The Canadian Association for Interventional Radiology (CAIR) will be holding an in-person Annual General Meeting (AGM) for its voting members in good standing on May 27th, 2021 at 15:30 pm EST at Hotel Bonaventure in Montreal, during CAIR's Annual Scientific Meeting.

Dalhousie University Department of Radiology and Nova Scotia Health’s QEII Health Sciences Center Department of Diagnostic Imaging is offering a full-time faculty position for an Interventional Radiologist.

Dr. King is currently the lead for the Department of Interventional Radiology at the Peterborough Regional Health Centre.

Mike Remo is an industry professional with almost 20 years of experience beginning his career in Pharmaceuticals and quickly transitioned to Medical Devices.

Over the years Jason’s practice has evolved to include complex endovascular cases and heavy interventional oncology, specifically Jason enjoys liver intervention, getting his kicks with TACE, TARE and TIPS.

Complimentary registration, and a bursary for transportation and accommodation will be provided to 20 residents and fellows selected to present the best cases.

Professor O'Sullivan is a consultant interventional radiologist at University Hospital Galway, Ireland. Previously, he held a consultant radiologist position at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. Prof. O'Sullivan completed his basic medical training (MBBS) at University College Cork, Ireland.

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