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  • ISH Funding for Mentors and Organisations to Train Research Scholars in Hypertension: DEADLINE 27 JULY 2016

    There is a critical need to establish and support high quality training programs within low/middle income countries that can enhance the early careers of researchers in the basic science, clinical and public health areas of hypertension. To help meet this need the Society is offering awards to mentors in these countries who have the expertise and resources to offer fellowship training in hypertension disciplines to young investigators.

    Read More 31/05/2016

  • An interview with Namita Hattangady - ISH June new investigator of the month

    We invite you to read an interview with Namita Hattangady. Namita hopes to continue towards a career in translational research in adrenal and cardiovascular pathologies, with the aim of developing a deeper understanding of electrophysiology which aid in the study of the cellular biophysics in physiological and pathological conditions, as well as in the bioinformatic and statistical analyses of next generation sequencing data.

    Read More 31/05/2016

  • IFPMA / ISH Infographic to promote Hypertension Awareness

    Please find below a poster to help promote HYPERTENSION AWARENESS. Please distribute widely as we celebrate World Hypertension Day. This was produced in collaboration with the International Federation for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations (IFPMA).

    Read More 18/05/2016


    The idea to form a female cardiology club in Indonesia was initially brought forward by our senior female cardiologists; Prof Lily Rilantono, Prof Ganesja Harimurti, Dr Ann Soenarta and Dr Anna Ulfa Rahajoe. But not until 2010 that a chat group was formed, exclusively for Indonesian female cardiologists to get to know each other, expand their networks and generally to discuss anything concerning women's cardiovascular health in general. In this group members also could share and help each other navigating the unique challenges of being a minority in the cardiology field. At that time the number of female cardiologists in Indonesia was still very few.

    Read More 10/05/2016

  • Celebrate World Hypertension Day 2016 (17-24 May)

    World Hypertension Day (WHD) is an annual initiative of the World Hypertension League (WHL), an affiliated section of the ISH. The theme of WHD 2016 is “know your numbers” with the goal of increasing high blood pressure awareness in all populations around the world. The WHD 2016 challenge is to screen three million adults. We encourage you to contribute data between 17-24 May to help us reach this goal!

    Read More 10/05/2016

  • ISH April 2016 Africa Teaching Seminar, Maputo, Mozambique

    An enormous thanks to those who contributed to last month's ISH Teaching Seminar in Maputo, Mozambique. This event brought together over 80 people from 8 countries in Africa (including Cameroon, D.R. Congo, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda), as well as faculty members from other parts of the world.

    Read More 04/05/2016

  • Sumeet Gandhi - May 2016 new investigator spotlight of the month

    We invite you to read an interview with Sumeet Gandhi, Cardiology fellow, McMaster University
    Hamilton, Canada. Find out about his favourite manuscript, his role model in science, his scientific goals and much more.

    Read More 04/05/2016

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