Global leaders in hypertension and cardiovascular research share with us the details of research articles currently of interest to them or their motivational contributions not necessarily of a scientific nature.
We invite you to read on and find out what Stephen Harrap (ISH President 2010-2012 from Melbourne, Australia) is reading now!
Stephen's contribution relates to both his academic interests and leisure pursuits.
Read More 29/01/2016
Find out what Guido Grassi, ISH Council member from Monza, Italy is reading right now.
Read More 23/11/2015
View the paper that Professor Alta Schutte is reading right now. Professor Schutte works with the Hypertension in Africa Research Team (HART), North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa.
Read More 23/10/2015
View the paper that Professor Rhian Touyz (ISH President based in the Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences at the University of Glasgow, UK) is reading right now.
Read More 23/09/2015
Find out what Professor Neil Poulter (ISH President-Elect based at International Centre for Circulatory Health, Imperial College London, UK) is reading right now.
Read More 12/08/2015
You can view the article that Dr. Ernesto Schifffrin - ISH Immediate Past President from the Sir Mortimer B. Davis-Jewish General Hospital, McGill University, Montreal, Canada (pictured below) is reading right now - Integrative network analysis reveals molecular mechanisms of blood pressure regulation.
Read More 17/07/2015
View the article Dr. Michael Weber (pictured below) is reading right now - Isolated systolic hypertension in young and middle aged adults and 31-year risk for cardiovascular mortality: the Chicago Heart Association Detection Project in Industry study.
Read More 19/05/2015
View the articles that Professor Masatsugu Horiuchi (ISH Secretary - pictured below) is reading on ACE overexpression in myelomonocytes and prevention of cognitive decline in a mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease. Published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation in March 2014.
Read More 22/04/2015
View the article Professor Kate Denton is reading right now on preeclampsia and future risk of cardiovascular disease.
Read More 26/03/2015