This month, Dr Fergus McCarthy takes a look at articles just published in the area of hypertension & pre-eclampsia:
Post by Fergus McCarthy
The focus of preeclampsia research continues to broaden with an increasing amount of studies focusing on long-term maternal health implications of pre-eclampsia and now the implications of maternal pre-eclampsia on the cardio-metabolic risks of the off-spring.
We are pleased to invite you to the European Congress of the International Society for the Study of Hypertension in Pregnancy from 6th – 9th September 2017 in Berlin.
Preeclampsia is still one of the leading causes of maternal and fetal morbidity and mortality. Although many causes of maternal mortality are well controlled in industrialised countries, preeclampsia-related complications are one of the main reasons why mothers die.
In the last decade, there have been tremendous research efforts in the field of preeclampsia. The European Congress will reflect the interdisciplinarity of the research on preeclampsia. There will be dedicated sessions on basic research, clinical research and also clinical management, screening, prediction and treatment of hypertensive pregnancy disorders. Keynote
Keynote presentations, oral presentations and poster presentations will focus recent developments and hot topics.
Visit http://www.euroisshp2017.com/ for more information.
We are delighted to announce Dr. Easterling, Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialist at the University of Washington, and Director of the Medical Advisory Board for the Preeclampsia Foundation, was named the 2016 winner of this prestigious award named after Leon Chesley, the father of 20th century understanding of preeclampsia.
The ISSHP’s 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 $1,000 and the Chesley plaque. Other American luminaries who have received this prestigious international award include Marshall Lindheimer, Norman Gant, Jim Roberts, Baha Sibai, Fred Zuspan, and Ananth Karumanchi – each of whom should have their own Wikipedia pages, most of whom serve on the Preeclampsia Foundation’s Medical Advisory Board.
As ISSHP’s President-Elect Dr. Laura Magee noted, “Tom is dedicated to the cause, to the women, and to dialogue, even when he is on the receiving end of some aggressive feedback. He does things for the right reasons, is not concerned about ‘being in the club’, and the Society could not have a more […]
Due to the intention of the current Editor-in-Chief to resign her position, the publisher of Pregnancy Hypertension hereby issues a Call for Nominations to the position of Editor-in- Chief.
Candidates should be experienced scholars actively involved in aspects of hypertension in pregnancy as covered by the journal’s Aims and Scope.
The aim of Pregnancy Hypertension: An International Journal of Women’s Cardiovascular Health aims to stimulate research in the field of hypertension in pregnancy, disseminate the useful results of such research, and advance education in the field.
We publish articles pertaining to human and animal blood pressure during gestation, hypertension during gestation including physiology of circulatory control, pathophysiology, methodology, therapy or any other material relevant to the relationship between elevated blood pressure and pregnancy. The subtitle reflects the wider aspects of studying hypertension in pregnancy thus we also publish articles on in utero programming, nutrition, long term effects of hypertension in pregnancy on cardiovascular health and other research that helps our understanding of the etiology or consequences of hypertension in pregnancy
The successful candidate will be responsible for handling the submission of manuscripts. Their tasks will include:
Selecting and inviting referees for submitted articles, and decide on revision / acceptance / rejection of those articles based […]
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