Science News: HBPR 2011: Thursday

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Science News from High Blood Pressure Research Scientific Sessions: Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011

Oral Presentations   |   Poster Presentations   |   Awards   |   Related Statistics

Thursday Highlights Part I: Oxidative...

Thursday Highlights Part II: How to S...

Different Mechanisms in High Blood Pr...


 
Oral Presentations
 Different Mechanisms in Weight Loss and Weight Loss-induced Blood Pressure Reduction Between a Calorie Restricted Diet and Exercise
Kazuko Masuo
Presentation slides
 
Central ACE2 Prevents Hypertension and Cardiac Hypertrophy by Reducing Sympathetic Drive and Vasopressin Release
Srinivas Sriramula
Presentation slides
 
Stimulatory Action Of The Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone System On The Production Of Microglial Derived Cytokines
Peng Shi
Presentation slides
 Heme Oxygenase-1 Negatively Regulates sFlt-1 Production in Placental Villi by its Metabolic Byproducts Carbon Monoxide and Bilirubin
Eric M. George
Presentation slides
 
 Hypothalamic mTOR Signaling: A Key Mediator Of The Sympathetic And Cardiovascular Effects Of Leptin
Kamal Rahmouni
Presentation slides
 
 Angiotensin At2 Receptor Contributes Towards Gender Bias In Weight Gain
Mohammed Azhar Khan
Presentation slides
 

Poster Presentations
Presence Of Mineralocorticoid Receptors And Enacs On Presympathetic Neurons In The Rostral Ventrolateral Medulla
Naoki Oshima
Poster presentation
Cardiac Progenitor Cells (islet-1+) Restore Myocardial Infarction Induced Cardiac Dysfunction And Remodeling
YanFei Qi
Poster presentation
Improving Adherence to Hypertension Treatment in African American Women
Danice B. Greer
Poster abstract

Awards

HBPR Lewis K. Dahl Memorial Lecture
Gender Differences in Control of Blood Pressure
Jane Reckelhoff, PhD, FAHA
Presentation slides   |   About the Award   |   About the Recipient
 

HBPR Arthur C. Corcoran Memorial Lecture
Tissue Angiotensin Generation: How Does It Really Happen?
Jan Danser, PhD
Presentation slides   |   About the Award   |   About the Recipient
 


HBPR Irvine Page -- Alva Bradley Lifetime Achievement Award
Hiroko Nishimura, MD, DMSc, FAHA
About the Award   |   About the Recipient

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   |   Orlando, Fla.   |   Sept. 20-24, 2011

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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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