Download your certificate of attendance and CME credits from September 13, 2016 on our congress website.

Information for invited congress participants:

The industry is only paying for participating at the ESMINT Congress and not for the membership fee. If you would like to join ESMINT as a member please renew your membership and pay the full membership fee.

Save the date: 9th ESMINT Congress, September 7-9, 2017

About the 8th ESMINT Congress

The 8th ESMINT Congress will take place September 8-10, 2016 in Nice, France. The ESMINT Congress Flyer gives you an overview about the congress. Read the Editorial from Prof. Jens Fiehler, President of the 8th ESMINT Congress.


This years 8th ESMINT Congress concentrates on the following Main Topics:

  • Aneurysms
  • Ischemic stroke
  • Teaching and training
  • Intracranial stenosis
  • Imaging of interventions
  • New devices

Programme on a Glance

Thursday, September 8

The first day of the congress is a joint day with EANS.

The first symposium for nurses, technicians and radiographers will take place on Thursday morning.

The ESMINT General Assembly takes place on 18:30h. The new ESMINT Executive Board members will be presented. Do not miss it!

Friday, September 9

In the morning, the main topic is Stroke. In the afternoon, there are the following special sessions: 

Honorary Member: Speech & Ceremony
EJMINT Best Paper Award
ECMINT Students - Graduation Ceremony
Best European Studies

Saturday, September 10

This day concentrates on the New Technology Symposiums.

Consult the complete preliminary programme.

UEMS Accreditation

The 8th ESMINT Congress has been accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education. The congress is designated for a maximum of, or up to 18 European CME credits (ECMEC).

Call for Cases

The Call for Cases is closed. Have a look at the preliminary programme to see all delegate cases that has been selected by the Scientific Committee.


The ESMINT Congress has created a partnership with the airlines of SkyTeam and Lufthansa German Airlines. You can benefit from preferential airline tickets by visiting Travel Rebate on our congress website. 

First symposium for nurses, radiographers and technicians

This year the ESMINT has decided to expand the continued medical education towards the non-physician colleagues in our field, specifically the angiosuite personnel.

On Thursday September 8, we will have a ‘nurse/technician’ symposium running parallel to the EANS-ESMINT morning session in Nice, France. The topic of this symposium is stroke, given the enormous increase in workload in this field and the rapid evolution. The symposium will be run by a faculty of nurses from different countries and the speakers at the symposium will tailor the subjects to the particular interest of this audience. After the symposium, the nurses will be joining the regular ESMINT program to see the case based discussions. We happily welcome all neurointerventional team members to attend the ESMINT-symposium and hope that this addition helps to build the strength of our teams in our multidisciplinary field.
Johanna Doshé (Sweden)
Ariene Mastenbroek (the Netherlands)
Kathy Jones (Australia / UK)
Helen Genins (Sweden)
Fabienne Menu (France)



ESO EndorsedThe ESMINT Congress is endorsed by the European Stroke Organisation.


About The ESMINT Congress

The annual ESMINT Congress grows year by year. The goal of the conference is to facilitate discussions between neuroradiologists, neurosurgeons, neurologists and sister scientists about indications, strategies, techniques, complications and morbi-mortality in Vascular Interventional Neuroradiology, and to provide information on new technologies and practices.

Attendees also receive the results from studies, both ongoing and completed. Additionally, we wish to stimulate debates and controversial opinions based on case discussions, operators' experience and the results of most recent studies.

GET INVOLVED! ESMINT is not a typical formal congress. Send us your ideas for subjects you would like us to cover and help us design the program. We want this meeting to open our minds, enlarge our knowledge and eventually influence our practice.