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International Society of Hypertension

New Investigators Network

New Investigator Network

  • A spotlight on Shyamala Thirunavukkarasu -ISH April new investigator of the month

    We invite you to read an interview with Shyamala Thirunavukkarasu - Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Dept. of Pharmacology, College of Medicine, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis. USA.

    Read More 02/04/2015

  • ISH World Hypertension Day Posters

    ISH has launched three posters for World Hypertension Day focusing on facts about high blood pressure. We invite you to download these posters and use these during any activity that you are organising. Remember to mark the day!

    Read More 01/04/2015

  • 'What's on my desk' - the launch of a New Investigator Committee initiative

    The What’s on my desk” (Media New Investigator Committee (NIC) Working Group) initiative will run monthly - primarily via the NIC ISH Facebook/Twitter accounts. In this feature, senior scientists in hypertension/cardiovascular disease will be approached to provide the name/details for an article that they are interested in at the moment. This will provide our members with a unique opportunity to see articles which are of interest to field leaders in hypertension research.

    Read More 26/03/2015

  • World Hypertension League 2014 Annual Report

    Read on to view a copy of the World Hypertension League (WHL) 2014 Annual Report. Find out more about the WHL mission, core values, objectives & goals, vision, resources and much more.

    Read More 09/03/2015

  • Read an interview with Aiman Alak - March ISH New Investigator of the Month

    Aiman Alak is a Fellow in Cardiology from McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Read on to find out more about his scientific goals, advice for talented emerging scientists and much more.

    Read More 03/03/2015

  • ISH Research Fellow seeks a mentor

    ISH Research Fellow, Michael Olugbenga, a Ph.D Student in Physiology from Nigeria, is seeking a mentor.

    Read More 27/02/2015

  • Meet ISH Teaching Faculty members in March

    ISH has a unique responsibility to its constituents. To provide comprehensive representation and to distil regional issues, the Society has created Regional Advisory Groups (RAGs) for (1) Africa (2) Asia and Australasia (3) Central and South America (4) Eastern Europe and Middle East (5) Western Europe and North America.

    Read More 27/02/2015

  • An interview with Nicolas Verheyen: ISH February New Investigator of the Month

    Nicolas is currently completing his internal medicine training at the Medical University of Graz, Austria. His work involves studying the relationships between calcium metabolism and cardiovascular disease. Read on to gain his advice for talented emerging scientists and much more.

    Read More 02/02/2015

  • ISH NIC Spotlight Celebrates Third Year

    The ISH New Investigator Spotlight was created in 2011 with the backing and support of the 1st New Investigator Committee (NIC) Chair, Professor Bo Carlberg and ISH President 2010-2012 - Professor Stephen Harrap, with the mission of providing new scientists an opportunity to display their personal and professional qualities for greater visibility on ISH’s revamped website.

    Read More 29/01/2015

  • World Hypertension Day 2015 - 17 May

    Celebrate World Hypertension Day (WHD) on 17 May and contribute to improving awareness of Hypertension. For the five-year period 2013-2018, the theme of WHD will be ‘Know Your Numbers’ with the goal of increasing high blood pressure awareness in all populations around the world.

    Read More 26/01/2015

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