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Join us at the AVIR 2020 Annual Meeting
Seattle, WA 


The AVIR Annual Meeting is a unique opportunity to experience the best medical education in patient care, interventional research, techniques, and the challenges facing IR medicine today. In Seattle you will have the opportunity to interact and network with a broad constituency of IR technologists, nurses, physicians, and allied health professionals.

We provide opportunities to gain new insight into innovations in research, policies, techniques, and day-to-day practice -- All while taking in the breathtaking views in the beautiful picturesque city of Seattle.  CEU's available to those who have registered for the AVIR meeting, will be offered on Sunday, March 29th through Wednesday, April 1st.

 

Who should attend?

AVIR 2020 is designed to meet the educational needs of practicing imaging professionals specializing in interventional radiology. This meeting is the only venue offering education designed specifically for the IR professional.
 

What can I expect?

The ability to obtain more than 24 CEU's!!  Every session held by the AVIR will offer credit.  We are working to accredit a select number of sessions held at SIR, including the exciting "Extreme IR" session, held on Saturday, March 28th.  AVIR will be holding all of their sessions at the Sheraton Grand Seattle. It has a great price per night and we highly recommend booking there early.

 

 


!!! UPDATED INFORMATION !!!  

 

1. REGISTRATION BADGES CAN BE OBTAINED FROM EITHER THE MAIN SIR REGISTRATION BOOTH IN THE CONVENTION CENTER OR FROM THE SATELLITE REGISTRATION BOOTH AT THE SHERATON HOTEL ON THE 2ND FLOOR.

 

2.  All attendees are welcome and encouraged to participate in the Vendor Showcase & Soiree on Monday evening (5:30-6:30pm) in the pre-function area at the Sheraton hotel.  This is a valuable networking event and a chance to show our appreciation for those who have supported our meeting!

 

 

Current Agenda*:

 

