Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the SNORAD conference for 2020 has been cancelled.
Working groups remain on hold at this time.
Please continue to check back for updates on the 2021 conference.
The Symposium for Noninvasive Radioablation (SNORAD) is targeted toward heart rhythm specialists, radiation oncologists, and medical physicists who are interested in learning more about the use of noninvasive radioablation for arrhythmia, including ventricular tachycardia (VT). Participants will hear from experts across multiple disciplines discuss diverse topics including:
Learning to Speak the Same Language
- Management of VT for the Non-Electrophysiologist
- Basic Radiation Physics and Biology for the Non-Radiation Oncologist
Noninvasive Mapping for VT
- VT mapping for ischemic vs non-ischemic cardiomyopathy
- ECG and ECGI
Noninvasive Radioablation for VT
- Preclinical data
- Clinical data, including early clinical trial results
- Developing trials
We believe the key to future success of this developing technology is active engagement across the disciplines. This meeting was developed to foster that collaboration, and provide a forum for idea sharing and collegiality. As such, to ensure active cross-disciplinary participation, interested sites will be requested to bring at least one engaged representative from electrophysiology and radiation oncology.