The High Blood Pressure Research Council of Australia has been at the forefront of research into the causes, prevention and treatment of high blood pressure since its inception in 1979. Our research incorporates the full range from experimental molecular biology and genetics to human physiology and drug treatment of hypertension. Its members are among the national and international leaders in the field of cardiovascular research, through clinical trials, research projects, journal editorships, various academic, government and commercial committees and as active organisers and participants at major conferences
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2018 Annual Scientific Meeting – Glenelg, SA
This year we will once again be joining with the Australian Vascular Biology Society (AVBS) and the High Blood Pressure Research Council of Australia (HBPRCA), after the huge success of the joint meeting in Hobart in 2016. This year the meeting will be held at the Stamford Grand Hotel in Glenelg, South Australia, on November 27 – 30 2018 and will incorporate several international speakers, as well as a host of experts from around the country covering both clinical and research topics across a wealth of areas.
The confirmed key note speakers to date are:
• Austin Doyle Lecturer: Professor Melissa Little, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, President, Australian Society for Stem Cell Research, Melbourne, VIC
• R. D. Wright Lecturer: Prof. Stéphane Laurent, Paris Descartes University, France
• Colin I Johnston Lecturer: Professor James Sharman, Menzies Research Institute, TAS
• Professor Ed Fisher, Leon H. Charney Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine, New York, USA
• Professor Katey Rayner, University of Ottawa Heart Institute, USA
Full details to follow, save the date in your diary now.
Foundation for High Blood Pressure 2018 Young Investigators’ travel awards
The Foundation for High Blood Pressure Research is pleased to announce that it will provide Travel Awards to young Australian researchers presenting their work at the ISH Scientific Meeting in Beijing, China. Individual awards will be up to $2,000.00 as determined by the Foundation. Click HERE for more information on how to apply.
Franco-Australian Exchange sponsored by Servier
In 2017, Servier has once again kindly supported this great initiative, whereby Australian members are able to receive a grant to travel to France to visit an institution there and work with the chief collaborator, learning from experts overseas, enhancing knowledge and sharing ideas.This year’s winner is Rachel Climie.