Join us for a free webinar on Monday, 26 July at 05:00 PM CEST: Taking image-guided therapies to the next level. This webinar will focus on the sharing and discussion of unique and challenging clinical cases and how image-guided therapies further the goal of approach to optimal patient outcomes.
The webinar will be moderated by Prof. Tobias Struffert, Germany. The speaker of the webinar is Dr. Daniel H. Sahlein, USA.
The webinar is supported by Siemens Healthineers and registration for the webinar is free.
What is the webinar about?
The sharing and discussion of unique and challenging clinical cases and how image-guided therapies further the goal of approach to optimal patient outcomes.
Image-Guided Advanced Applications are Great Tools for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Challenging Clinical Cases.
- Understand the key message by sharing interesting cases with challenging anatomy
- Become familiar with the workflow and process for utilizing advanced applications in neuro
- Participate in open discussion on the balance of image quality and dose
About the speaker & moderator
The moderator of the webinar is Prof. Tobias Struffert. He received his medical degree at Westfälische Wilhelms-University Münster. He gained clinical experiences at RWTH Aachen and University Hosptial Saarland in neurosurgery and radiology/neuroradiology.
In 2006 Prof. Struffert moved to University Hospital Erlangen and was employed as a senior physician. The main focus of his work was diagnostic and interventional neuroradiology. Since March 2018 he has headed the neuroradiology department at University Hospital Gießen.
Prof. Tobias Struffert specializes in the field of neurointerventions, flat detector imaging, stroke treatment, and pediatric neuroimaging.
The presenter of the webinar is Dr. Daniel H. Sahlein. He received his medical degree from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City. He completed the NYU Langone Medical Center triple boards program from July 2003 until June 2011, completing two residencies (neurology and radiology) as well as two fellowships (diagnostic neuroradiology and interventional neuroradiology).
Dr. Sahlein was an assistant professor of radiology in neurosurgery and neurology at Columbia University Medical Center for three years prior to moving to Indiana. Dr. Sahlein actively conducts and publishes research on brain aneurysms and arteriovenous malformations and is the principal investigator of the Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine endovascular stroke treatment database. In the last decade, he has published numerous articles in highly regarded biomedical journals, most recently in the Journal of Neurosurgery and in Stroke.
What to expect?
ESMINT webinars provide you with the opportunity to meet experts, who share their experience, practice, and way of thinking regarding everyday challenges in the field of neurointerventions.
This webinar will be an interactive live transmission. All participants will be able to ask questions in real-time via the online chat.