Previous Annual Meetings

YearVenueSir George Pickering LectureFull ProgrammePrize Winners
2018Robinson College
Cambridge
Rory Collins
Post – Truth Medicine: Death and Disability by Disinformation
2017University of Strathclyde
Glasgow
Anna Dominiczak
Genomics of hypertension & precision medicine
Final Programme2017 Winners
2016Royal Marine Hotel
Dublin
Paul Whelton (USA)
Clinical trials, practice guidelines, policy and performance indicators
Final Programme2016 Winners
2015Holiday Inn
Stratford
Neil Poulter (London)
Aetiology, prevention & management of cardiovascular risk factors: anecdotes, interpretation & misinterpretation
Final Programme2015 Winners
2014Royal College of Surgeons
Edinburgh
Morris Brown (Cambridge)
From treatment to cure: the mutation of hypertension by modern imaging & genetics
Final Programme2014 Winners
2013University of Greenwich
London
John Hall
Pathophysiology of hypertension in obesity/metabolic syndrome
Final Programme2013 Winners
2012Queens’ College
Cambridge
T Unger (Maastricht)
Always look on the bright side of the RAS
Final Programme2012 Winners
2011Queens’ College
Cambridge
Peter Sever (London)
Treatment of hypertension in the 21 st century
2011 Winners
2010Queens’ College
Cambridge
Freidrich Luft (Berlin)
Physiological studies in the renin-angiotensin system
2010 Winners
2009St John’s College
Cambridge
Michael Marmot (London)
Social determinants & the global cardiovascular epidemic
2009 Winners
2008Queens’ College
Cambridge
S MacMahon (Sydney)
Hypertension: time to give it up?
2008 Winners
2007St John’s College
Cambridge
P Stewart (Birmingham)
Liquorice and all sorts of steroids – the erosion of ‘essential’ hypertension
2007 Winners
2006Churchill CambridgeGA Fitzgerald (Philadelphia)
The cardiovascular consequences of cyclooxygenase inhibition
2006 Winners
2005Queens’ College
Cambridge
Graham MacGregor (London)
Salt – Neptune’s gift?
2005 Winners
2004St John’s College
Cambridge
P Libby (Boston)
Atherosclerosis & inflammation
2004 Winners
2003St John’s College
Cambridge
Giuseppe Mancia (Italy)
ABPM. A must for antihypertensive drug studies?
2003 Winners
2002St John’s College
Cambridge
D Harrison (Atlanta)
Oxidative stress & hypertension
2002 Winners
2001Keble College
Oxford
H Brunner (Lausanne)
Antiotensin II, salt & hypertension: claims & facts
2001 Winner
2000Queens’ College
Cambridge
E Barrett-Connor (La Jolla)
High BP in older adults: Epidemiologic insights from the Rancho Bernardo study
2000 Winners
1999Strathclyde University
Glasgow
RP Lifton ( New Haven)
Salt & blood pressure: new insights from human genetics studies
1998Keble College
Oxford
CE Morgensen (Aarhus)
Microalbuminuria & early blood pressure elevation
1997Wills Hall
Bristol
J Menard (Paris)
Combined blockade of the RA system: a physiological analysis for a pharmacological intervention
1996St John’s College

Cambridge
Peter Sleight (Oxford)
The role of baroreflexes & the autonomic nervous system in health & disease
1995Strathclyde
University Glasgow
R Palmer (Beckenham)
The discovery of nitric oxide & its significance in the control of BP
1994Royal College of Surgeons
Dublin
B Folkow (Goteborg)
Integration of hypertension research in the era of molecular biology
1993Queens’ College
Cambridge
AG Shaper (London)
Population perspective son Blood pressure & hypertension
1992Keble College
Oxford
P Corvol (Paris)
Clinical & molecular genetics of hypertension
1991Royal College of Surgeons
Dublin
Tom G Pickering (New York)
Ambulatory monitoring & the definition of hypertension
1990King’s College
Cambridge
G Bianchi (Milan)
The role of the kidney in primary hypertension
1989Baliol College
Oxford
VJ Dzau (Boston)
Molecular biology in hypertension research: the brave new world
1988Royal College of Physicians
Edinburgh
AF Lever (Glasgow)
Slow mechanisms in the pathogenesis of hypertension
1987Emmanuel College
Cambridge
LJ Beilin (Perth)
Role of dietary factors in the pathogenesis & management of hypertension
1986Madgalen College
Oxford
MJ Mulvany (Aarhus)
The resistance vasculature in hypertension
1985Downing College
Cambridge
J Stamler (Chicago)
Nutritional approaches to the primary prevention & treatment of hypertension
1984Exeter College
Oxford
M Schalekamp (Rotterdam)
What regulates auto-regulation?
1983King’s College
Cambridge
E Haber (Boston)
Which inhibitors will give us true insight into what renin really does?
1982New College
Cambridge
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1981Queens’ College
Cambridge
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