Hypertension Academy
Hypertension Academy                                Friday 6/23/2006
Friday 6/23/2006                ...
Hypertension Academy
                                                Hypertension Academy
Friday 6/23/2006
               ...
ISHIB Partners Summit                             ISHIB Partners Summit
Friday 6/23/2006                                  ...
Lunch Symposium
Saturday 6/24/2006
The Link Between CVD and the Metabolic
Environment: Emerging Evidence

Brent M. Egan, M...
Plenary Session I
Saturday 6/24/2006
Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease: Reducing
Risk and End Organ Damage

Rita J. Loua...
Workshop B
                                                         Saturday 6/24/2006
Workshop B
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Lifestyle Modification                  Lifestyle Modification
Saturday 6/24/2006                      Saturday 6/24/2006
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Plenary Session II
Sunday 6/25/2006
Introduction                                     Plenary Session II
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Lunch Symposium
Sunday 6/25/2006
The Cardiovascular Disease Continuum:
Therapeutic Options and Class Effects

Domenic A. S...
Hurricane Katrina Special Session
Sunday 6/25/2006
Post-Katrina Storms: The Burdern of Disease
Leading to Poor Health and ...
Workshop D
Workshop D                                       Sunday 6/25/2006
Sunday 6/25/2006                             ...
Dinner Symposium
                                                Sunday 6/25/2006
Dinner Symposium
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  1. 1. Hypertension Academy Hypertension Academy Friday 6/23/2006 Friday 6/23/2006 What the Practitioner Needs to Know to Effectively Introduction Measure and Treat Hypertension John M. Flack, MD, MPH Elijah Saunders, MD Chair, Department of Medicine Professor of Medicine Wayne State University University of Maryland 4201 St. Antoine, 2E-UHC School of Medicine Detroit, MI 48201 USA 419 W. Redwood Street, Suite 620 313-966-0635 Baltimore, MD 21201 USA jflack@med.wayne.edu 410-328-4366 esaunder@medicine.umaryland.edu Hypertension Academy Hypertension Academy Friday 6/23/2006 Friday 6/23/2006 Overview of Antihypertensive Drugs Modifying the Office Environment to Improve Blood Pressure Measurement and Management Domenic A. Sica, MD Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology Samar A. Nasser, PA-C, MPH Virginia Commonwealth University, Medical Physician Assistant-C College of Virginia Detroit Receiving Hospital-UHC Clinical Pharmacology & Hypertension Dept of CV Epi & Clinical Affairs 1101 East Marshall Street 4201 St. Antoine, UHC-Suite 4H P.O. Box 980160, Sanger Hall, Rm. 8062 Detroit, MI 48201 USA Richmond, VA 23298-0160 USA 313-745-5157 804-828-2223 snasser@med.wayne.edu dsica@hsc.vcu.edu Hypertension Academy Hypertension Academy Friday 6/23/2006 Friday 6/23/2006 Novel Approaches to Lowering Blood Pressure in Opportunities and Pitfalls in Treating Hypertension Touch to Control Patients in Persons with Chronic Kidney Disease Angela Brown, MD Matthew R. Weir, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Professor of Medicine Washington University in St. Louis School of University of Maryland Medicine Div. Of Nephrology Cardiovascular Division 22 South Greene Street, Rm N3W143 660 S. South Euclid Ave, Box 8086 Baltimore, MD 21201 USA St. Louis, MO 63110 USA 410-328-5720 314-362-1291 mweir@medicine.umaryland.edu albrown@im.wustl.edu
