Science News: HBPR 2011: Friday

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Science News from High Blood Pressure Research Scientific Sessions: Friday, Sept. 23, 2011

Oral Presentations   |   Poster Presentations   |   Awards   |   Related Statistics

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Oral Presentations
hbpr11_oral_x_li-10Caveolin-1 Knockout Attenuates Blood Pressure and Renal Responses in Angiotensin II-Induced Hypertensive Mice Partly by Inhibiting AT1a Receptor-Mediated Uptake of Angiotensin II in Proximal Tubules of The Kidney
Xiao C. Li
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hbpr11_oral_wilcox-8Reactive Oxygen Species Derived From Neutriphil Oxidase-4/p47phox Enhance Afferent Arteriolar Myogenic and Contractile Responses and Angiotensin II Hypertension in Mice
Christopher S. Wilcox
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hbpr11_oral_gonzalez-4Role Of Renal Dj-1 In The Regulation Hypertension Associated To Ros Production
Santiago Cuevas Gonzalez
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hbpr11_oral_kopf-14Obligatory Metabolism of Angiotensin II To Angiotensin III for Zona Glomerulosa Cell-Mediated Relaxations of Adrenal Cortical Arteries
Phillip G. Kopf
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hbpr11_oral_deliyanti--2FAD286, an Aldosterone Synthase Inhibitor, Reduces Retinal Neovascularization
Devy Deliyanti
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hbpr11_oral_mattson-8      Genetic Mutation of Recombination Activating Gene 1 (RAG1) in Dahl Salt-Sensitive (SS) Rats Attenuates Hypertension and Renal Damage
David L. Mattson
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hbpr11_oral_thabet-2The Role Of CD8+ T Cells, IP-10 And MMP12 In Hypertension
Salim R. Thabet
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hbpr11_oral_korshunov-7Axl Deficiency Prevents Hypertension by Regulating Vascular and Immune Cell Functions
Vyacheslav A. Korshunov
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hbpr11_oral_ahmad-3Localization And Metabolism Of Angiotensin-(1-12) In Human Atrial Tissue
Sarfaraz Ahmad
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hbpr11_oral_kohan-10Overexpression Of Mouse Angiotensinogen In Renal Proximal Tubule Causes Salt-sensitive Hypertension
Donald Kohan
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hbpr11_oral_sparksAngiotensin II Type 1A Receptors In Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells Contribute To Blood Pressure Control, Salt Sensitivity and Hypertension
Matthew A Sparks
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Poster Presentations
hbpr11_poster_gopalakrishnan-4Adamts16 Is A Novel Genetic Determinant Of Blood Pressure: Evidence From A Zinc-finger Nuclease Mediated Knockout Rat
Kathirvel Gopalakrishnan
Poster presentation
Awards
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KCVD Donald Seldin Lecture
Sharon Anderson, MD, FAHA, Professor of Medicine and Chief, Medical Service, Portland VAMC, Oregon Health & Science University
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About the Award: 
The Donald Seldin Lecture was created to honor Dr. Donald Seldin, a pioneer and leader in the field of cardiovascular disease as it relates to kidney failure. This lecture continues to raise the awareness of AHA attendees about the rising epidemic of cardiovascular disease and mortality in patients with chronic kidney disease.  

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HBPR Harriet Dustan Award and Lecture
Nitric Oxide Deficiency in Chronic Renal Disease
Chris Baylis, PhD, FAHA
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About the Award:
The Harriet Dustan Award is designed to recognize women investigators who have made outstanding contributions in the field of hypertension. This award was established to honor the memory of Dr. Harriet Dustan, an outstanding clinician and investigator who was a tireless worker on behalf of the Council for High Blood Pressure Research and the American Heart Association for over 50 years. In addition to her numerous career achievements, Dr. Dustan served the AHA as President, chaired its Ethics and Research Committees, and was the founding Editor-in-Chief of Hypertension.

Distinguished Achievement Awards
The Scientific Councils’ Distinguished Achievement Award recognizes individuals who have made major contributions to the affairs of a Scientific Council over a continuing period of time, and who have made substantial professional contributions to the field represented by the Council. These contributions may consist of Contributions to new knowledge in the field; Contributions to teaching and/or clinical care in the field; or Professional leadership in national or international organizations.
HBPR Distinguished Achievement Award
Joey Granger, PhD, FAHA, Billy S. Guyton Distinguished Professor, Professor of Physiology and Medicine; Director, Center for Excellence in Cardiovascular Renal Research; Dean, School of Graduate Studies in the Health Sciences, University of Mississippi Medical Center
Recipient Bio
 

KCVD Distinguished Achievement Award
Frank C. Brosius III, MD, FAHA, Professor, Internal Medicine and Professor, Molecular & Integrative Physiology; Division Chief, Nephrology; Chief, Nephrology Clinical Services,
University of Michigan
Recipient Bio
 

The Excellence Award in Hypertension Research
Vascular Remoldeling in Hyertension: New Mechanisms, New Therapies?
Ernesto L. Schiffrin, CM, MD, PhD, FRSC, FRCPC, FACP, FAHA
Physician-in-Chief, Sir Mortimer B. Davis-Jewish General Hospital, Canada Research Chair in Hypertension and Vascular Research, Lady Davis Institute for Medical Research, Professor and Vice-Chair (Research), Department of Medicine, McGill University Montreal, Quebec Canada
Recipient Bio
 
ADMA and ROS: Interactive Regulators of Microvascular Function
Christopher Wilcox, MD, PhD, FAHA
George E. Schreiner Professor of Nephrology; Chief, Division of Nephrology and Hypertension; Vice Chair for Research and Academic Affairs, Dept. of Medicine, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, D.C.
Recipient Bio
 

Related Statistics

  • Data from the FHS/NHLBI indicate that hypertension is associated with shorter overall life expectancy, shorter life expectancy free of CVD, and more years lived with CVD.
  • Nearly 26 million people (13%) in the United States have CKD, and most are undiagnosed.  Another 20 million are at increased risk for CKD.
  • The prevalence of hypertension in blacks in the United States is among the highest in the world, and it is increasing.




HBPR 2011 Scientific Sessions   |   Walt Disney World Dolphin Resort - Orlando, Fla.   |   Sept. 20-24, 2011
HBPR Conference Webpage   |   Final Program   |   Hypertension Journal

Sponsored by the American Heart Association’s Council on Hypertenion and the Council on Kidney in Cardiovascular Disease

 
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Wednesday, Sept. 21
Sessions: A Global Hypertension Initiative: Trainee New Investigator Symposium

Posters: Peripheral Neural Mechanisms, Renin Angiotensin Aldosterone System, Vascular Biology
Trainee/New Investigator

Thursday, Sept. 22
Sessions: Clinical Hypertension, Angiotensin Converting Enzymes, Brain Mechanisms, Pregnancy and Preeclampsia, Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome

Posters: Brain Mechanisms, Cardiac Hypertrophy and Dysfunction

Friday, Sept. 23
Sessions: Angiotensin Signal Transduction, Oxidative Stress, Adrenal Gland and Aldosterone, Inflammation and Immunity,
Renin Angiotensin System

Posters: Aging, Experimental Models, Kidney Injury, Nutrition and Hypertension

Saturday, Sept. 24
Sessions: Renal Transporters and Hypertension, Vascular Biology and Signaling, The (Pro)renin Receptor and Prorenin, Vascular Medicine and Hypertension, Salt and Hypertension

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