OCTOBER • 27th-29th • 2022

Why did we create this new Course?

Dear colleagues,

The European Liquid Embolic Course (ELEC) has been thought and created as a face-to-face event for the Interventional Radiologists to build a strong community, able to share their experiences, to interact about live cases performance and discuss innovations around liquid embolic agents, in a friendly and serene atmosphere.
In this complicated and uncertain times, we have to take difficult decisions to ensure the safety of patients and of our participants.
This is why, we have decided to postpone the 1st Edition of our European Liquid Embolic Course (ELEC) which was supposed to take place from March 10Th to March 12Th, 2022 in Dijon (France).
As liquid embolization is currently used more and more in daily practice, this course format is more than essential for all Interventional Radiologists wanting to improve their knowledge and techniques.
We are convinced that ELEC has a role to play among the European educational and training events and we will start stronger in 2022!
We can’t wait to meet you in Dijon from Ocrober 27th to 29th 2022!

Stay safe!
Prof. Romaric Loffroy & Prof. Marco Midulla


Prof. Romaric LOFFROY

François-Mitterrand University Hospital, Dijon, France


Prof. Marco MIDULLA

François-Mitterrand University Hospital, Dijon, France

Sharing experience on your liquid embolization practice

Get trained on techniques & tools for liquid embolics applications

Discover the perspectives of development of liquid embolics pointing out the future directions

Studying the edges & risk of liquid embolics

Enhance your expertise in the use of Liquid embolic agents

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    Morgane Airaudi
    T. +33 (0) 7 83 45 45 63

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    Dijon • France

    October 27th to 29th • 2022
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