Cash Prize Competition - Interesting Cases
Deadline : January 21st, 2023


The organizing committee of the Sanctuary of Endovascular Therapy (SET) meeting is pleased to announce a Case Competition with a cash prize! Fellows, residents, and students are invited to submit challenging and interesting cases for the scientific sessions scheduled for February 16-18, 2023 on Kiawah Island, SC.

We invite your submission of a challenging clinical case, with or without complication, that utilized an endovascular intervention or vascular surgical procedure. Also welcome are case presentations of innovative approaches in any area of endovascular or vascular surgical procedures. We are particularly interested in cases that fall into the following categories:

  • Cerebrovascular interventions
  • Aortic Interventions at abdominal and thoracic levels
  • Renal and visceral interventions
  • Lower extremity vascular intervention
  • Cardiovascular interventions
  • Venous interventions

The most interesting cases will be selected by the SET Scientific Committee and invited to participate in the 2023 SET Case Competition. Fellows, residents, and students whose cases are chosen will be listed as clinical faculty and have their meeting registration waived. Travel, accommodations and other expenses are the responsibility of the trainee or their sponsoring clinical faculty member. Each trainee is limited to submitting 3 cases and presenting 1 case. The case description should be no more than 350 words in English.

  • Each case submission must have an individual submission form
  • Each case submission must include a draft PowerPoint presentation with all relevant case information such as images, teaching points and lessons learned
  • PowerPoint should be no more than 10 slides and may include video
  • The submission form must be received by January 21, 2023
  • Selection process will be completed by January 27, 2023

We are no longer accepting new abstracts for this years meeting.

Our 2020 Case Competition Winner is...

Leah Gober, MS3 from Savannah Vascular Institute won our 2020 interesting case competition and was presented a check for $250 from the SET Foundation.  The competition was organized and presented by Jean Ruddy, MD from MUSC in Charleston, SC.

The 2020 competition was fierce among 5 Medical Universities.

  • Joseph Anderson
    • Medical University of South Carolina
  • Allen Bui
    • Medical University of South Carolina
  • Magendran Danapal
    • Carolinas Medical Center
  • Aidan Hamm
    • Carolinas Medical Center
  • Antony Gayed
    • Medical University of South Carolina
  • Leah Gober
    • Savannah Vascular Institute
  • Cane Hoffman
    • University of Virginia
  • Emily S. Reardon
    • Duke University Hospital