Welcome Message from the ISSHP 2014 New Orleans Local Organizers
We have the privilege of inviting you to the next ISSHP World Congress in 2014 in New Orleans, LA, USA. With the assistance of our Local Organizing Committee and International Advisory Board, we plan an outstanding scientific and clinical meeting for all those interested in preeclampsia / hypertension and the care of affected women. We particularly encourage young investigators to present their work. The future for preeclampsia brings new understanding of the mechanisms of the disease which will soon translate to exciting new methods of surveillance and therapies. Further, as it becomes clear that women who had preeclampsia have a higher risk of adverse cardiovascular outcomes. Additional research and sharing of ideas in this new area is important to understand and plan for long term management.
Come to New Orleans in 2014. We plan a stimulating scientific meeting in a city of great charm and European influence. In addition to an outstanding meeting, expect to hear world-renowned jazz, sample extraordinary cuisine, and absorb the year round celebration of Mardi Gras.
See you in New Orleans!
Dr. Benjamin P. Sachs, MB, BS, DPH and Gabriella Pridjian, MD, MBA Local Organizers
As the President of the ISSHP I am proud to announce that the next World Congress on Hypertension in Pregnancy will take place in New Orleans October 2014.
New Orleans is a unique city where different traditions and culture mix. This is the same spirit of our Society where basic scientists and clinicians observe the problem of hypertensive disorders of pregnancy from different cultural viewpoints to better serve and assist women suffering from this disease.
We all acknowledge the great efforts made to bring New Orleans back to the historical splendor and will be pleased to honor the city with a large participation, high scientific quality which we hope will lead to large submissions to “Pregnancy Hypertension”, the Society’s journal. We wish to make this Congress a memorable event to preserve for long in our hearts and minds.