International Society of Hypertension

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ISH Awards & Prizes

The International Society of Hypertension (ISH) promotes and encourages the advancement of scientific research and knowledge and of its application in all aspects of hypertension and associated cardiovascular diseases. The Society offers a number of awards and lectureships at each Biennial Meeting.

A number of these awards are made possible by the specific and general support of our industry supporters, emphasizing their shared vision for the advancement of knowledge and recognition of achievement. The Society is most grateful for this generous support.

ISH Honour for Senior Women Researchers

ISH women members who have given outstanding service to the ISH and / or made exceptionally distinguished contributions to experimental and clinical research in hypertension may be nominated to receive an ISH Honour for Senior Women Researchers. The ISH Women in Hypertension Research Committee will present the awardee(s) with a plaque during the Awards Ceremony during the ISH Biennial Scientific Meeting.


Past Winners

  • Anna Dominiczak Profile Image

    2018 Anna Dominiczak

    Glasgow, UK

  • Bonita Falkner Profile Image

    2016 Bonita Falkner


  • Lisheng Liu Profile Image

    2016 Lisheng Liu


  • Suzanne Oparil Profile Image

    2016 Suzanne Oparil


  • Talma Rosenthal Profile Image

    2016 Talma Rosenthal


  • Ann Soenarta Profile Image

    2016 Ann Soenarta


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