Society & Committees

ESMINT Society

The Society (European Society of Minimally Invasive Neurological Therapy) and its Foundation (European Foundation of Minimally Invasive Neurological Therapy) have been established in order to promote the benefits of minimally invasive neurological therapies in Europe through education, training and support for high quality scientific research.

ESMINT encourages and supports medical practitioners and scientists working to develop and improve minimally invasive methods for the treatment of neurological diseases. These methods will naturally evolve and currently involve the use of image guidance and medical devices such as endovascular catheters to perform treatments with minimum associated trauma.

The Society and Foundation promote the safe application of such techniques and their practice by suitably trained and competent practitioners throughout Europe. ESMINT encourages the setting of international standards for practice and research and encourages their use and appropriate implementation.

The Society (ESMINT) consists of individuals and groups of members working or training in geographical Europe in the field of minimally invasive neurological therapy. The members will determine the organisational structure of the Society and they will be expected to aspire to the highest standards ethical and scientific medical practice.

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ESMINT Executive Board

Patrick Brouwer, Stockholm/SE

Jens Fiehler, Hamburg/DE
General Secretary

Zsolt Kulcsár, Zurich/CH

Congress Committee Board

Anne Chistine Januel, Toulouse/France

Jens Fiehler, Hamburg/DE
Vice President

Laurent Spelle, Paris/FR
Vice President

Scientific Committee of the 11th ESMINT Congress 2019

Adam Arthur
President, SNIS

Alessandra Biondi
Director of Neuroradiology and Vascular Radiology, Besançon University Hospital

Christoph Cognard
Chairman, Dept. of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Neuroradiology, Hospital of Purpan

Urs Fischer
General Secretary, ESO

Andreas Gruber
Member of the Section of Vascular Neurosurgery, EANS

Marc Ribo
Assistant Professor, Hospital Vall d’Hebron