See below for a complete list of our Membership Categories* You can apply online or download the application forms. View the society’s objectives and objectives and membership benefits here. If you have any questions about SNIS membership or the application process, please give us a call at (703) 691-2272 or contact us.
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For individuals who have at least one year subspecialty training in interventional neuroradiology, endovascular neurosurgery or interventional neurology and are certified or eligible by the American Board of Medical Specialties or other boards that are deemed of equivalent rank.
For individuals who have a substantial professional interest in neurointerventional surgery.
For individuals who are training in interventional neuroradiology, endovascular neurosurgery or interventional neurology. Junior membership can be held for 3 years before the member must move to Senior membership.
Clinical Associate Membership
For non-physician members of the medical profession who have a special interest in neurointerventional surgery, such as physician assistants, nurse practitioners, radiologic technologists and paramedical professionals.
Medical Student/Resident Membership
For individuals who have a professional interest in neurointerventional surgery. Candidates for membership must be enrolled in an accredited medical school or residency program, and must submit a signed letter from the medical school Dean or Medical Department Chairman or from your Residency Program Director.
Senior Scientist Membership
For scientists whose primary research focuses on topics relevant to cerebrovascular disease, device and image-guidance technology deployed by neurointerventional surgeons, and/or predictions of treatment efficacy and safety of neurointerventional treatments by preclinical (in vivo, in vitro, or in silico) modeling. Scientists shall be eligible for Senior Scientist after having been an Associate Member for 5 years.
Junior Scientist Membership
For in-training scientists actively performing research in neurointerventional surgery. Junior Scientist membership can be held for 3 years before the member must move to Senior Scientist membership.
*All members and applicants agree to abide by the SNIS Code of Ethics and any revisions thereof.