  2. 2. Hypertension Academy Hypertension Academy Friday 6/23/2006 Friday 6/23/2006 Debate: Diuretics Have Been Overemphasized as Debate: Diuretics Have Been Overemphasized as Antihypertensive Agents? PRO Antihypertensive Agents? CON Kenneth A. Jamerson, MD Jackson T. Wright, MD, PhD Professor of Internal Medicine Professor of Medicine University of Michigan Case Western Reserve University Cardiovascular Medicine 11100 Euclid Avenue, Bolwell Suite 5098 24 Frank Lloyd Wright Drive, Lobby M, 3rd Fl University Hospitals of Cleveland Domino Farms 0739 Cleveland, OH 44106-5063 USA Ann Arbor, MI 48106 USA 216-844-5174 734-998-7991 jxw20@cwru.edu jamerson@umich.edu ISHIB Partners Summit ISHIB Partners Summit Friday 6/23/2006 Friday 6/23/2006 Conference Overview and Objectives Welcome Shawna D. Nesbitt, MD, MS James R. Gavin, MD, PhD Associate Professor Clinical Professor of Medicine The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Emory University School of Medicine Center at Dallas c/o Full Spectrum Consulting Internal Medicine-Hypertension 145 Bayberry Run 5323 Harry Hines Blvd., CS8.102A Fairburn, GA 30213 USA Dallas, TX 75390-8899 USA 770-461-6045 214-648-2103 jrgavin3@yahoo.com shawna.nesbitt@utsouthwestern.edu ISHIB Partners Summit ISHIB Partners Summit Friday 6/23/2006 Friday 6/23/2006 The Jackson Heart Study Introduction & Acknowledgement of ISHIB Founders Herman A. Taylor, MD, MPH Principal Investigator, Professor of Medicine Charles L. Curry, MD Jackson State University Howard University College of Medicine Jackson Heart Study Division of Cardiovascular Disease 350 W. Woodrow Wilson Dr., Suite 701 2041 Georgia Avenue, N.W. Jackson, MS 39213 USA Washington, DC 20060 USA 601-368-4644 202-865-6791 htaylor@medicine.umsmed.edu kcandlc@aol.com
  3. 3. ISHIB Partners Summit ISHIB Partners Summit Friday 6/23/2006 Friday 6/23/2006 The Future of Cardiovascular Health: An NHLBI The State of Cardiovascular Health Worldwide Prospective George A. Mensah, MD Peter Savage, MD Chief Medical Officer, Associate Director for Director Medical Affairs (Acting) NHLBI, NIH, Div of Epidemiology and Clinical Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Applications National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention 6701 Rockledge Drive and Health Promotion Rm 8100, MSC 7938 4770 Buford Highway, NE, MS K-40 Bethesda, MD 20892 USA Atlanta, GA 30341 USA 301-435-0422 770-488-5419 savagep@nhlbi.nih.gov gmensah@cdc.gov ISHIB Partners Summit Friday 6/23/2006 Hypertension: A 20-Year ISHIB Perspective Elijah Saunders, MD Professor of Medicine University of Maryland School of Medicine 419 W. Redwood Street, Suite 620 Baltimore, MD 21201 USA 410-328-4366 esaunder@medicine.umaryland.edu Lunch Symposium Lunch Symposium Saturday 6/24/2006 Saturday 6/24/2006 The Metabolic Environment in Race and Ethnicity CVD and the Metabolic Environment – The Need for an Evidence-Based Plan Sherita Hill Golden, MD, MHS Asst Prof of Medicine and Epidemiology Keith C. Ferdinand, MD Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Chief Science Officer Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism Association of Black Cardiologists 2024 E. Monument Street, Suite 2-600 5355 Hunter Road Baltimore, MD 21205 USA Atlanta, GA 30349 USA 410-502-0993 404-201-6632 sahill@jhmi.edu kcferdmd@aol.com
