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Poster submissions are encouraged as one way of participation in the ESNR annual congress. To reward high quality posters the ESNR awards one prize for the best scientific poster, one prize for the best educational exhibit/poster and 10 cum laude awards at each congress. The laureate of the best scientific Poster will have free registration for the next ESNR meeting. The laureate of the best educational Poster will be – after discussion with the section editor and editor of "Neuroradiology" – invited to present his work as a pictorial review article in "Neuroradiology". Final decision upon acceptance, though, will be editorial. All poster prize laureates will get a certificate and the opportunity to published their poster on the ESNR website. To do this the winning posters will have to be submitted in a website-compatible electronic format, and the authors will have to given permission for publication of their posters on the website.

  • 2007, XXXII ESNR Annual Meeting and 16th Advanced Course, Genova, Italy

Luc van den Hauwe, Antwerp, Belgium, “Excitotoxicity for dummies”

  • 2008, XXXIII ESNR Annual Meeting and 17th Advanced Course in Diagnostic Neuroradiology, 1st Advanced Course in Interventional Neuroradiology, Cracow, Poland

Stanislas Semenov, Kemerova, Russia, “The hemodynamic significant threshold of internal jugular veins obstruction“ (scientific poster, diagnostic)

Timo Krings, Aachen, Germany, “Pathomechanisms of symptomatic developmental venous anomalies“ (scientific poster, interventional)

Nuria Bargallo, Barcelona, Spain, “Neuroradiological findings in epilepsy patients with hemispheric syndromes” (educational poster)

  • 2009, XXXIV ESNR Annual Meeting and 18th Advanced Course in Diagnostic Neuroradiology, 2nd Advanced Course in Interventional Neuroradiology, Athens, Greece

Surlan Popovic K, Albania, "Perfusion CT of the spinal cord: feasibility, reproducibility of the method and interchange ability of the perfusion values between two software packages"

  • 2011, XXXV ESNR Annual Meeting and 19th Advanced Course in Diagnostic Neuroradiology, 3rd Advanced Course in Interventional Neuroradiology, Antwerp, Belgium

Best scientific poster went to Dr Judith Fischer et al from Munich, Germany, # 99 “Preserved regulation of intracranial pressure with cerebral arteriovenous malformations” and best educational poster went to Dr Tomomya Nakatsuka et al from Sakura, Japan, # 32 “Clinical spectrum of cerebral amyloid angiopathy”.

Following authors and their posters where awarded Cum Lade # 18 G Rahsan et al, # 29 E Vrenzou et al, # 30 K Rudling et al, # 45 H Gama et al, # 46 I K Yu et al, # 66 KB Loh et al, # 68 A Puzhervsky et al, # 103 E Puglielli et al, # 105 D Park et al, and # 112 E Jimenez-Gomez et al,.Best scientific poster went to Dr Judith Fischer et al from Munich, Germany, # 99 “Preserved regulation of intracranial pressure with cerebral arteriovenous malformations” and best educational poster went to Dr Tomomya Nakatsuka et al from Sakura, Japan, # 32 “Clinical spectrum of cerebral amyloid angiopathy”.

Following authors and their posters where awarded Cum Lade # 18 G Rahsan et al, # 29 E Vrenzou et al, # 30 K Rudling et al, # 45 H Gama et al, # 46 I K Yu et al, # 66 KB Loh et al, # 68 A Puzhervsky et al, # 103 E Puglielli et al, # 105 D Park et al, and # 112 E Jimenez-Gomez et al,.