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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.

  • Ernesto Schiffrin, Montreal, Canada

    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

  • Michael Weber, New York, USA

    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

  • Masatsugu Horiuchi, Ehime University Graduate School of Medicine, JAPAN

    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

  • Kate Denton, Monash University, AUSTRALIA

    View the article Professor Kate Denton is reading right now on preeclampsia and future risk of cardiovascular disease.

    Read More 26/03/2015

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