  4. 4. Lunch Symposium Saturday 6/24/2006 The Link Between CVD and the Metabolic Environment: Emerging Evidence Brent M. Egan, MD Professor of Pharmacology and Medicine Medical University of South Carolina General Internal Medicine Hypertension Section 135 Rutledge Ave., RT 1004 Charleston, SC 29425 USA 843-792-1715 eganbm@musc.edu Plenary Session I Saturday 6/24/2006 The Importance of Access to Health Care to Reduce Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome LeRoi S. Hicks, MD, MPH Instructor in Medicine and Health Care Policy Harvard Medical School 180 Longwood Avenue Boston, MA 02115 USA 617-432-3198 Lhicks1@partners.org Plenary Session I Plenary Session I Saturday 6/24/2006 Saturday 6/24/2006 Ethnic Differences in Diabetes and Metabolic Metabolic Syndrome: A Prelude to Diabetes and Syndrome its Long-Term Complications? Kwame Osei, MD Sandeep Gupta, MD Professor of Medicine and Exercise Physiology Whipps Cross and St. Bartholomew's University Ohio State Univ Medical Center Hospitals Div. Of Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism Department of Cardiology 1581 Dodd Drive Leytonstone, London E11 1NR United Kingdom 491 McCampbell Hall 44-7961-379-928 Columbus, OH 43210-1296 USA sgupta111@aol.com 614-292-3800 osei@osum.edu
  5. 5. Plenary Session I Saturday 6/24/2006 Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease: Reducing Risk and End Organ Damage Rita J. Louard, MD Director, Clinical Diabetes Center Diabetes and Metabol.ic Montefiore Medical Center Medicine Division of Endocrinology 111 East 210th Street Bronx, NY 10467-2490 USA 718-920-5585 rlouard@montefiore.org Workshop A Workshop A Saturday 6/24/2006 Saturday 6/24/2006 Metabolic Syndrome in African American Overview on Epidemiology, Prevalence and Children and Adolescents Implications for Premature Cardiovascular Disease Silva Arslanian, MD Elizabeth B. Rappaport, MD Director, General Clinical Research Center and Program Director Weight Management & Wellness Center Thomas Jefferson University Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh 1015 Walnut Street 806 Morewood Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19107 USA Pittsburgh, PA 15213 USA 215-955-2756 412-692-6565 dan.liz@verizon.net silva.arslanian@chp.edu Workshop A Saturday 6/24/2006 Metabolic Syndrome in Hispanic Children and Adolescents Martha L. Cruz, DVM, Dphil Associate Professor University of Texas at El Paso College of Health Sciences 1101 N. Campbell El Paso, TX 79902 USA 915-747-7270 mcruz4@utep.edu
  6. 6. Workshop B Saturday 6/24/2006 Workshop B Surgical Procedures for the Treatment of Obestiy Saturday 6/24/2006 Medications for Obesity Management: David S. Kountz, MD Prescription and Over-the Counter Options Associate Professor and Associate Dean UMDNJ- Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Dennis C. Smith, MD Chief, Div of Primary Care, Dept. of Med 780 Canton Road, Suite 320 Medical Director, RWJ - University Medical Group Marietta, GA 30060 USA 125 Patterson Street, Suite 7300 770-919-7050 New Brunswick, NJ 08901 USA drsmith@advancedobesitysurgery.com 732-235-6383 kountzds@umdnj.edu Dinner Symposium Saturday 6/24/2006 Dinner Symposium Blood Pressure: In Control or Out of Control? An Saturday 6/24/2006 Epidemiological Examination of How Well We Are Hypertension: A Systemic Disease Requiring Managing Hypertension in Ethinc Minority Systematic Approaches to Therapy-Recent Clinical Populations and the Importance of Early Risk Practice Recommendations Focusing on Combination Identification and Intervention-Getting to Goal and Therapy in Difficult-to-Treat Patient Populations with Staying There High Blood Pressure and Compelling Conditions Karol E. Watson, MD, PhD Keith C. Ferdinand, MD Co-Director, UCLA Program in Preventive Chief Science Officer Cardiology Association of Black Cardiologists UCLA 5355 Hunter Road 1801 Clark Lane Atlanta, GA 30349 USA Redondo Beach, CA 90278 USA 404-201-6632 310-794-7121/626-979-4920 kcferdmd@aol.com kwatson@mednet.ucla.edu Dinner Symposium Dinner Symposium Saturday 6/24/2006 Saturday 6/24/2006 The Foundation Role