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Dear SNIS 17th Annual Meeting Attendee,

The editorial board of the Journal of NeuroInterventional Surgery (JNIS) is pleased to provide this supplement containing abstracts of the state-of-the-art neurointerventional research that will be presented virtually at this year’s annual meeting.

The abstracts in this supplement represent the best scientific work in the neurointerventional field. These have been unusual days for all of us, and while we cannot celebrate the annual meeting in person, the JNIS editorial board hopes that these abstracts serve as a catalyst for further endovascular research and improvements in patient care. I congratulate the authors for the quality of their research and encourage them to submit their completed manuscripts to JNIS.

Instructions for authors can be found at JNIS offers an efficient review process and manuscripts are published online shortly after acceptance. Indexing of the journal’s articles by search engines such as PubMed, Google Scholar, and Thompson Reuters (Sci Search) ensure global exposure of your work. As a secondary resource, the meeting abstracts will also be published online at

I would like to thank our industry sponsors who have helped support this educational endeavor by purchasing advertising space. Additionally, I would like to thank the Annual Meeting Committee, the SNIS administrative staff, and BMJ for their work in producing this supplement.

Again, thank you for attending this year’s virtual Annual Meeting and congratulations to the authors that have contributed their groundbreaking research. I hope this supplement will be useful in your clinical practice and future research initiatives. We look forward to seeing you next year in Colorado!


Felipe C. Albuquerque, M.D.

Editor-in- Chief, JNIS