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Milosh Perovitch - Johns Hopkins Travel Grant Announcement

Milosh Perovitch - Johns Hopkins Travel Grant Announcement

Milosh Perovitch was a Yugoslav physician who spent several years of his academic career in the Department of Radiology at Johns Hopkins Medical Institution in the 1960’s and 1970's. Upon his death in 2006, he bequeathed a modest sum of money to the Neuroradiology Division of JHMI. The annual interest on this money amounts to about $10,000 per year and the JHMI neuroradiology division has, in deference to Dr. Perovitch's close ties to Europe, created reverse sabbaticals to Europeans willing to visit our Division for a period from 2-4 weeks, depending upon the visitor’s budgetary constraints. The goal of the visit is to exchange knowledge and develop collaborations. The stipend would be used to defray the visitors' expenses for the month as a travel grant. Expenses above this allotted amount would have to be covered by the grantee.


The Division of Neuroradiology is now accepting applications for a visit for calendar year 2018-9. The application process is a 1-2 page letter addressed to David M. Yousem detailing: 


 1) Proposed material (educational, clinical, research) to be exchanged with Johns Hopkins Faculty and fellows and residents in the area of neuroradiology

2) If appropriate, proposed technique (interventional or otherwise) which could be taught/shared

3) Months of availability in 2018-2019 and length of stay requested (minimum 2 weeks)

4) One letter of support from a neuroradiology colleague

 Please include a CV and a single reprint or PDF file of your work in the research/clinical  area appropriate for us to use to evaluate your proposal.

 Decisions will be made based on merit and a vote of the JHMI Neuroradiology faculty.

Deadline for receipt of application for 2018-9 is July 1, 2018. Decisions will be made by August 1, 2018.


Call for Neuroradiology Editor-in-Chief Candidates

Call for Neuroradiology Editor-in-Chief Candidates

The European Society of Neuroradiology and the publisher Springer are seeking applications and nominations for the position of the Editor-in-Chief for the journal Neuroradiology, a journal dedicated to Neuroimaging and Interventional Neuroradiology. Neuroradiology is the official journal of the European Society of Neuroradiology (ESNR), the Japanese Neuroradiological Society and more than 20 national Neuroradiology societies.

Neuroradiology aims to cover all aspects of adult and pediatric brain, spine and skull base neuroradiology (e.g. Diagnostic, Interventional, Morphological, Advanced Imaging, Head & Neck), with emphasis on clinical research; important advances and findings on neuroanatomy, neurobiology and neurophysiology that affect neuroradiology are also presented. The journal publishes papers that offer critical guidance in neuroradiology and includes the application of the latest techniques. Technical and clinical results in the field of Interventional Neuroradiology are also presented. The journal receives submissions on all aspects of Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology from all over the world and publishes scientific articles and review articles on timely topics.


The Editor-in-Chief, working in consultation with Section Editors, is responsible for encouraging and commissioning submissions of scientific manuscripts to the journal, for setting high standards for scientific integrity, for release of accepted manuscripts on a timely basis, for formulating and interpreting editorial policies and philosophy and for cooperating with the ESNR Publication Committee, the ESNR Executive Committee and the publisher in the production of a self-supporting, peer-reviewed journal. The Editor-in-Chief adheres to standards of editorial good practice as recommended by organizations such as the Committee of Publication Ethics (COPE). Furthermore, the Editor-in-Chief is responsible for maintaining close contact with the latest trends in electronic media and for ensuring that the journal is able to serve its scientific and educational purposes in multiple formats, as the demands of communication evolve. The Editor-in-Chief works with members of the neuroradiological community, including authors, editors, readers, etc. to reinforce strong relationships within the neuroradiological field.


The ideal candidate should have a vision of how to lead the journal and increase its impact in the international community. The successful candidate should have a broad interest and experience in neuroradiology and research, a commitment to leading this journal to a preeminent position in the specialty, and a clear idea of the pragmatic issues involved in accomplishing this mission. Eligible for this position are ESNR members with full membership for at least five years.


The new Editor in Chief will be appointed by the publisher in consultation and agreement with the ESNR. The Editor in Chief is expected to work closely with the publisher on all aspects of publishing, to be an active member of the ESNR, and to liaise with the ESNR executive committee.