of Calcium Channel Blockers Presenting: Real World Strategies for Optimizing and ACE Inhibitors for Hypertension Management in Management of High Blood Pressure, Cardiac Risk Ethnic Minority Populations-Evidence, Clinical Trials, Factors, and Preventing End Organ Disease and the Prediction of Outcomes: When Combination Therapy Makes Sense Domenic A. Sica, MD Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology Elijah Saunders, MD Virginia Commonwealth University, Medical Professor of Medicine College of Virginia University of Maryland Clinical Pharmacology & Hypertension School of Medicine 1101 East Marshall Street 419 W. Redwood Street, Suite 620 P.O. Box 980160, Sanger Hall, Rm. 8062 Baltimore, MD 21201 USA Richmond, VA 23298-0160 USA 410-328-4366 804-828-2223 esaunder@medicine.umaryland.edu dsica@hsc.vcu.edu
  7. 7. Lifestyle Modification Lifestyle Modification Saturday 6/24/2006 Saturday 6/24/2006 Introduction Stress and African American Women: Implications for Clinical Practice Rosalind M. Peters, PhD, RN Assistant Professor Mary S. Webb, PhD, RN Wayne State University Associate Dean College of Nursing University of South Florida 5557 Cass Avenue College of Nursing 358 Cohn 12901 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Detroit, MI 48202 USA Tampa, FL 33612-4799 USA 313-577-0342 813-974-9133 rpeters@wayne.edu mwebb@hsc.usf.edu Lifestyle Modification Lifestyle Modification Saturday 6/24/2006 Saturday 6/24/2006 Modifying the DASH Diet for Soul Food Where are the Tools? Web Resources To Support Lifestyle Changes Jenice Rankins, EdD Associate Professor Temple O. Robinson, MD Florida State University Medical Director Dept. of Nutrition Bond Community Health Center 416 Sandels Building 710 Orange Avenue Tallahassee, FL 32306 USA Tallahassee, FL 32310 USA 850-644-4792 850-414-7848 jrankins@mailer.fsu.edu flossed@aol.com Breakfast Symposium Sunday 6/25/2006 Breakfast Symposium Cardiovascular Risk Assessment and Sunday 6/25/2006 Management in High-Risk Patients with Prevention and Management of Stroke in High- Peripheral Arterial Disease Risk Populations Donna Mendes, MD Bruce Ovbiagele, MD Senior Vascular Attending UCLA Medical Center St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital Center Olive View-UCLA Stroke Center Vascular Surgery 14445 Olive View Drive, Room 2C-136 1090 Amsterdam Avenue Sylmar, CA 71342 USA New York, NY 10025 USA 818-364-3104 212-636-4990 ovibes@mednet.ucla.edu mendes@slrsurgery.org
  8. 8. Plenary Session II Sunday 6/25/2006 Introduction Plenary Session II Sunday 6/25/2006 Ralph E. Watson, MD Energy Metabolism and Hypertension Associate Professor of Medicine/Adjunct Associate Professor of Pharmacology and Lizzy M. Brewster, MD Toxicology/Director of Hypertension Clinic Tefelenstraat 70 Michigan State University 1107 SM Amsterdam College of Human Medicine The Netherlands B338 Clinical Center 31-20-5669111 East Lansing, MI 48824 USA MAIL@LIZZYBREWSTER.NET 517-353-4811 Ralph.Watson@ht.msu.edu Plenary Session II Plenary Session II Sunday 6/25/2006 Sunday 6/25/2006 Inflammation and Coronary Heart Disease A-Heft and BiDil for Heart Failure in Blacks Michelle A. Albert, MD, MPH Keith C. Ferdinand, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Chief Science Officer Brigham and Women’s Hospital Association of Black Cardiologists Cardiovascular Division 5355 Hunter Road 75 Francis Street Atlanta, GA 30349 USA PBB-1 404-201-6632 Boston, MA 02115 USA kcferdmd@aol.com 617-732-7139 maalbert@partners.org Lunch Symposium Lunch Symposium Sunday 6/25/2006 Sunday 6/25/2006 Renin-Angiotensin Blockade and Diabetes: Where Strategies for the Prevention of Macrovascular to Go Next? and Microvascular Complications in the Patient with Diabetes and Hypertension Shawna D. Nesbitt, MD, MS Associate Professor John M. Flack, MD, MPH The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Chair, Department of Medicine Center at Dallas Wayne State University Internal Medicine-Hypertension 4201 St. Antoine, 2E-UHC 5323 Harry Hines Blvd., CS8.102A Detroit, MI 48201 USA Dallas, TX 75390-8899 USA 313-966-0635 214-648-2103 jflack@med.wayne.edu shawna.nesbitt@utsouthwestern.edu
