19th Annual

Interventional Neuroradiology Symposium & ISMINS Course

& 4th Annual Karel G. Terbrugge Lectureship & Neurovascular Anatomy Workshop

September 27-30, 2018 – Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning, Toronto, CA

Co-Organized by the Department of Medical Imaging, University of Toronto, the Division of Neurosurgery, Toronto Western Hospital and the Department of Diagnostic Imaging, Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)

Agenda

Day 1 – Thursday, September 27, 2018
Neurovascular Anatomy Course –  Why Anatomy is important – Case based Interactive Teaching
0800  – 0840 Vasculogenesis and Angiogenesis: Basci Science & Clinical Applications Krings
0840 – 0920 Spinal Vascular Anatomy Krings
0920 – 0940 The Internal carotid Artery Shapiro
0940 – 1000 The External  carotid Artery Pereira
1000 – 1030 COFFEE BREAK
1030 – 1200 Interactive Case-based Workshops
Workshop 1: Embryology / Variations / Spinal Muthusami/Krings
Workshop 2: Cranial Nerve Supply – DAVF and Meningioma Shapiro/Pereira
Workshop 3: EC – IC Anastomoses – DAVF, Meningioma and Epistaxis terBrugge/Shankar
1200 – 1300 LUNCH BREAK
1300 – 1320 MCA/ACA/PCA Anatomy Bharatha
1320 – 1340 Vertebrobasilar system Shapiro
1340 – 1400 Cerebellar Arteries Shankar
1400 – 1420 Perforators and Collaterals Liebeskind
1420 – 1500 The Venous System terBrugge
1500 – 1530 COFFEE BREAK
1530 – 1700 Interactive Case-based Workshops
Workshop 1: Stroke, ICAD and Aneurysms Pereira/Baxter
Worshop 2: Venous Anatomy and AVMs terBrugge
Workshop 3: Venous Anatomy and dAVF Linfante/Krings
Day 2 – Friday, September 28, 2018
INR Symposium and Joint SNIS Session 
How to design and interpret epidemiological research studies  Cian O’Kelly 
0800 – 0820 Big Data Mining / Administrative Databases Rawal
0820 – 0840 Prospective randomized controlled trial O’Kelly
0840 – 0900 Prospective Registry Brinjikji
0900 – 0920 Metaanalyses Rinkel
Imaging in INR – an update Jai Jai Shankar
0920 – 0940 Flat-Panel Cross-Sectional Imaging during Neurointervention Agid
0940 – 1000 NeuroImaging to elucidate Stroke Pathophysiology Liebeskind
1000 – 1030 COFFEE BREAK
Stroke – Debates  Waleed Brinjikji
1030 – 1100 To I.V. or not? Direct I.A. treatment alone vs. I.V. & I.A. Pereira/Hill
1100 – 1130 To treat or not? ELVO in Octogenarians Brinjikji/Rinkel
1130 – 1200 To treat or not? ELVO in low NIHSS Roy/Silver
1200 – 1230 To treat or not? ELVO in low ASPECTS Brouwer/Schaafsma
1230 – 1330 LUNCH BREAK
Stroke – Updates   Victor Yang
1330 – 1345 Timing in Stroke Treatment Linfante
1345 – 1400 Update on Neuroprotection – ESCAPE NA1 Hill
1400 – 1415 Surgical embolectomy in Stroke. Is there a role? Park
1415 – 1430 Update in intracranial stenting (Weave, Cassis) Baxter
1430 – 1445 How to reduce distal emboli Gounis
1445 – 1500 Tandem Occlusions – What to treat first? vanAdel
1500 – 1530 Discussion
1530 – 1600 COFFEE BREAK
SNIS Collaboration Session – Improving Stroke Systems of Care   Blaise Baxter
1600 – 1620 Pre-Hospital Stroke Screening tools to recognize ELVO Chen
1620 – 1640 System of Care efficiency and Interhospital Transfer Delays in STRATIS Froehler
1640 – 1700 Realigning Stroke Systems of Care – The Rhode Island Perspective Jayaraman
1700 – 1720 Realigning Stroke Systems of Care – The Saskatchewan Perspective Kelly
1720 – 1730 Discussion
1800 – 
INR Symposium Course Dinner – Carbon Bar
99 Queen St. E
www.thecarbonbar.ca
Day 3 – Saturday, September 29, 2018
INR Symposium, & Karel Terbrugge Lectureship and Joint ISMINS Course
Shunting Lesions – New  Conceptual Developments Ivan Radovanovic
0800 -0820 The genetics of vascular malformations Vikkula
0820 -0840 Development of vasa vasorum and dAVF in thrombosed pouches terBrugge
0840 -0900 Thrombus formation and VEGF induced Angiogenesis Gounis
0900 -0920 Future targeted therapies of Shunting Lesions Vikkula
0920 -0930 Discussions
0930 -1000 COFFEE BREAK
Shunting Lesions  – New Technical Developments  Steve Lownie
1000 -1020 Advanced Imaging in Brain AVMs and dAVFs – A necessity in the 21st century? Lawton
1020 -1040 Surgical Keyhole Approaches to shunting lesions Radovanovic
1040 – 1110 Pressure Cooker& Balloon assisted Embolization Techniques in dAVF and AVM Pereira
1110 – 1130 Transvenous Embolization of Brain AVMs – Indications Krings
1130-1200 Staged radiosurgery for large brain AVMs Pollock
1200-1215 Discussions
1215-1315 LUNCH BREAK
1315 -1400