Interested individuals should prepare and submit an application via e-mail. The application must include the following:

· Letter of application that describes your qualifications for the role of Editor-in-Chief, such as past experience as an editor or member of an editorial board, history of scholarship in the field (publication list, H-index, teaching activities), and demonstrated capacity to manage deadlines and to attract and retain contributors to projects.

· Vision statement that provides a clear description of your vision for Neuroradiology under your leadership. The statement should set forth goals and plans for the content of the journal and how to put the plan into action.

· Curriculum vitae that accurately portrays your experience, indicates your current affiliations, and lists your current contact information.


Applications will be reviewed by members of the ESNR Executive Committee and the publisher immediately after the submission deadline.


The selected candidate will be expected to disclose any potential conflicts of interest prior to appointment and annually thereafter throughout his or her term of service.


Deadline for submissions: 31 August, 2018



Send curriculum vitae and introductory letters of intent to:


Andrea Spies

ESNR Executive Assistant

Selection of the Venue and President of the 44th Annual Meeting of the European Society of Neuroradiology (ESNR)

Selection of the Venue and President of the 44th Annual Meeting of the European Society of Neuroradiology (ESNR)

Application for Congress Presidency of the 44th ESNR Annual Meeting is open (deadline 14th June 2018)


Application is required with a written “Proposal” containing:

  • Candidate’s professional curriculum
  • Information about the City
  • Preliminary Budget


For all detailed information and conditions to apply please click here


All applications should be send by email to the ESNR Central Office Meetings Branch ( to the attention of the Secretary General, with copy to the Secretary General (


Registration for the 9th Advanced Course of Higher Qualification in Spine Neuroradiology is now open!

Registration for the 9th Advanced Course of Higher Qualification in Spine Neuroradiology is now open!

The registration for the course is now open on the ESNR website. You may find more information on prices by clicking here


Welcome to the 9th Advanced Course of Higher Qualification in Spine Neuroradiology which will take place from 8-10 November 2018 in Malta!


Don’t miss an exciting and intensive program with two days of scientific sessions plus one day hands-on course


The 9th ESNR Advanced Spine Course will cover specific spine topics (degenerative, tumors, trauma etc.), starting from the Clinic & Diagnosis, guiding to the final correct Treatment: Diagnostic knowledge & Interventional expertise are two sides of the same coin.


Malta, the island heart of the Mediterranean, as European Capital of Culture 2018, will be the location for our Meeting.


Looking forward to seeing you in Malta and check our website for the updates on the scientific program and accommodation facilities.


Best abstract prize for ESNR Junior Members

Best abstract prize for ESNR Junior Members

ESNR proudly announces that a prize has been proclaimed for Junior Members of the ESNR in relation to the 41st Annual Scientific Meeting in Rotterdam, 19-23 September 2018. This grant can be realised thanks to a donation attributed to ESNR to support the active participation of Junior Members within the ESNR.


The best abstract of ESNR Junior Members per abstract category will get a monetary prize of € 400 to be used for travel expenses as well as a free registration to the ESNR Annual Scientific Meeting in Rotterdam.




ESNR will offer a €400 travel grant and waive the registration fee to the 41st Annual Scientific Meeting in Rotterdam to the five best abstracts to be presented by ESNR junior members (one per each abstract category)


The conditions are the following:


-          Candidates must be ESNR Junior members at the time of the abstract submission (pending or active)

-          Due date for abstract submission is April 12th, 2018

-          The candidate must be the presenter of their oral presentation

-          The five categories are diagnostic brain, interventional, paediatric, spine, and head and neck. If there is no appropriate junior member submission in one of the 5 categories, a winner will be selected from another category

-          The winners need to send bank account details to within 1 month after notification by Central Office; otherwise the prize will not be awarded.


The winners will be selected by the 2018 scientific committee based on their abstract scores and review of the individual abstracts. Winners will be informed by the ESNR Central Office within one week of the notification of abstract acceptance. In case the registration fee for the Congress is already paid, this will be reimbursed within one month after notification to the winners.


