Science News from High Blood Pressure Research Scientific Sessions: Saturday, Sept. 24, 2011
|Hyperphosphorylation of NKCC2 at threonines 96 and 101 in thick ascending limbs of Dahl Salt Sensitive (SS) rats|
Pablo A. Ortiz
|NKCC2A Regulates NFAT5-dependent TNF Production In Thick Ascending Limb |
|Uptake and Storage of Serum Lipids by Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells Involves Macropinocytosis and Downregulation of ATP-binding Cassette Transporter A1 |
Grant R. Drummond
|BkCa Channels Play A Pivotal Role In Mediating Adiponectin-induced Vasorelaxation Of Mouse Mesenteric Arteries|
Fiona M. Lynch
|Identification of the Juxtaglomerular Cell Progenitor |
|(Pro)renin Receptor is Essential for Expression of Slit Diaphragm Proteins in Murine Podocytes|
|Brain-targeted (pro)renin Receptor Deletion Attenuates Hypertension And Is Associated With Reduced Oxidative Stress In Human Renin-angiotensinogen Transgenic Mice|
|Salt-induced Hypertension in a Mouse Model of Liddle’s Syndrome is Mediated by Epithelial Sodium Channels in the Brain |
James Van Huysse
|IASH Lifetime Achievement Award|
| 2011 Recipient: |
Luis I Juncos, MD, Consultant Professor., National University of Córdoba, Córdoba, Argentina
About the Award
IASH recognizes individuals across the Americas that have a lifetime of outstanding contributions to the mission of IASH which includes investigations toward the prevention and control of hypertension and vascular diseases and activities that bridge basic, translational, and clinical research across the Americas as well as fostering and nurturing interactions among investigators from various parts of the Americas. These individuals exemplify excellence and through their research, service, and mentorship, are considered true role models.
2009 — John E. Hall, Ph.D. 2001 — Juan Carlos Romero, M.D.
2007 — Alberto Nasjletti, M.D. 1999 — Oscar Carretero, M.D.
2005 — Artur B. Ribeiro, M.D., Ph.D. 1999 — Edward D. Frohlich, M.D.
2003 — Carlos M. Ferrario, M.D. 1997 — Eduardo Krieger, M.D., Ph.D.