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  • Lars - a remarkable man

    For those of you who read the ISH newsletter and who have participated in ISH activities, you will know Lars as the mastermind behind many successful ISH-related initiatives, as Past-President and as the Editor of the fantastic ISH newsletter. What you may not be aware of, is that Lars has had many successes and has contributed to many programmes and causes beyond ISH.

    Read More 22/09/2014

  • Italian Society of Hypertension 2014 World Hypertension Day Report

    On 17th May 2014 the 10th World Hypertension Day, promoted by the World Hypertension League, was celebrated in Italy.

    'Know Your Blood pressure' was the motto of the day and the central theme of the event as suggested from WHL.

    Read More 17/09/2014

  • What the attendees said....

    I really valued the experience of the ISH New Investigator Symposium in San Francisco as it gave me a forum in which to present my research and be critically evaluated by experts in the hypertension field.

    Read More 12/09/2014

  • 5th ISH New Investigator Symposium on Hypertension and Cardiovascular Disease

    The 5th ISH New Investigator Symposium on Hypertension and Cardiovascular Disease was held in collaboration with the American Heart Association Hypertension Council in advance of their 2014 Scientific Sessions. Organized exclusively by members of the ISH New Investigator Network the half day symposium featured 14 oral presentations and over 60 posters from the best young scientists in the field of hypertension.

    Read More 11/09/2014

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