For all questions, please contact the ESNR Central Office at:


Application for the 2018 Exchange Programme for Neuroradiology Fellowship

Application for the 2018 Exchange Programme for Neuroradiology Fellowship

The application for the 2018 Exchange Programme for Neuroradiology Fellowship will open on February 19th, 2018. More information can be found here.

OPEN APPLICATION : Research Fellowship in Diagnostic Neuroradiology

OPEN APPLICATION : Research Fellowship in Diagnostic Neuroradiology

ESNR Research fellowship 2018


The ESNR Neuroradiology Diagnostic Committee is delighted to announce that, with support of the ESNR Executive Committee, we can offer a

12 months Research Fellowship in Diagnostic Neuroradiology.

Purpose of this fellowship is to stimulate cross-border research exchange in Neuroradiology within Europe.

The fellowship amounts to €25.000, intended to cover costs for living during the fellowship. Host institutions are expected to cover all potential other costs related to carrying out the research project.

Eligible are ESNR junior or full members up to the age of 40 years, who have been residing in Europe at the time of application for the past 24 months (with respect to membership see also ESNR regulations 7.12.2014).

Candidates will be selected based on their potential for scientific development, including the capacity to carry out the proposed research project, the quality of the research project, and the appropriateness of the host institution for the proposed project.

A minimum of 1 (submitted) manuscript is expected to result from the Fellowship.


Applications can be submitted until April 3rd, 2018 and should include:

1.      Curriculum vitae of the applicant, including information on previous publications and awards.

2.      Letter of invitation by the host institution, including mention of the intended supervisor for the project.

3.      A detailed research proposal, including background, methods and work plan and expected deliverables at the end of the Fellowship. Maximum of 5 A4 pages, including references, at minimum font size 11.


Selection will be performed by the ESNR Neuroradiology Diagnostic Committee and announced in June 2018.

When awarded, the Fellowship is to commence within 6 months of announcement.

The official announcement of the winner will be in Rotterdam during the ESNR 2018.


Applications to be sent to:


Sumbissions for the ESNR Awards 2018 are open until March 1, 2018

Sumbissions for the ESNR Awards 2018 are open until March 1, 2018



Please send your submissions to the attention of the

ESNR Secretary General

The object of the email should read: ESNR award submission.

More information can be found on

Rules of participation

Article 1: The three prizes reward the achievements of young scientists, under the age of 40 years on the day of application, working in the field of neuroradiology in a European centre and having been accepted as Full, Associate, Junior, or Institutional Member of the ESNR.


Article 2: The prizes, each to the amount of € 4000, are awarded every year at the Awards Ceremony during the annual congress of the ESNR, or during the Symposium Neuroradiologicum when the ESNR Annual Congress does not take place. The Awards Ceremony is a respected event during each congress; other simultaneous ESNR sessions are not allowed, and the ceremony may not be split in two or more parts. The Award Ceremony is conducted by the Chair of the Awards Committee, who also introduces the awardees and presents the prizes together with the ESNR President.

Article 3: The candidate must be the first author of an original work in the fields of research in neuroradiology: diagnostic or interventional neuroradiology. Applications can be placed for a scientific work that was:


a. published online or in print in a peer-reviewed scientific journal listed in SCI within the last 12 months before the date of submission, or

b. submitted, still unpublished, accepted or not yet accepted.

The candidate must not have received any other prize for the same work, and must not have received the ESNR award of the same category previously.


Article 4: All submissions must be in English and should include:

  • application letter indicating the title of the scientific paper upon which the application is based, and reporting its status if not yet published;
  • the scientific paper (unpublished or to be submitted);
  • the full Curriculum Vitae and a photo of the candidate.


These documents must be exclusively submitted, as electronic attachments, via e-mail to the address indicated below. Please note that each submitted article and its relevant images should be included in a separate attachment.


By submitting the work the author agrees, if declared the winner, to present the work at the next ESNR Annual Congress or Symposium Neuroradiologicum. Should the winner be unable to participate because of proven urgent reasons, the presentation can be made by a co-author of the same paper. If no presentation is made, the prize money will not be awarded. Payment of the prize money is made after the relevant ESNR Annual Congress or Symposium Neuroradiologicum has taken place.


