EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION FOR B.R.A.I.N 2022 NOW OPEN!

 

We are delighted to announce that the third annual B.R.A.I.N. Conference, will be held from Monday 5th until Thursday 8th December 2022 in London.

We look forward to welcoming neuroradiologists, endovascular neurosurgeons and allied health professionals from all over the world, to attend this exciting and innovative meeting. International experts and key opinion leaders from across the world will once again be a part of the faculty and will provide education on a range of different topics including Stroke, Aneurysms, New Technology and much more.

This year’s conference will be a live, in-person conference with parts streamed on the B.R.A.I.N virtual conference platform.

Course Directors:

  • Dr Paul Bhogal, Barts Health NHS Trust

  • Dr Levansri Makalanda, Barts Health NHS Trust

  • Dr Mohammed Aggour, Barts Health NHS Trust

  • Dr Oliver Spooner, Barts Health NHS Trust

Registration Options

Early Bird In-Person Registration - £200

U.K. INR Trainees in Fellowships & Radiology Trainees interested in Interventional Neuroradiology - FREE

Drinks Reception - Monday 5th December - FREE

Conference Dinner, Drapers Hall, Wednesday 7th December - FREE

B.R.A.I.N 2021

 

Thank you to everyone who registered and attended B.R.A.I.N Conference 2021. Whether you joined us in London or watched along online, we hope you enjoyed the excellent education on offer, we certainly did!

 

We're proud to announce that B.R.A.I.N Conference 2021 was viewed LIVE by over 3,800 people worldwide, with attendees in South Korea, China, Saudi Arabia, the UK, the USA, Argentina, all across Europe, and many more countries worldwide! 

 

If you missed any of the talks or would like to watch again, you can now watch the content on-demand via the button below. Please use your registered email address to access and create a password if you have not done so already. 

 

If you would like to view the content but were not registered for the event, fill in this form and we can provide access.