Get excited for AVM congress 2018

Following Edinburgh (2012), Nancy (2014) and Napa (2016),
the 4th world congress on brain AVMs will now be held in Montreal, Quebec, CANADA,
on October 14-16th 2018.

The meeting will gather renowned experts from all over the world, from all pertinent backgrounds and specialties, as well as the new generation with revolutionary ideas to address current and future challenges in the management of CNS vascular malformations.

The International Organizing Committee is working on the program to make the event memorable, with ample room for vascular anatomy and fundamental research, case reports and complications, opinions and clinical trials.

We are working hard: There must be more clinical science in this field!
Specific sessions will be dedicated to basic and applied sciences, posterior fossa and spinal cord AVMs, imaging and neuro-navigation, the design of clinical trials, new approaches ‘from the back door’, complications (if they ever occur!), as well as the too often neglected peri-AVM environment: the brain, family and surrounding society!

Neurosurgeons, neurologists, neuroradiologists, radiation oncologists, students, researchers, engineers, technicians, nurses, and patients are invited to contribute.

We hope to welcome you to Montreal

The organizing committee
Michel Bojanowski, Chiraz Chaalala , David Mathieu, Jean Raymond, David Roberge, Daniel Roy, Christian Stapf, Alain Weill, Jean-Christophe Gentric, Elsa Magro, Emmanuel Houdart, David M. Pelz, Alejandro Berenstein, Georges Rodesch, Tim E. Darsaut, Michael Lawton, Olivier Naggara, Daniela Iancu, Ling Feng, Serge Bracard.


AVM congress 2018

We will be live in:


Sep, 20 2018

UEMS accreditation

This event has been accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®)

Jul, 6 2018

MedTech Europe Code

This event is compliant with the MedTech Europe Code of Ethical Business Practice

Jun, 18 2018

Submission results are now available!

You can consult selection’s results on the abstracts submission system, with your login & password used for submission.