HBPR 2012 Archive

Science News from HBPR 2012

 

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Workshop Topics Announced for HBPR 2012!
Workshops will start at noon on Wednesday, September 19. Workshop registrants will be able to attend a single workshop or portions of both workshops depending on their interests. 

For full workshop details and agenda, go to the conference programming page.

Workshop I - Epigenetics and Hypertension: Beyond The Genome
Co-chairs: David G. Harrison, M.D., Betty and Jack Bailey Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology, Director, Division of Clinical Pharmacology, Director of the Center for Vascular Biology, Vanderbilt, Nashville, TN
Zorina S. Galis, Ph.D., Chief, Vascular Biology and Hypertension branch, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD 
 
Workshop II - Unifying Theories of Hypertension: Past, Present and Emerging
Co-chairs: John W. Osborn, Ph.D. Marvin and Hadassah Bacaner Chair of Cardiovascular Physiology. Department of Integrative Biology and Physiology, University of Minnesota Medical School. Theodore W. Kurtz, M.D., Professor and Vice Chair of Laboratory Medicine, Chief of Clinical Chemistry, University of California-San Francisco. 
 

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2013 Sept. 11–14, 2013
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New Orleans, La.
2014 Sept. 9–12, 2014
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San Francisco, Calif.

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Mar. 7Abstract Submission Opens
May 2Registration Opens
May 23Abstract Submission Now Closed (5 pm CST)
June 13Late-Breaking Abstract Submission Opens
July 11Late-Breaking Abstract Submission Closes (5 pm CST)
Aug. 15Last day to become a member and qualify for member registration discounts
Aug. 29Early Bird Registration Closes

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HBPR 2012 Science News
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HBPR 2012 Scientific Sessions was sponsored by the American Heart Association's Council on Hypertension and Council on Kidney in Cardiovascular Disease.


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