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Call for mentors – EYMINT e-fellowship programme

23 Aug 2023   Category/ies: Teaching

Following the very successful first, second and third editions, the EYMINT e-fellowship programme is about to begin a fourth round!

To enable the expansion of the programme, new mentor sites are needed.

The deadline for applications is Thursday, 31 August 2023.

How to apply?

Please send a short statement outlining your motivation and how you match the eligibility criteria to

What are the benefits for the mentor?

  • Participation in a modern, state-of-the-art teaching programme of theoretical neurointerventional skills
  • Direct interaction with ambitious young neurointerventional professionals from all over Europe
  • Installation of a state-of-the-art remote streaming set-up in the mentor’s neuroangiography suite (paid for by the programme)   

What are the requirements for mentor sites?

  • The mentor should be an ESMINT Member from geographical Europe
  • Fellows of EBNI are particularly invited to apply
  • The mentor is an expert in one of these fields:
    • Recanalizing interventions
      • Thrombectomy including stent retriever and direct aspiration
      • Intracranial stents and PTA
    • Embolizing interventions
      • Aneurysm embolization (balloon-remodeling, stent-assisted coiling, flow diverter, intra-saccular flow diverter)
      • AV-malformations and AV-fistula
  • The mentor is experienced in proctoring and organizing interventional workshops
  • The mentor site is a high-volume tertiary stroke center

Recommended curriculum during the 6-month e-fellowship

The mentor should be able to provide the following curriculum for the e-fellow:

  • 10 aneurysm treatments
    10 acute ischemic strokes
    2 extracranial and intracranial angioplasties/stentings
  • Embolizations of brain arterio-venous malformations and dural arteriovenous fistulas (numbers dependent on the caseload of the mentor center)

Your participation would be a valuable contribution to training the next generation of our neurointerventional community! We look forward to receiving your applications.