ASNR 60th Annual Meeting

Acceptance notifications will be sent on or before January 17, 2022, upon conclusion of peer review.

Questions? Contact the ASNR Education Department at


Abstract Submission Information and Criteria

1. By submitting an Oral or Excerpta abstract, you agree that the presenting author will register, attend and present in person. By submitting an Electronic Poster or Educational Exhibit abstract, you agree that the presenting author will register, attend and present virtually OR in person.

2. Presenters of accepted abstracts must register at their own expense for ASNR22 and/or SNR XXII.

3. All authors must have disclosure on file in the submission system. Remove authors with missing disclosures prior to submitting abstracts. Email to add authors after the submission deadline.

4. The use of charts, tables and graphics are encouraged if relevant to the research submitted.


6. Changes can be made to submitted abstracts until the deadline.

7. Available ASNR awards include the Cornelius Dyke Memorial Award, Outstanding Oral Presentation Awards, and Educational Exhibit Awards.

8. The American Journal of Neuroradiology (AJNR) and Neurographics encourage presenters to submit manuscripts based on their work to AJNR or Neurographics before considering other journals.

Submission Categories


  • 5-minute presentation plus shared session discussion that summarizes details of original investigative research.
  • Required abstract format: Purpose, Materials and Methods, Results, Conclusion.

ELECTRONIC SCIENTIFIC POSTER – will be shown during both meetings

  • A visually oriented educational presentation, highlighting the unique didactic advantages of the computer format and focus on its interactive potential.
  • Required abstract format: Purpose, Materials and Methods, Results, Conclusion.

ELECTRONIC EDUCATIONAL EXHIBIT – will be shown during both meetings

  • A visually oriented educational presentation. Electronic Educational Exhibits highlight the unique didactic advantages of the computer format and focus on its interactive potential.
  • Required abstract format: summary of the planned presentation and list of educational objectives. Consider use of Purpose, Materials/Methods, Results and Conclusion when appropriate.
  • Live presentation time for select exhibits.

EXCERPTA (ORAL PRESENTATIONS) – will be included during SNR ONLY

  • Excerpta should be presented by trainees (resident, registrar, fellow or medical student).
  • 3-minute oral presentation plus shared session discussion that teaches a lesson, states and illustrates a problem in diagnosis, or focuses on noteworthy radiologic appearances of specific diseases, disorders or anomalies.
  • Required abstract format: Clinical History, Imaging Findings, Discussion, Teaching Point. Excerpta abstracts must include one figure.
  • Excerpta abstracts will be posted on the WFNRS website after the meeting.

For Each Abstract

  • Maximum length, not including spaces, title, authors, or images: Scientific Oral/Poster or Educational Exhibit: 2,500 characters; Excerpta: 1,000 characters
  • Submission site allows uploading of a single JPG file with each submission. This single JPG may contain multiple images, graphics and tables. Only one graphic file may be submitted with each abstract. This single JPG can contain multiple images, graphics and tables.
  • At least one reference is required, and up to five references may be included. References should be formatted according to AJNR author instructions.


Join us in New York City on May 13 – 18, 2022 for the Symposium Neuroradiologicum XXII and the ASNR 2022 Annual Meeting. Hosted together, this international gathering of over 2000 neuroradiologists will present the latest research and educational topics in global neuroradiology.


New York Hilton Midtown
1335 Avenue of the Americas
New York, New York 10019, USA

Message from the ASNR22 Program Chair

It is my pleasure to invite you to the 60th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Neuroradiology.

Being held May 16-18, 2022, in New York City, we will gather at the New York Hilton Midtown, in tandem with the Symposium Neuroradiologicum (SNR) of the World Federation of Neuroradiological Societies, the quadrennial gathering of the world’s neuroradiologists and neuroimaging scientists.

The theme for the meeting is Reconnecting the Global Neuroradiology Community. Never in the history of our society have we been prevented from physically gathering together as we have these past two years. Our global ties – our connection as a global community – are more important than ever. However, we know that travel to New York may still not be possible for some. To that end, meeting attendance will be offered in a hybrid model, with both in person and virtual experiences available.

In person or virtually, #ASNR22 will afford all attendees the opportunity to learn the most up to date, best practices in neuroradiology through invited lectures, oral and electronic research presentations, and exhibits. As always, we will have dedicated specialty programming from the ASFNR, ASHNR, ASPNR, ASSR, and SNIS. Other planned topics include health policy, artificial intelligence applications, and health equity. Our popular “Reunion Night” will be returning on Monday, May 16, and there will be a joint reception for ASNR and SNR attendees on Sunday, May 15.

Dynamic, multicultural New York City will be the perfect place to reconnect. Broadway is reopening and the city’s “NYC Reawakens” initiative is supporting numerous new attractions, restaurants, exhibitions, and waterfront activities to make the City that Never Sleeps even more exhilarating. The host hotel is centrally located within walking distance of Central Park, Rockefeller Center, the Museum of Modern Art, Broadway, and much, much more. With three major international airports, including the newly-remodeled LaGuardia and Newark Liberty Airports, getting there is easy.

Come join our Diamond Jubilee celebration in the city where it all began 60 years ago. Reconnect with friends from around the world, get your continuing education needs met, and take a bite out of the Big Apple!

Erin Simon Schwartz, MD, FACR
ASNR 2022 Program Chair/President-Elect

Message from the SNR 2022 Program Chairs


As the program chairs of SNR XXII we are looking forward to welcoming you to the next Symposium Neuroradiologicum of the World Federation of Neuroradiological Sciences [WFNRS], May 13-16, 2022. ASNR is hosting the symposium which is held every four years, and which, in 2022, will immediately precede the 60th Annual ASNR meeting. We do understand that with Covid-19, this has been an extraordinary 12 months, leading to much uncertainty, displacement, disconnection, and many lives lost. Our worldwide Neuroradiological community has been unable to connect and network and share our expertise and ideas in the ways that we have enjoyed in the past. Our goal for SNR XXII is to capitalize on the learnings we have acquired in this all-virtual world and provide a forum to exchange ideas, describe imaging challenges and share solutions for best clinical practice. Our preliminary program for SNR XXII has been prepared, and we look forward to sharing more of the details of how you can be part of this landmark meeting and learn and socialize in a safe environment.

We are carefully monitoring the COVID-19 infection rates and CDC guidelines to help us determine the final format but hope to be able to bring our Neuroradiology community together physically in New York City in 2022. The hotel is slated to open April 1st and with all safety guidelines set, we hope that SNR XXII and ASNR 2022 will be a time to reconnect and share the wealth of our collective knowledge in person.

Please mark your calendars for SNR XXII. We look forward to seeing you!

Mauricio Castillo, MD, FACR and Christine Glastonbury, MD