View interviews with 6 of the award winners at the September ISH New Investigator Symposium in San Francisco: Urmi Basu, Hana Itani, Trevor Hardigan, Cam McCarthy, Shyamala Thirunavukkarusu and Ashley Wagoner.
This 'Council's Corner - Hypertension Issues; A personal view' contribution comes from Maciej Tomaszewski (University of Leicester, Leicester, UK and Chair of the ISH New Investigator Committee). It is entitled - Resistant hypertension and non-adherence to antihypertensive treatment.
I am delighted to begin my tenure as President of ISH and am looking forward to working with the leadership in taking our Society forward over the next two years.
The September 2014 issue of ISH Hypertension News is now available. In this issue the new ISH President, Professor Rhian Touyz, presents her views on the future and where she would like to take the Society. You will also read reports from the June ESH-ISH/ Hypertension Athens meeting, a report on Hypertension Research in Sapporo Medical University and much more.
New ASH-ISH Hypertension Guidelines Offer Practical, Clinical Information for Doctor and Patient Around the Globe
The ASH-ISH guidelines have been written to provide a straightforward approach to managing hypertension in the community, for practitioners in low and middle-income countries as well as developed countries.
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ISH has been delighted to meet many members and potential new members during the ESH 2013 Meeting in Milan. If you are not yet a member of the Society, contact us to find out more!
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The June issue of Explore is now available! This includes an update on the newly established Working Groups, details of our next New Investigators' Symposium in New Orleans, a review of ISHCasts produced for World Hypertension Day, as well as great contributions from Sofie Brouwers and Dianne Babbitt.
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This Program supports innovative scientific research that will advance knowledge in the field of pulmonary arterial hypertension. The awards provide financial support to 3 junior faculty researchers for a 2-year period. Each award is funded up to $130,000, to be paid in annual installments of up to $65,000 per year for 2 years. Below are links to an information brochure and a flyer.
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Dianne M. Babbitt is a Ph.D. Student in the Department of Kinesiology at Temple University Philadelphia, PA, USA.
Read on to view an interview with Dianne.
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