The AIRH’s aim is to bring together the global AI and health communities to advance discussions on how to apply AI and drive technological collaboration in healthcare. This is due to the fact that AI would make it possible to measure patient functioning and diagnoses with greater accuracy from the start of the therapeutic process all the way to its conclusion.

Covering all digital transformation topics in healthcare development. With the top key innovators leading the charge for AI Usage in Intervention Cardiology


2023 Graduates

Umair S Ahmad

Umair S Ahmad

Shady Habboush

Shady Habboush

Fawaz Bardoli

Fawaz Bardoli

Adil Al Riyami

Adil Al Riyami


Sunil Roy Thottuveli


Saleh Algahdir


Applying AI to advance the science of interventional cardiology

AI to improve disease detection and diagnostic accuracy

Applications of virtual & augmented reality to boost the patient and physician experience in interventional procedures





Staff Nurse and Technicians of the cardiac catheterization lab​



Three Accumulative Sessions followed by a Hands-on Training Session at the end of the program

(Program Hours: 9 Hours)


Introduction to AI
June 17, 2023
(Virtual Session)


AI in Imaging & Structural Heart Disease
September 15, 2023
(Virtual Session)


(AI in Coronary Artery Disease)
October 6, 2023
(Virtual Session)


Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality & Robotics
November 16-18, 2023
(Hand on Training)

  • 3 Virtual Session will be Live Sessions with live Panel Discussion through Zoom.
  • Hand on Session will be in Dubai During GIS Annual Conference.
  • Graduation Ceremony During GIS Annual Conference.


Dr. Fawaz Almutairi

President of GIS
Interventional Cardiologist, National Guard, Riyadh, KSA

Dr. Ryan Madder

Section Chief of Interventional Cardiology and the Director of the Cardiac Cath Lab at Spectrum Health in Grand Rapids, Michigan. research interests include intracoronary imaging, intracoronary near-infrared spectroscopy, robotic PCI, telestenting, and radiation safety in the cardiac cath lab.

Dr.Bimmer Claessen

Interventional Cardiologist at the Amsterdam University Medical Centres, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  focus of research is Acute ST-elevation myocardial infarction, chronic total coronary occlusions, drug-eluting coronary artery stents.

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Grants Submission

Please read carefully the below criteria to make sure that you are eligible for the GIS Valves 2024 Educational Grant

Please read carefully the below criteria to make sure that you are eligible for the GIS Valves 2024 Educational Grant

1- Subspecialty related to GIS Valves 2024

You can submit the Grant Request if you specialize in the following Subspecialties:

  • Cardiologists
  • Interventionists
  • Cardiovascular Surgeons
  • Chest Diseases Specialists
  • Cardiac Surgeons

2- Professional Approval

  • A recommendation letter must be signed, stamped and approved by the department head in the hospital/ university.
  • It should be directed to the Gulf Intervention Society “GIS”
  • Updated Resume “CV” is required

3- Attendance

To be eligible for reimbursement, 80% of the Program Hours must be attended.

4- Additional Requirements (Increase your opportunity by following these steps using the most active social media account(s))

  1. Follow our social media accounts (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn).
  2. Engage with our content by liking, sharing our posts, and tagging us using the official hashtag #GIS2024.
  3. Ensure that your post is public.

5- What Grant offers

  • Full Free Registration
  • Reimbursement of Maximum specified amount as per your destination, which covers accommodation for two (2) nights and economy flight tickets. (Reimbursement form to be sent after the approval of your submission


GIS Educational Grant submission deadline: 15 April 2024


For Any Inquires please contact PCO In Charge


Grants Submission

Please Read Carefully the Below Criteria to Make Sure that you are Eligible for the GIS Complications Cases Show 2024 Educational Grant


1. Subspecialty related to GIS Complications Cases Show 2024
You can submit the Grant Request if you specialize in the following specialties/subspecialties:
• Cardiology
• Interventional Cardiology
• Cardiovascular Surgery
• Chest Diseases

2. Professional Approval
Recommendation letter must be signed, stamped and approved by the department head in the hospital/ university/ institute

3. Attendance
80% of the Program Hours must be attended to be eligible to get the reimbursement

4. What Grant offers
• Full Free Registration
• Other covered elements to be determined based on the destination

5. Priority
• Submitting a case will be an added value for the grant selection.


GIS Educational Grant submission deadline: 1 February 2024

For Any Inquires please contact PCO In Charge


Cases Submission

  • All Cases should be presented in a PowerPoint and to be written in clear English
  • All presenting authors should have proficiency in English, to be able to present and respond to questions.
  • Cases must be submitted via the online Cases submission site.
  • You must receive the approval of all co-authors before putting their names on the Presentation.
  • All Cases must be submitted to an appropriate category for review based on the scientific content of the Case.
  • Titles:
    • Case titles are limited to 10 words or less.
    • The title should be dynamic and conclusive, rather than descriptive.
    • In general, you should capitalize the first letter of each word unless it is a preposition or article.
    • Titles should not be bold.
  • Authors: One person must be identified as the presenting author. The order of the authors can be modified at any time prior to the case deadline.
  • Content of the case: The case should contain a brief statement of (but not as subheadings):

    Patients Name must be hide from the Presentation

Important dates

  • Submission deadline: 10, Feb 2024
  • Submissions received after this deadline will not be considered. Presenters are not permitted to modify their cases after this date for reviewing purposes.
  • Notification of cases acceptance: 15, Feb, 2024

Presenter agreement

All presenters must agree to the following conditions when submitting a Case:

  • Affirm that the work has not been published (in print or electronically) elsewhere prior to the meeting.
  • Agree that if the case is accepted, GIS has permission to publish the case in printed and/or electronic formats.

Presenter changes and withdrawal policy

If you are unable to attend the meeting and wish to name a substitute presenter, please use the following guidelines:

  • The Presenting Author is the only author that may request a presenter change.
  • Substitute presenter must NOT be presenting another case at the meeting.
  • Substitution requests must be made PRIOR to the meeting.
  • Substitution requests should be sent by the presenting author to the below email:
  • Withdrawal policy: If authors wish to withdraw their case/s, they are requested to send a letter via e-mail to the above-mentioned email

Financial assistance

  • Limited financial assistance is available for this conference in the form of Virtual / In Person Assistance
  • Availability will be indicated during the Cases submission process.

Fawaz Almutairi

Saudi Arabia

Fawaz Portrait GIS president


President, Gulf Intervention
Society Interventional Cardiologists National Guard Hospital Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Abdullah Shehab

United Arab Emirates

shehab portrait vice president GIS


Vice President, Gulf Intervention Society

Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine

Chairman of Education, EMA

Editor Chief New Emirates Medical Journal

Khalid Bin Thani



Treasurer, Gulf Intervention Society

Head of Scientific Committee, GIS Conference

Consultant Interventional Cardiologist

Bahrain Specialist Hospital

Manama, Bahrain

Khalid Bin Thani GIS

Mousa Akbar



General Secretary, Gulf Intervention Society

Head of Cardiology Unit, Al Sabah Hospital

Kuwait City, Kuwait

mousa Akbar GIS