Our audience is neurologists, neurosurgeons, primary care providers, emergency physicians, hospitalists, interventional neurologists, interventional neuroradiologists, EMS providers, nurses, stroke coordinators, and allied health professionals associated with stroke care.
A partnership of St. Luke's Neurosciences, the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, and the University of California San Diego School of Medicine
The conference is held at the world-class Sun Valley Resort. You'll have the opportunity to choose from a variety of winter recreational activities in your free time.
Reserve your room at the Sun Valley Resort for the 2023 cerebrovascular conference.
*Thanks to the Sun Valley Resort for some of the pictures on this page.
Download the conference program, program addenda, and abstract schedule.
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View the full scientific program for the 2023 SVCC Annual Meeting, the program addenda, and the abstract schedule.
Using Systems and Technology to Improve Outcomes (Morning Session)
Case Presentations, Hot Topics, Debates (Evening Session)
Our speakers are nationally recognized experts and thought leaders in stroke care and research.
We've reserved plenty of time for you to connect and network with conference attendees, faculty, and exhibitors.
We'll meet in the mornings and evenings, leaving your afternoons free to enjoy Sun Valley with your family.
Enjoy the legendary Sun Valley Lodge, newly renovated with a luxurious spa, fitness center, heated outdoor pool, and re-imagined restaurants and lounges.
Enjoy snowshoeing, sleigh rides, and world-class downhill and cross-country skiing at the country's first destination ski resort.
Enjoy a meal with your family, watch your favorite game, or meet up with colleagues at Village Station.