  9. 9. Lunch Symposium Sunday 6/25/2006 The Cardiovascular Disease Continuum: Therapeutic Options and Class Effects Domenic A. Sica, MD Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology Virginia Commonwealth University, Medical College of Virginia Clinical Pharmacology & Hypertension 1101 East Marshall Street P.O. Box 980160, Sanger Hall, Rm. 8062 Richmond, VA 23298-0160 USA 804-828-2223 dsica@hsc.vcu.edu Hurricane Katrina Special Session Hurricane Katrina Special Session Sunday 6/25/2006 Sunday 6/25/2006 Welcome and Introduction Pre-Katrina Storms: The Underlying Epidemiology of Chronic Diseases George A. Mensah, MD Chief Medical Officer, Associate Director for Evangeline Franklin, MD, MPH Medical Affairs (Acting) Director Centers for Disease Control and Prevention City of New Orleans Health Department National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention Clinical Services and Employee Health and Health Promotion 1300 Perdido Street, Suite 8E18 4770 Buford Highway, NE, MS K-40 New Orleans, LA 70112 USA Atlanta, GA 30341 USA 972-741-1860 770-488-5419 vangyfranklin@earthlink.net gmensah@cdc.gov Hurricane Katrina Special Session Hurricane Katrina Special Session Sunday 6/25/2006 Sunday 6/25/2006 The Plan and Call to Action: Steps to Curb the What Really Happened? The Human Face of Increase of Chronic Disease in the Aftermath of Katrina Katrina Keith C. Ferdinand, MD Kevin U. Stephens, MD, JD Chief Science Officer Director Association of Black Cardiologists New Orleans Health Department 5355 Hunter Road 1300 Perdido Street Atlanta, GA 30349 USA Room 8E18 404-201-6632 New Orleans, LA 70112 USA kcferdmd@aol.com 504-658-2506 kustephens@cityofno.com
  10. 10. Hurricane Katrina Special Session Sunday 6/25/2006 Post-Katrina Storms: The Burdern of Disease Leading to Poor Health and Compounding the Effects of a Disaster Cheryl Taylor, RN, PhD Interim Director Graduate Programs in Nursing Project Director: Reach 2010 REACH the Heart of New Orleans 1515 Poldras Street, Suite 1020 New Orleans, LA 70112 USA 225-771-2472 cheryltaylor@suson.subr.edu Workhsop C Workhsop C Sunday 6/25/2006 Sunday 6/25/2006 Introduction Metabolic Syndrome Predicts Risk of Chronic Kidney Disease Janice P. Lea, MD Associate Professor of Medicine Paul K. Whelton, MD Emory University School of Medicine Senior Vice President for Health Sciences Renal Division Tulane University 101 Woodruff Circle School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine WMB Room 338 1440 Canal Street, Suite 2400, Tw-5 Atlanta, GA 30322 USA New Orleans, LA 70112 USA 404-727-2521 504 988-5295 jlea@emory.edu pwhelton@tulane.edu; dlabour@tulane.edu Workhsop C Workhsop C Sunday 6/25/2006 Sunday 6/25/2006 Antihypertensives and Their Effect on Insulin Obesity, Metabolic Syndrome, and Family History Resistance of End Stage Renal Disease Susanne B. Nicholas, MD, PhD, MPH, FASN William M. McClellan, MD, MPH Assistant Professor Assistant Professor of Epidemiology UCLA Emory University School of Medicine Nephrology/Endocrinology Divisions Rollins School of Public Health 900 Veteran Avenue, Suite 24-130 1518 Clifton Road, NE, Room 458 Box 957073 Atlanta, GA 30322 USA Los Angeles, CA 90095 USA 404-727-6976 310-794-7550 wmcclel@sph.emory.edu SuNicholas@mednet.ucla.edu
