Dr Paul Watton, Insigneo Member and Senior Lecturer at the University of Sheffield’s Department of Computer Science was part of the Faculty at ECMINT 3.2 (26-29 June 2019) at St Anne’s College, University of Oxford. He gave lecture on ‘Arterial physiology in health and disease: the future of computational modelling – intracranial aneurysms’.
“The European Course in Minimally Invasive Neurological Therapy (ECMINT) is an intense theoretical course, an important contribution to neuroradiology training and education,
focussing on neuroendovascular pathology/therapy and held at St Anne’s College in Oxford, United Kingdom. 96 delegates from all over Europe, USA, New Zealand, Australia, Central America, Middle East and Singapore attended this course. It really was a great few days with excellent lecturers and tutors and St Anne’s just buzzed with enthusiasm and positive
energy. State of the art management and treatment strategies of all aneurysm types was the main theme. In depth discussion and debate was exchanged on these important topics,
which confront the INR community on a daily basis.” (source: https://www.esmint.eu/ecmint)