International Society of Hypertension

New Investigators Network

New Investigator Network

  • Nguyen Thanh Phuong - February 2016 spotlight of the month

    We invite you to read an interview with Nguyen Thanh Phuong - 4th year medical student at Hue University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Vietnam. He gives his advice for other talented emerging leaders.

    Read More 12/02/2016

  • What's on my desk - Stephen Harrap

    The latest edition of “What’s on my Desk?” is from Stephen Harrap (ISH President 2010-2012) from Melbourne, Australia. Stephen’s contribution relates to both his academic interests and leisure pursuits.

    Read More 12/02/2016

  • Call for nominations – ISH Council 2016-2020

    Positions on the ISH Scientific Council will become available at the next Scientific Meeting to be held in Seoul, Korea (24-29 September 2016). The Society is now inviting nominations from members to fill these positions. DEADLINE: 6 July 2016

    Read More 04/02/2016

  • Register to attend the 8th ISH African Hypertension Teaching Seminar: DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 1 FEBRUARY

    Submit your application today to join the ISH at our 8th Africa Teaching Seminar. This event is designed for medical professionals up to the age of 50 years and residing in Africa, who are involved in the management and/or research in hypertension or hypertension-related fields.

    Read More 26/01/2016

  • Nguyen Van Thao interview - January new investigator of the month

    Read on to find out how Nguyen Van Thao became involved in research relating to Hypertension and Cardiovascular Disease and what advice he has for talented emerging scientists.

    Read More 20/01/2016

  • India: Certificate Course in Management of Hypertension (CCMH)

    The Certificate Course in Management of Hypertension (CCMH) is a joint certification program designed, implemented and delivered by Public Health Foundation of India in collaboration with academic partners Center for Chronic Disease Control (CCDC) and knowledge partners International Society of Hypertension (ISH) and British Hypertension Society (BHS). The educational grant for the same has been provided by Sun Pharma.

    Read More 19/01/2016

  • EXTENDED ABSTRACT DEADLINE TO 25 JANUARY: XX111 Argentine Hypertension Meeting

    The Argentine Society of Hypertension (SAHA) is pleased to invite new investigators (in particular those based in Latin America) to join them at the XX111 Argentine Hypertension Meeting. This event will be held in Buenos Aires from 14-16 April 2016 and the ISH New Investigator Committee is delighted to be collaborating with SAHA onthis initiative.

    Read More 19/01/2016

  • Renew your ISH 2016 membership

    Receive your annual subscription to the Journal of Hypertension, substantial savings on registration fees for the ISH Biennial Scientific Meetings and much more.

    Read More 10/12/2015

  • An interview with Amit Tirosh - ISH December new investigator of the month

    Amit is a Senior Endocrinologist at Rabin Medical Center, Israel. Visiting attending endocrinologist, National Institutes of Health. He is interested in the diagnosis of hypercortisolism, and in the prevention of its deleterious effects, including hypertension, hyperglycemia and hypercoagulability.

    Read More 02/12/2015

  • Sex, drugs and trials galore

    We are delighted to present you with the December 2015 issue of ISH Hypertension News.
    This includes coverage of the results of four trials, all of which have important implications for clinical practice in relation to improving CVD prevention. Three of these trials - SPRINT and two PATHWAYS trials - have clinical implications for hypertension management (how low to go and how to do it) and one EMPA-REG provides unique data regarding optimal glucose lowering with a new class of agents for the prevention of CVD in patients with type 2 diabetes!

    Read More 02/12/2015

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