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What is JSH

What is The Japanese Society of Hypertension

History and Objectives

The Japanese Society of Hypertension was founded on April, 1978.


The Hypertension Research - Clinical and Experimental - is the official professional journal of the JSH. A basic principle of the journal is to attach equal importance to both clinical and experimental studies including the disciplines of biochemistry, cellular and molecular biology, immunology, physiology, pharmacology, and epidemiology. It is published in English, monthly. The Society also publish the Newsletter in Japanese, biannually.


The JSH has a membership of over 4,700 including supporting members, special members and honorary members, as of October 2014.


Annual Scientific Meeting (in autumn) and Scientific Forum of Clinical Hypertension (in spring) are held once a year respectively.

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