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
2017 Annual Scientific Meeting – Melbourne
29 November – 1 December 2017 – Victoria University
Call for Abstracts and Meeting Registration now open!
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2017 Early Career Research Transition Grants
These new grants of up to $20,000 each are intended for early career researchers who need help in reestablishing their research as a result of change in physical location, direction of research or a major career interruption.
The Closing Date for application is Monday 6 November 2017. Click here to access the Information for Applicants and the Application Form for further details.
JOIN US FOR MAY MEASUREMENT MONTH 2017!
It’s time to put the spotlight on raising awareness around blood pressure, and May Measurement Month is doing exactly that! During May 2017, millions of people will have their blood pressure measured in one of the biggest public screening exercises the world’s ever seen. MMM17 is being led by the International Society of Hypertension and the World Hypertension League.
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2017 HBPRCA Annual Scientific Meeting –
The 2017 ASM will be held from 29 Nov 2017 – 1 Dec 2017 at Victoria University, City Flinders Campus, Level 12, 300 Flinders Street Melbourne, 3000.
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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. Click here for more information.