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Have you ever wondered…
...how to enhance the chance of getting your paper published?
...why manuscripts get rejected?
...which topics are most likely to be accepted?
...which tips and tricks seasoned editors have for authors?
To hear the answers, join our session "How to get published - tips and tricks from CVIR Editors" at ET 2022. Get some practical advice from our Editor-in-Chief Klaus Hausegger, Deputy Editor-in-Chief Raman Uberoi and Associate Editor Tiago Bilhim and ask them any questions you may have regarding your submissions.
"How to get published - tips and tricks from CVIR Editors" is limited to 12 participants only, on a first come, first served basis.
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This session will be in person and open to ET 2022 registrants only. More details on ET 2022, CIRSE's dedicated annual conference on embolotherapy, can be found here.
Wednesday, June 22, 2022
Palais des Congres Nice Acropolis
1 Esplanade Kennedy
06300 Nice, France
No matter whether you are about to submit your first manuscript or if you are an experienced author, don't miss this opportunity to have a meeting with our editors and get useful inside information and word of advice from experts in the field.
Klaus Hausegger is CVIR’s Editor-in-Chief. Prof. Hausegger graduated from the Medical University of Graz in 1984 and became a full radiologist in 1992. Shortly after, he became an Assistant Professor at the Medical University of Graz. He held positions as the Deputy Head of the Department of Radiology and the Department of Vascular and Interventional Radiology at the University Hospital of Graz.
His research interests lie in the field of vascular interventions including hepatobiliary interventions, TIPS and neurointerventions. He is currently the
Department Head of
Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology at Klagenfurt State Hospital in Austria.
Raman Uberoi studied medicine at Cambridge University and has been a consultant interventional radiologist for 20 years. He is a member of several CIRSE committees, as the EBIR Committee Chairperson and a member of the Standards of Practice Committee. Prof. Uberoi's specialisation includes aortic and iliac stenting, SVC stenting, internal iliac artery embolisations, surveillance following EVAR and gastrostomy.
Graduated from Medical School at the Nova Medical School in Lisbon in 2004, and did his PhD on prostatic artery embolisation in 2011. He is currently working in Interventional Radiology at Centro Hospitalar Universitário de Lisboa Central, Saint Louis Hospital and CUF Hospital in Lisbon. He is also a Professor of Anatomy and Radiology at the Nova Medical School, and a CIRSE and an SIR Fellow. His research interests include prostatic and uterine artery embolisation, hepatobiliary and oncology interventions and diabetic foot revascularisation. Served as a Reviewer and Associate Editor for JVIR from 2017-2020.