The Chesley Award is given to a member of the Society in recognition of her/his sustained and substantial contribution to research in preeclampsia, not only for her/his work but also for encouraging the work of others. The award winner is presented with $ 1000 and the Chesley plaque. The announcement and presentation will be made at the opening ceremony by the Society president.
Previous awardees were:
1986 Leon C. Chesley (USA)
1988 Marshall D. Lindheimer (USA)
1990 Priscilla Kincaid-Smith (Australia)
1992 Malcolm Symonds (UK)
1994 Norman F. Gant (USA)
1996 Henk C.S. Wallenburg (The Netherlands)
1998 James M. Roberts (USA)
2000 Christopher W.G. Redman (UK)
2002 Baha Sibai (USA)
2004 John M. Davison (UK)
2006 Frederick P. Zuspan (USA)
2008 Robert Pijnenborg (Belgium)
2010 Ananth Karumanchi (USA)
2012 Fiona Broughton-Pipkin (UK)
2014 Laura Magee and Peter von Dadelszen (Canada)
2016 Thomas Easterling (USA)
Two Awards of $ 1000 each will be given to the two young investigators who at the Congress are judged to have undertaken and then present the most outstanding clinical work in relation to the study of Hypertension in Pregnancy.
The Awards are named ‘Zuspan Awards from Perinatal Resources’. Frederick P. Zuspan is a distinguished founder Member of ISSHP and was President from 1982-1984.
Young Investigator Travel Awards
To encourage promising young researchers, the ISSHP offers Young Investigator Travel Awards. Usually up to 30 Awards are given to young investigators selected from applicants who submitted an abstract. Priority will be given to researchers from Low to Middle Income Countries.
Eligibility: The applicant must have made a primary contribution to research in the past four years. The applicant must not be over 34 years of age at the time of the congress, i.e., 34 years or younger at the congress.