ASNR 58th Annual Meeting

As of September 1, 2020, all sessions from #ASNR20 have been moved to Education Connection, ASNR’s online portal for e-learning. You can complete unfinished sessions and claim credit in EdConnect.

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IMPORTANT: CME Credits already claimed for #ASNR20 Virtual will not appear immediately in EdConnect or the CME Gateway. Thank you for your patience as we process these credits. We will notify you when the credits have been posted to your accounts. Please contact with any questions.


ASNR Members

ASNR members can access all annual meeting sessions. EdConnect is free for members. Use your ASNR username and password to log in.

ASNR Non-Members

If you claimed CME hours for #ASNR20, an account has been created for you. Use the forgot username and/or forgot password links to access EdConnect.

If you did not claim CME for #ASNR20 yet, create a free account on the log-in page to access EdConnect.

Non-member attendees can claim CME credits by purchasing sessions and using an access code at check-out. This access code was provided to non-member attendees via email on Tuesday, September 9, 2020, and will work for free access to all ASNR20 sessions. The code will expire on 12/31/2020.

Abstract Posters

View abstract posters and Electronic Exhibits from the Annual Meeting. Registration is not required to view posters.

Message from the Program Chair

It is my pleasure to invite you to the ASNR 58th Annual Meeting – Now Virtual!

The ASNR 2020 virtual experience will kick off with symposium sessions that feature a deep dive into the many elements of stroke that impact neuroradiologists both now and in the future.

Beyond outstanding presentations on clinical and research-based neuroradiology, the Annual Meeting will focus on how to keep up with the constant changes of healthcare reform, maintaining quality, considering cost, and teaching best practices. Discussions will incorporate many innovative approaches to how neuroimaging currently does and will continue to improve overall healthcare performance. Informative updates will be provided on general neuroradiology and showcase specialty programming from the ASFNR, ASHNR, ASPNR, ASSR, and SNIS.  The heart of the meeting will be invited lectures, original presentations, scientific posters, parallel paper sessions, and educational exhibits.

#ASNR20 will feature unique talks on COVID-19.

There will be more than 90 hours of CME and SA-CME credit available, including at least 15 self-assessment module (SAM) sessions.  We will again feature multiple Clinical Update Sessions, sponsored by our commercial partners, updating you on the capabilities and use of their hardware and software.

Building on prior success, #ASNR20 will allow attendees to immerse themselves in innovative brain, spine, and head & neck imaging while connecting fellow physicians, exhibitors, keynote speakers, and most importantly, colleagues and friends!

Joshua A. Hirsch, MD, FACR, FSIR, FSNIS