We all know how fast time passes. It seems the only thing that changes as quickly as the seasons are the developments in our own specialty.
It’s hard to believe we are already nearing the end of February, but in just a few short weeks, on March 16 and 17, we’ll have the opportunity to welcome you to the LINNC Seminar 2018 – US Edition in New York City. This is one of those unique occasions when we can slow down the passage of time – at least professionally – and for two days take a moment to reflect on and share the clinical developments of the past year.
For those who have participated in a LINNC family course, you already know what to expect – the exacting quality and interactivity that are the hallmarks of what we try to accomplish. The LINNC seminars are very special in their own right. These seminars are based around pre-recorded cases selected by our faculty to best illustrate the most challenging and representative cases of concern to specialists today covering a wide range of patients, indications and the tools at our disposal to treat them.
Each case for the upcoming LINNC Seminar 2018 – US Edition has been specially chosen and prepared just for this meeting. Each offers new insights into the approach, techniques and experience of the individual operator who has performed the case – and will be presenting it in person – to the Seminar participants. This fresh approach, combined with an expert panel and the open and fully interactive participation of the audience that follows, guarantees the kind of take-home messages that can change, improve and advance your practice today.
So, whether you would like to learn about cutting-edge tools or the latest trial results, whether your interest is in aneurysms or AVMs, the management of complications or strokes…or whether you just want to participate in a forum of your peers coming from throughout North America and the world, we urge you to – take the time – and join us in New York .
We hope to see you there, and always welcome you here at LINNC online, where you will find more information, not only about this Seminar, but about all the other activities surrounding the LINNC family of neuroradiology and neurosurgery courses including course information, case studies , literature reviews and announcements. Stay part of our community!
Jacques Moret, Laurent Spelle & Giuseppe Lanzino
LINNC Seminar - US Edition Course Directors