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SIR president, Laura Findeiss, outlines efforts to increase global access to IR

Laura Findeiss, (Atlanta, USA) president of SIR, talks to Interventional News about the society’s efforts to improve access to interventional radiology (IR) in communities across the globe. Findeiss touches on the issues that hinder the widespread adoption of IR, including lack of infrastructure, training, and government recognition. India and Egypt, Findeiss explains, are two countries where SIR is seeing increased collaboration around accreditation and recognition of the specialty.
Findeiss spoke to Interventional News at the 2019 SIR Annual Scientific Meeting in Austin, Texas.

Findeiss, Laura

Laura Findeiss is the current president of the Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) and is an interventional radiologist and chief of service for the department of radiology at Grady Memorial Hospital, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta.

assumed the office of president of the Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) on March 26, during the society’s Annual Scientific Meeting in Austin, Texas.

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