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Thank you to everyone who made CIO 2022 a huge success!

Join us again next year, September 22-24, at the Signia Bonnet Creek in Orlando, Florida for inspiring IO education.

CIO 2023
Advancing IO Care Through Practical Education and Inspiration
Join Us in Orlando | September 22-24, 2023

Renowned for its originality, practicality, and focus on improving patient care, CIO highlights the most viable and sought-after treatments in the rapidly expanding field of interventional oncology.

This is the must-attend symposium for those looking to learn efficient, innovative applications to significantly improve the lives of patients with cancer. Spend a weekend with experts in Orlando and leave equipped with powerful new ideas and techniques you can immediately implement into your practice.

CIO 2023
Practical IO Presentations
Expert Faculty
CME/CNE Credits
The Topics

CIO offers real-world education through practical IO presentations, hands-on workshops, case review with the experts, and lessons learned from complications and saves.

The Year in Review in IO
Morbidity and Mortality in IO
Liver-Directed Therapy
Role of Y-90 and TACE
Renal and Lung Ablation
Musculoskeletal Interventions
Fundamentals of IO
Interventions for Prostate, Pancreatic, and Breast Cancer
Meet the Pioneers
Course Director
Ripal Gandhi, MD, FSIR, FSVM
Associate Clinical Professor
Florida International University
Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine
Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute
Miami, Florida
Course Director
Constantino Peña, MD, FSIR
Medical Director, Vascular Imaging
Interventional Radiology
Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute
Voluntary Clinical Assistant Professor, Radiology
Florida International University
Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine
Affiliate Assistant Professor, Radiology
University of South Florida College of Medicine
Miami, Florida
Interventional radiology became a therapeutic paradigm in oncologic diagnosis and treatment. Masterful combination of the CIO sessions exquisitely covered pioneering techniques in embolization, ablative therapies, palliative care, non-opioid pain management, and IO practice business. Cutting edge minimally-invasive technology, indulging virtual reality educational tools, and passion and skills of all the established IO leaders built for an exceptional CIO meeting. Truly inspired to keep fighting the good fight.

Oleksandra Kutsenko, MD

SUNY Upstate University Hospital

CIO provided the optimal platform for collaboration with multidisciplinary specialties whom participate in the management of oncology patients. The input from industry specialists and the interventional radiologists with direct experience with their products offers a unique perspective on both FDA-approved and future therapy options. The encouragement provided to residents and fellows proves CIO remains dedicated to educating the future of IO specialists within the sphere on oncology.

Michael Aaron Chorney, MD

Pennsylvania Hospital | University of Pennsylvania Health System

I really enjoyed this year’s CIO meeting with its emphasis on both the essentials for IO practice as well as recent advancements, expert recommendations, and upcoming therapies. The range of topics covered was excellent, and the format included the right balance between lectures, workshops, and interactive sessions.

Mina Makary, MD

OSU Medical Center

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