Saturday, March 28
TimeTitlePresenterLocation
1p-5:30p Extreme IR  Ziv Haskal, MD, FSIR WSCC, Ballroom 6B
630p-730pOpening Reception Sheraton Grand Ballroom
Sunday, March 29
730a-800aContinental Breakfast/President's WelcomeMike Kelly, RT(R)(CV) RCIS; Christine Keough, BSN, RN, CRNGrand Ballroom C/D
800a-900a(Gold Medal Lecture) Evolution NOT Revolution: Indispensable CareJanice Newsome, MD, FSIRGrand Ballroom C/D
900a-1000aNext Generation BiotherapeuticsRahmi Oklu, MD, PhD, FSIRGrand Ballroom C/D
1000a-1015aBREAK
1015a-1115aHybrid Procedures: How Do We Make This Happen?Shelly Brancatelli, RSRS, RPA/RRA, RT(R)(CV)Grand Ballroom C/D
1115a-1215pCoagulation and Anti-Coagulation in the IR Suite: What Everyone Needs to Know Arturo Gonzales, MDGrand Ballroom C/D
1215p-130pLUNCH
130p-230pThe Work-Life Balance FantasyAgnes Solberg, MDGrand Ballroom C/D
230p-300pResearch Opportunities in RadiologyJessica Borges, RT(R)(VI)Grand Ballroom C/D
300p-330pHere for a Reason - My Personal Experience as a Nurse and Patient with a Deadly PEHeather Miller, RN, BSNGrand Ballroom C/D
300p-4:30p Balloon Pulmonary Angioplasty for Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary Hypertension Sanjeeva Kalva, MD, FSIR; Anil Pillai, MD, FSIRWSCC, Rooms 613-614
330p-345pBREAK
345p-445pRadial Access Complications & How to Avoid ThemVivian Bishay, MDGrand Ballroom C/D
 445p-500pLocal Chapter Q&A w/ Director at LargeHannah Smith, RT(R)(VI)Outside Ballroom D
Monday, March 30
730a-800aCommitment to Safety in IRAdam Rubin, RT(R)(VI)Grand Ballroom D
800a-830aImage Guided Tumor AblationBenjamin Pomerantz, MDGrand Ballroom D
8:30a-900aAortic Fenestration David Williams, MD, FSIRGrand Ballroom D
8:30a-1000a Y-90 Dosimetry: From Basic to AdvancedNima Kokabi, MD, FRCPC; S. Cheenu Kappadath, PhDWSCC, Room 604
900a-930aCrucial Conversations-Team Dynamics Gary Siskin, MD, FSIRGrand Ballroom D
930a1000aComplex IVC Filter RemovalsBob Dixon, MD, FSIRGrand Ballroom D
1000a-1015aLocal Chapter Q&A w/ Director at LargeHannah Smith, RT(R)(VI)Outside Ballroom D
1000a-1015aBREAK
1015a-1045aProstate Artery Embolization for BPHSandeep Bagla, MDGrand Ballroom D
1045a-1145aIR Cases of the YearSamantha Kobeissi, MPH, RT(R)(VI); Sarah Khoncarly, MD; Michelle Maneevese, MD; Teeni-Yanei Sanchez, RT(R); Mamdouh Khayat, MD; Ben Heydari, RT(R)(VI)Grand Ballroom D
1145a-1245pLUNCH
1245p-115pObesity and IRJ.David Prologo, MD, FSIR, ADOM-DGrand Ballroom D
115p-145pLymphatic Imaging and InterventionBill Majdalany, MDGrand Ballroom D
145p-215pPAD & CLI in 2020: State of the ArtKeith Pereira, MDGrand Ballroom D
215p-245pComplex Hemodialysis AccessMark Lessne, MDGrand Ballroom D
245p-315pPatient Selection for Liver TherapySam Mouli, MD, MSGrand Ballroom D
315p-330pBREAK
330p-400pBone Tumors, Fractures & Other MSK InterventionsJason Levy, MDGrand Ballroom D
400p-430pCosmetic IR: From Head to ToeAaron Shiloh, MD, FSIRGrand Ballroom D
430p-500pVenous InterventionsGail Peters, MDGrand Ballroom D
530p-630pVendor Showcase & MixerOutside Ballroom D
Tuesday, March 31
730a-800aCoding for Interventional Radiology: Back to the BasicsJeni Eklund, RT(R(M)(CV), CIRCC; Stephanie Dybul, RT(R)(CV), CIRCCGrand Ballroom D
800a-830aPediatric Vascular Interventions: Clinical and Technical InnovationAhmad Alomari, MD, MSc, FSIRGrand Ballroom D
830a-900aEmborrhoid: Embolization of Rectal Arteries for the Treatment of Bleeding from HemorrhoidsVincent Vidal, MD, PhDGrand Ballroom D
830a-1000aControversies in Portal HypertensionWael Saad, MBBCh, FSIR; Maureen Kohi, MD, FSIR WSCC, Room 303
900a-930aIntravascular Ultrasound Guidance (ICE) for TIPS Shunt CreationAdeel Shahid, MDGrand Ballroom D
930a-1000aRenal Cell Carcinoma Ablation & Embolization Nima Kokabi, MD, FRCPCGrand Ballroom D
1000a-1015aLocal Chapter Q&A w/ Director at LargeHannah Smith, RT(R)(VI)Outside Ballroom D
1000a-1015aBREAK
1015a-1045aEndoleak EmbolizationMinhajuddin Khaja, MD, MBA, FSIRGrand Ballroom D
1045a-1115aEmbolization in Obstetrics and GynecologyTheresa Caridi, MD, FSIRGrand Ballroom D
1115a-1145aAI for Augmenting Radiology & Why Future Radiologists may not be RadiologistsMatt Lungren, MD, MPHGrand Ballroom D 
1145a-1215pAVIR - Your Community, Get InvolvedRennie Mohabir, MBA, RT(R) Grand Ballroom D
1215p-115pLUNCH
115p-145pPoster Abstract PresentationsSubmitting PresentersGrand Ballroom D
145p-215pTricky TIPS: When Everything Goes WrongMaureen Kohi, MD, FSIRGrand Ballroom D
215p-245pPTC: Fundamental ApproachWael Saad, MBBCh, FSIRGrand Ballroom D
245p-315pEndovascular Stenting in Dural Venous Sinus Stenosis for the Treatment on Pseudotumor Cerebri (PTC)Marin Radvany, MD 
315p-330pBREAK
330p-400pEllipsys: Percutaneous Fistula for HemodialysisJeffrey Hull, MDGrand Ballroom D
400p-430pEmbolization at 50,000 Feet: Science and an Eye to the FutureZiv Haskal, MD, FSIRGrand Ballroom D
430p-500pPAD: Drug-Eluting TechnologyRobert Lookstein, MD, MHCDL, FSIR, FAHA, FSVMGrand Ballroom D
Wednesday, April 01
830a-1000a(SIR Joint Session)  Radiology Outreach: Around the World in Unlimited ImagesDavid J. Prologo, MD, FSIR, ABOM-D; Beth Santori, RT(R)(CV)(VI)(CT)(MR); Karen Pucino, BSN, RNWashington State Convention Center- Ballroom 6B

 *Schedule is subject to change; 

 

 


Registration Rates

 

 

Early (before Jan. 10)

EXTENDED THRU 1/31/2020!!

Jan.11 – Feb. 14

Feb. 15 – March 27

AVIR Member

$450

$500

$525

Non-Member

$550

$600

$650

*Single day rates are available when you login to register

 

 

 



Hotel Information

 

Sheraton Grand Seattle (Host Hotel)
1400 6th Ave
Seattle, WA 98101
Rates (per night)
Single/Double: $229

Fairmont Olympic Hotel - Seattle
411 University Street
Seattle, WA 98101
Rates (per night)
Single/Double: $249


Grand Hyatt Seattle
721 Pine Street
Seattle, WA 98101
Rates (per night)
Single/Double: $269


Hyatt at Olive 8
1635 8th Ave
Seattle, WA 98101
Rates (per night):
Single/Double: $269

Hyatt Regency
808 Howell Street
Seattle, WA 98101
Rates (per night)
Single/Double: $243

 

Rate Integrity

Throughout the booking process, AVIR/SIR monitors the hotel rates in Seattle. You can rest assured that we are working hard to get the best rates for you!

Hotel Liaisons

AVIR has a team of professionals who monitors our hotel block while onsite at the meeting and makes sure your stay in Seattle is the best it can be. 

Walk/Relocation Policy

Just like airlines, hotels sometimes oversell the amount of rooms they have available on a given night. As an AVIR participant booked within the official block, you are protected if this situation arises.

International Group Registration and Housing

International group coordinators may submit a request for housing packages. Discounted registration rates are also available. Please click here to the SIR housing bureau website for details. Please note: Experient manages the SIR housing bureau and is our only approved partner for hotel reservations. 



Questions?
CONTACT: Julie Orlando, Annual Meeting Chair



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