Join us at ISH New Investigator Symposium, Singapore, 6 October 2017
The International Society of Hypertension (ISH) New Investigator Committee (NIC) is working closely with the organisers of the forthcoming APCH 2017, October, Singapore Meeting (13th Asian Pacific Congress of Hypertension) – www.apch2017.org).
To recognise and bring together hypertension future leaders, we will be hosting a New Investigator Meeting Programme on the morning of 6th October (from 09:00-13:00 hrs).
Should you be interesting in attending this event, please click here to register.
Information regarding the ISH Singapore New Investigator Meeting Programme
- Date: Friday 6th October 2017
- Time: From 09:00-13:00 hrs
- Venue: Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre
- Programme content:
-Oral Presentation Session
-Poster presentation Session
-Mentorship Keynote Presentation
The ISH new investigator programmes bring together new investigators from around the globe to present ground-breaking cardiovascular research, share ideas, develop collaborations, interact and build relationships that cross disciplines and continents. Importantly, those attending will be eligible to receive awards in recognition of outstanding work presented on this occasion.
Please click here to view information on past ISH new investigator meeting programmes.
We very much hope to see you at the ISH New Investigator Symposium on 6th October.
Ruan KrugerChair, ISH New Investigator CommitteePotchefstroom, South Africa Fadi CharcharChair, ISH Mentorship & Training CommitteeBallarat, Australia
- There is no additional cost to attend this event.
- The ISH will not be offering travel grants / awards for people to attend the ISH Symposium. It is expected that participants will already be attending the APCH Singapore meeting. Hence, they will have their travel and accommodation already organised.
The ISH will however be presenting awards at the symposium for those making the best oral and poster presentations.
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