New President letter

Dear colleagues, dear friends, The WFITN was formed in 1990 and has just held its 15th biennial meeting in Naples, Italy. With over 1400 delegates and a full 4 day scientific program we can be sure...... Continue »

Just recent: General Assembly in Val d'Isère, January, 14th, 2020

Dear WFITN Members, The General Assembly of the WFITN will take place on Tuesday, January 14th, 2020, 2.15 - 3.45 p.m., at the Centre Henri Oreiller, Val d'Isère.... Continue »

NOW: ABC-WIN Seminar 2020

We are happy to inform you that the 40th ABC WIN meeting will be held as usual in Val d’Isère from Sunday January 12 to Friday January 17, 2020 at the Centre Henri Oreiller. The scientific...... Continue »

WFITN Membership Fee Online Payment

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CME Credits

UEMS-EACCMEThe WFITN Functional Neurovascular Anatomy course in Hong Kong, October, 6. - 9., 2019, has been granted 29 CME credits by the UEMS-EACCME

Welcome to WFITN Website!

The World Federation of Interventional and Therapeutic Neuroradiology is chartered as an international scientific non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of the interventional and therapeutic neuroradiology discipline focussed on endovascular neurosurgery throughout the world. 

Upcoming events


5th World AVM Congress

4th to 6th October 2020

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Course in Functional Neurovascular Anatomy

4th to 8th November 2020

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WFITN Kyoto 2021

26th to 30th September 2021

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The WFITN sincerely regrets to announce that Professor Ronie Piske has passed away suddenly and unexpectedly.

Ronie was a long standing member, supporter of the WFITN and prior member of the executive committee.

He was one the first to train with Pierre Lasjaunias and has since been active in Hospital Beneficencia Portuguesa in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

He was one of the pioneers in South America, co founder of the South American Working Group in Interventional and Therapeutic Neuroradiology (SAWITN).

Interventional Neuroradiology has lost an excellent physician and a gentle, thoughtful man. Our thoughts go to his family, in particular his wife Lia.

Ronie, rest in peace.

The WFITN Executive Committe