February 4th 2021

Registered participants
European Course of Neuroradiology, Diagnostic and Interventional in Latin America - Module 2: Tumors

On August 2020, we announced the postponement for April 2021 of the European Course of Neuroradiology, Diagnostic and Interventional in Latin America - Second module: tumors.

The Colombian Association of Radiology - ACR and the European Society of Neuroradiology - ESNR, have now made a new decision regarding the date of the course, that will be held at the InterContinental Cartagena Hotel from October 24th to 27th 2021.

The InterContinental Hotel has accepted the modification of bookings for these new date. Participants who have made reservations at other hotels should contact the hotel directly to consult their change policies. The Colombian Association of Radiology will be able to provide assistance, if required, for modification of accommodation reservations at the venue hotel.

For any additional questions, please contact us by e-mail or call +57 315 219 7018. 

We thank all the participants for their understanding, hoping to count on their participation in the course on this new date.

Best regards,


Micaela Arrieta Usta, MD. Presidente ACR

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Federico Lubinus, MD.
Coordinador Comité Científico ACR

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Module 2 - Cycle 2




April 11th to 14th, 2021

Hotel InterContinental

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The Colombian Association of Radiology - ACR and the European Society of Neuroradiology - ESNR are carrying out in Colombia the second cycle of the European Course of Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology in Latin America (ECNR LA).
This is an advanced intensive course divided into 4 modules, with the equivalence of the courses that the ESNR carries out in Europe. The participant who completes the 4 modules and passes the respective exams can apply for the European Diploma of Neuroradiology (EDiNR)*.

The second module of the course (Tumours) will take place from April 11th to 14th, 2021 in the city of Cartagena and will be taught by renowned teachers from Europe, North America and Latin America. The program will include lectures in the morning sessions and interesting case analysis workshops in small groups in the afternoons.

The course is aimed exclusively at radiologists and radiology residents.
*EDiNR is not equivalent to a fellow in neuroradiology nor is it an accreditation to practice as a neuroradiologist. For more information about EDiNR click here.



Thematic lines of the second module of the course:

CNS tumor classification, genetics, and gliomas
Gliomas and neuronal tumors
Intra and extra axial tumors
Imaging and treatment of CNS tumors
Column Tumors



Due to the change of date of Module 2 to October 2020 as a consequence of the global emergency caused by COVID-19, the group of teachers may have variations according to their travel availability for this date.

Andrei Holodny, M.D

New York, U.S.A.


Carlos Torres, M.D

Ottawa, Canada


Fabrice Bonneville, M.D

Toulouse, France


Antonio Rocha, M.D

Sao Paulo, Brazil


Carolina Tramontini, M.D

Bogotá, Colombia


Feliza Restrepo, M.D

Medellín, Colombia


Carlos Rugilo, M.D

Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Diana Gómez-Hassan, M.D

Ann Arbor, U.S.A.


Francisco Rivas, M.D

Ann Arbor, U.S.A.

Jorge Dávila, M.D

Ottawa, Canada


Katarina Surlan, M.D

Liubliana, Slovenia

Nicolás Sgarbi, M.D

Montevideo, Uruguay

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Juan Andrés Mora, M.D

Bogotá, Colombia

Majda Thurnher, M.D

Viena, Austria

Perla Salgado, M.D

Mexico DF, Mexico


Juan Pablo Cruz, M.D

Santiago, Chile

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Natalia Montes, M.D

Medellín, Colombia


Pia M. Sundgren, M.D

Lund, Sweden

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Renato Hoffmann, M.D

Sao Paulo, Brazil


Roy Riascos, M.D

Houston, U.S.A.

Sonia Bermúdez, M.D

Bogotá, Colombia


Zoltan Patay, M.D

Memphis, U.S.A.



Cartagena de Indias is one of the most important destinations in the Caribbean. Its Historic Center was declared as Historical and Cultural Heritage of Humanity by Unesco in 1985.

This cultural and architectural jewel was the epicenter of the economic activity of the sixteenth century, during the colonial era. Keeping alive a memory of battles, conquests and pirates, Cartagena has a fascinating architectural mix that includes walls, bastions and forts, as well as preserved buildings of colonial and republican style. The beautiful walled historic center contrasts with the modernism of the skyscrapers that rise in the main commercial, residential and hotel area of ​​the city.



Make your registration online through this website clicking on “Register”



ACR Radiologist

ACR Resident

Members of societies with agreements

Non associated radiologists and residents 

Until January 31st

$ 850

$ 825

$ 900

$ 950

From February the 1st

$ 975

$ 950

$ 1025

$ 1075

To pay for the exam please consult the instructions below:

Instructions for the modular exam

*Rates are in US dollars. Values ​​with taxes not included (19% VAT).

** The Associate radiologist must be up to date in the annual payment of their membership.

***For more information on valid agreements visit www.acronline.org

Refund policy: If you can not attend the event, a refund of 50% of the amount paid will be made (includes operating and commercial financial costs and expenses generated by the transaction). The refund will be made in the 30 days following the date of termination of the event. Applications must be sent to contabilidadacr@acronline.org


Colombian Association of Radiology

www.ecnrlatam.org | www.acronline.org

comunicaciones@acronline.org | +57 4 262 69 78 | +57 315 716 24 61