The International Society of Hypertension (ISH) promotes and encourages the advancement of scientific research and knowledge and of its application in all aspects of hypertension and associated cardiovascular diseases. The Society offers a number of awards and lectureships at each Biennial Meeting.
A number of these awards are made possible by the specific and general support of our industry supporters, emphasizing their shared vision for the advancement of knowledge and recognition of achievement. The Society is most grateful for this generous support.
- Awards Overview
- ISH Franz Volhard Award
- ISH Robert Tigerstedt Award
- AstraZeneca Award
- Austin Doyle Award
- Distinguished Fellow Award
- Honorary Fellow Award
- International Forum Poster Prizes
- ISH Award of Excellence - Disease in Women
- ISH Developing World Award
- ISH Distinguished Mentor Award
- ISH Honour for Senior Women Researchers
- ISH Mentorship Scholar Award
- ISH Mid-Career Award for Women Researchers
- ISH Paul Korner Award
- ISH New Investigator Oral and Poster Presentation Awards
- ISH Research Scholar Fellowship Award
- Jiří Widimský Snr. Award
- Pfizer Award
- The Stevo Julius Award
Austin Doyle Award
This award was established to recognise the contribution of Austin Doyle, Past President of the ISH and Founding Chairman of the High Blood Pressure Research Council of Australia.
It will be awarded to a graduate, who is within 5 years of post graduate qualification. The recipient will be judged to have submitted the best original presentation relevant to clinical medicine, at the ISH Biennial Scientific Meeting.
Must be willing to join the ISH as a member following receipt of award. Previous winners of this award are not eligible for nomination a second time.
2016 Yusuke Kobayashi
Division of Nephrology, Yokosuka City Hospital, Yokosuka, Japan
Abstract presented: Intima-media thickness of the carotid bulb is associated with worsening of orthostatic hypotension in patients with metabolic disorder.
2014 Vikas Kapil
Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University London, UK
Abstract presented: Dietary Nitrate To Reduce Blood Pressure In Hypertensive Patients (dina-htn): A Randomized, Double-blind, Placebo-controlled Clinical Trial.
2012 E Azizan
2010 W Bosu
2008 A Grzesiak
2006 A Schulz
2004 S Padmanabhan / M Furuhashi
2002 M Hausberg
2000 K Narkiewicz
1998 W Haynes
1996 C Whorwood
1994 K Kitamura