Article 5: A single author can apply for more than one prize with scientific papers on clearly different topics as confirmed by the Awards Committee.


Article 6: Authors are requested to indicate to which of the three awards categories each scientific paper is addressed. If the Awards Committee considers another category to be more appropriate, the submission may be re-classified.


Article 7: A Scientific Jury will assess and rate the submitted papers. The Jury is composed of the members of the Awards Committee, plus four internationally known specialists in neuroradiology, who will rate each application independently from each other. If the rating does not give clear results, the prize-winners will be identified by consensus of all jury members.


The members of the Scientific Jury should declare not to have a conflict of interests. In case of conflict of interests, the juror is excluded from the Scientific Jury for the current year and specific prize category, and is replaced by another juror of equal scientific standing.


The Chair of the Awards Committee shall be invited as a Faculty member to the ESNR Annual Meeting or Symposium Neuroradiologicum where the award ceremony takes place.


Article 9: The ESNR will advertise the prizes by a dedicated newsletter and in the society website, as of January 1st each year. The deadline for applications is set at March 1st each year. The Award Committee will designate the laureates after receiving the evaluations of the jurors, as a rule by May1st. Should the Award Committee decide that, in any category, no submission meets sufficient quality requirements, no prize will be awarded in that category.

Article 10: All candidates will be notified in writing of the result of their application. The laureates will be invited to give a six-minute oral presentation at the Award Ceremony during the ESNR Annual Congress, or Symposium Neuroradiologicum when the ESNR Annual Congress does not take place. The congress registration fee of the laureates is waived; the travel expenses will be reimbursed.


The names of the laureates, as well as the titles and abstracts of their scientific works, will be placed on the ESNR website and published in the society pages of Neuroradiology. In case the winning paper is still unpublished, the authors agree that "Neuroradiology”, the official ESNR journal, shall have the right of publication after peer-review.

Article 11: All possible questions and issues regarding the awarding of the Prizes shall be dealt with at the discretion of the Awards Committee and the ESNR Executive Committee. The decision of the ESNR Executive Committee is final.

Article 12: Candidacy implies full acceptance of the rules.





Season's Greetings from the ESNR

Season's Greetings from the ESNR

PLEASE NOTE: Registration and abstract submission for 41st Annual Meeting in Rotterdam, The Netherlands is open

PLEASE NOTE: Registration and abstract submission for 41st Annual Meeting in Rotterdam, The Netherlands is open

41st ESNR Annual Meeting, 25th Advanced Course in Diagnostic Neuroradiology & 10th Advanced Course in Interventional Neuroradiology of the European Society of Neuroradiology in Rotterdam, Netherlands – 19-23 September 2018

The registration and the abstract submission for the meeting is now open on the ESNR website. Please note that the deadline for abstracts submission will be 12th April 2018. Check the website for future updates.

Prepare to be inspired by world-renowned keynote speakers, the latest scientific insights, and most importantly: your colleagues! With advanced courses in ‘Imaging techniques in Neuroradiology: here and beyond!’ and ‘Neurovascular lesions: to treat or not to treat?’ an inspiring educational programme is kicked off on 20 September, which will continue throughout the annual meeting. In honour of the opening of the newly built Erasmus MC as the most modern hospital in Europe, the pre-conference symposium on 19 September is themed ‘Hospital of the Future’.

Rotterdam is a wonderfully dynamic city in the southwest of the Netherlands. It has recently been named by both the New York Times and Lonely Planet as one of the top 10 places to visit, boasting fascinating modern architecture, including the brand new train station and its surroundings, world-class museums and festivals, top bars and restaurants, amazing river views, and a stunning market hall. Rotterdam is very easy to reach from Schiphol Airport with fast trains every 15 minutes taking you to the centre of Rotterdam in less than 30 minutes. English is spoken widely in the Netherlands.

The congress centre ‘De Doelen’ and the adjoining congress hotel (Marriott) are located directly opposite the train station, right within the city centre.More information will be presented in the website within a few weeks.

Follow @ESNRad and @MarionSmits on Twitter to stay informed on the latest #ESNR2018 updates!