of auxiliary aids and services. If you need any auxiliary aids or services identified in the Americans with Disabilities Act, please contact ESI at (813) 806-1000.
Hilton Burlington Lake Champlain

About The Hotel
Situated on the waterfront, Hilton Burlington Lake Champlain offers expansive views of scenic Lake Champlain and the picturesque Adirondacks. With its convenient location and on-site amenities, the hotel has something for everyone. Explore the area’s many attractions and activities including a scenic lake cruise on The Spirit of Ethan Allen and Burlington Segway Tours.

Walk to several Burlington attractions, including the historical Church Street Marketplace, only two blocks from the hotel.

Find all the comforts of home and more at Hilton Burlington Lake Champlain. Need to refresh after a busy day? Take a dip in the indoor swimming pool, or work out in the complimentary fitness center while taking in beautiful lake and mountain views.

How to Get There
Fly directly to Burlington International Airport, located just 15 minutes from Hilton Burlington Lake Champlain.

Space is Limited – Reserve Today: Call Reservations at: 800-445-8667 and identify that you are with "2020 Eastern Neuroradiological Society Annual Meeting” or “ENRS” to receive the group discounted room rate or book online here.

Hotel Cut-Off Date: August 12, 2020
(Group rates 3 days prior/post – space available basis).

Group Room Rates:
Group Room Rates start at $259/nt

Single and Double Occupancy
Check in time is 4:00 PM; Check out time is 11:00 AM
 
Parking: Complimentary parking to guests attending the Event for one vehicle per room night.

Hotel Tax: 9% State Occupancy Tax, 2% City Tax, and a $1/night Vermont Marketing Fee.

Deposit Policy: Reservation must be guaranteed with a major credit card.

Cancellation Policy: If a guest does not cancel a reservation within 48 hours before 4:00 PM of the guest’s check-in date, then Hotel may charge the credit card one night’s room fee plus any applicable taxes. Check in time is: 4:00 PM; check out time is: 11:00 AM.

HOTEL: Hilton Burlington Lake Champlain
60 Battery Street
Burlington, Vermont 05401

PH: (802)658-6500