  11. 11. Workshop D Workshop D Sunday 6/25/2006 Sunday 6/25/2006 Stroke Risk Factors and Their Evaluation Introduction Galen V. Henderson, MD Jacqueline M. Washington, MD Director-Stroke, Cerebrovascular Disease & Physician Neurological Intensive Care Unit Crawford Long Hospital Brigham and Women's Hospital Atlanta Neuromuscular Diagnostic, LLC Department of Neurology 550 Peachtree Street, Ste. 1575 Division of Critical Care and Stroke Atlanta, GA 30308 USA 75 Francis Street 404-586-0442 Boston, MA 02115 USA jwashin@andiagnostics.com 617-732-7432 ghenderson@partners.org Workshop D Sunday 6/25/2006 Current Paradigms for the Treatment of Stroke Salina Waddy, MD Assistant Professor of Neurology and Human Genetics Emory University WMRB 101 Woodruff Memorial Circle, Suite 6000 Atlanta, GA 30322 USA 404-727-0851 swaddy@emory.edu Dinner Symposium Dinner Symposium Sunday 6/25/2006 Sunday 6/25/2006 The Epidemic of the Metabolic Syndrome and Pharmacologic Considerations in the Difficult-to- Cardiovascular Complications in Blacks Treat Black Hypertensive Patient George A. Mensah, MD Domenic A. Sica, MD Chief Medical Officer, Associate Director for Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology Medical Affairs (Acting) Virginia Commonwealth University, Medical Centers for Disease Control and Prevention College of Virginia National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention Clinical Pharmacology & Hypertension and Health Promotion 1101 East Marshall Street 4770 Buford Highway, NE, MS K-40 P.O. Box 980160, Sanger Hall, Rm. 8062 Atlanta, GA 30341 USA Richmond, VA 23298-0160 USA 770-488-5419 804-828-2223 gmensah@cdc.gov dsica@hsc.vcu.edu
  12. 12. Dinner Symposium Sunday 6/25/2006 Dinner Symposium “Real-World” Patient Management: Panel Sunday 6/25/2006 Discussion Management of Hypertension in Black Patients: Making the Right Choices Luther T. Clark, MD Chief William C. Cushman, MD State University of New York-Downstate Medical Chief, of Hypertension Division Center VA Medical Center Division of Cardiovascular Medicine 1030 Jefferson Avenue (111Q) Box 1199 Memphis, TN 38104 USA 450 Clarkson Ave. 901-577-7357 Brooklyn, NY 11203 USA wcushman@pol.net 718-270-1568 ltclark@downstate.edu Plenary Session III Plenary Session III Monday 6/26/2006 Monday 6/26/2006 Ethnic Differences in Triglyceride Levels Introduction Contribute to the Under-Diagnosis of the Metabolic Syndrome in African Americans Karol E. Watson, MD, PhD Co-Director, UCLA Program in Preventive Anne E. Sumner, MD Cardiology Clinical Investigator UCLA National Institutes of Health 1801 Clark Lane Diabetes Branch Redondo Beach, CA 90278 USA 4821 Montgomery Lane, Ste. 105 310-794-7121/626-979-4920 Bethesda, MD 20814 USA kwatson@mednet.ucla.edu 301-402-4240 annes@intra.niddk.nih.gov Plenary Session III Plenary Session III Monday 6/26/2006 Monday 6/26/2006 Emerging Therapies in the Management of Management of Metabolic Syndrome: Importance Metabolic Syndrome of Therapeutic Lifestyle Modification Elizabeth O. Ofili, MD, MPH Shiriki K. Kumanyika, PhD, MPH Chief of Cardiology Professor of Epidemiology Morehouse School of Medicine University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Internal Medicine Center for Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics 720 Westview Drive, S.W. 423 Guardian Drive, 8th flr, Blockley Hall Atlanta, GA 30310-1495 USA Philadelphia, PA 19104-3308 USA 404-756-5051 215-898-2629 ofilie@msm.edu skumanyi@cceb.med.upenn.edu

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