The 4th Annual Karel G. Terbrugge Lectureship 

Big Data and Al – The impact on the future of Neurointervention

Baxter
Aneurysms: Surgical – Endovascular Debates  Luca Regli & Gary Redekop
1400 – 1430 Paraclinoid Aneurysms Mori/Pereira
1430 – 1500 Blister Aneurysms Park/Bharatha
1500 – 1530 COFFEE BREAK
1530 – 1600 Giant Aneurysm Lawton/Iancu
1600 – 1630 MCA Aneurysms Tymianski/Lopes
Advances and Perspectives in Aneurysm Biology and Natural History Gary Redekop
1630-1645 Genesis of Aneurysms Etminan
1645-1700 Natural History and biomarkers Bijlenga
1700-1715 Biology of Aneurysm wall Froesen
1715-1730 Future Medical Therapies Hasan
1730-1800

ISMINS Lecture

Advances and Future in Cerebral Aneurysm Surgery

Kato

 

Day 4 – Sunday, Sept 30, 2018
ISMINS Course
Keyhole, Microkeyhole and endoscopic transcranial approaches Park/Mori
0800-0815 Superciliary keyhole approaches for aneurysms: transitioning from concerns to confidence Park
0815-0830 Keyhole transcranial approaches for aneurysms: limitations and patient selection Mori
0830-0840 Semi-Bonnet bypass for Giant Acom Aneurysms Tanabe
0840-0855 The Lateral Supraorbital Approach: history, possibilities and evolution Andrade
0855-0915 Safety profile of keyhole approaches Lawton
0915-0930 Microscopic lateral orbitotomy to access the temporomesial structures Couldwell
0930-0945 Transorbital Endoscopic approaches Almeida
0945-1000 Endoscopic Transpterional approach Patel
1000-1015 Ventriculostomy for Trauma Cherian
1015-1045 COFFEE BREAK
CP Angle &  Brainstem & Targeted therapies for tumoral lesions Akagami/Dehdashti
1045-1100 Hearing preservation in Vestibular Schwannoma surgery Akagami
1100-1115 Conservative management of vestibular schwannomas Rutka
1115-1130 Brainstem cavernous malformations: Choice of approach Dehdashti
1130-1145 Extraaxial tumors: Chordomas, Craniopharyngiomas, Meningiomas, Schwannomas Zadeh
1145-1200 Intraxial tumors: Gliomas, Metastases Kongkham
Advances in Imaging – Tractography  Hodaie
1200-1215 Tractography of the Cranial nerves Hodaie
1215-1230 Tractography of the Brain Fernandez-Miranda
1230-1330 ZEISS Lunch Symposium
Endoscopic-Endonasal Approaches Gentili/Froelich
1330-1345 State of the Art in Meningiomas Gardner
1345-1400 State of the Art in Chordomas Froelich
1400-1415 State of the Art in Craniopharyngeomas Gentili
1415-1430 Lateral Extension of Endoscopic Endonasal Approaches Fernandez-Miranda
1430-1445 Giant Pituitary Adenomas Zadeh
1445-1500 Intraoperative MRI in Endoscopic Endonasal Surgery Regli
1500-1530 COFFEE BREAK
Advances in Neurosurgical technology: Augmented reality Robotics, Lasers and ultrasounds in Neurosurgery Lipsman/Kalia
1530-1545 Robotics in Neurosurgery Bodani
1545-1600 Mixed reality and augmented reality neurosurgical navigation Yang
1600-1615 Augmented reality in Neurosurgery Bijlenga
1615-1630 Focused Ultrasound in Neurosurgery Lozano
1630-1645 Laser in Epilepsy Kalia

 

CONTACT for any questions

For questions, please contact Dr. Timo Krings (timo.krings@uhn.ca)  or
Mrs Maricelle Trid (maricelle.trid@uhn.ca)