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SIGN

Society for Image-Guided Neurointerventions

The mission of the SIGN is to foster therapies of brain and spinal cord disorders

 while preventing toxicity to the rest of the body through advancing methods for

image-guided neurointerventions.

ABOUT SIGN

SIGN is a non-profit entity composed of scientists, engineers and clinicians. The initiative to launch SIGN came from the unique opportunity provided by growing technological capacity within several different fields including interventional neuroradiology, MRI, PET, neuropharmacology and artificial intelligence. In 2018 when the society has been established each of these fields offered tools of unprecedented utility such as potent therapeutic agents, methods for selective drug delivery, visualizing brain structure and function, as well as enormous calculation power. Importantly, these converging fields offer great synergy and added value when combined. The SIGN is a non-profit organization supported by its members and by donations.

 

Founding Members

Dr. Michał Zawadzki

PRESIDENT

Dr. Monica Pearl

VICE-PRESIDENT

Dr. Piotr Walczak

SECRETARY

Dr. Miroslaw Janowski

CEO

 

Founding Members

Dr. Michał Zawadzki

PRESIDENT

Dr. Monica Pearl

VICE-PRESIDENT

Dr. Piotr Walczak

SECRETARY

Dr. Johannes Boltze

TREASURER

Dr. Miroslaw Janowski

SIGN CEO

 
 

Contact us

Society for Image Guided Neurointerventions (SIGN), Inc.

1812 Ashland Avenue, Suite 100, Baltimore, MD 21205

Phone: 1 443 287 5614 (Piotr Walczak)

  June 29-30  .  Warwickshire, UK

2019 Sponsors
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Join Us on Our Live Webinar Series
from 11 AM-1 PM EST, June 10 & 11, 2019
ZOOM Link:
 
https://zoom.us/j/210886741
(for Laptop and Desktop to enter Panel, up to 100)
 
Webinar ID        210-886-741
(for Smartphones)