Plenary Lectures List

35th International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System

Santa Barbara, CA
November 6-9, 2024

2024 Plenary Lectures and List of Awardees

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34th International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System

Rio Grande, Puerto Rico
November 15-18, 2023

2023 Plenary Lectures and List of Awardees

Max Hilz (Streeten Plenary Lecture), Central autonomic dysregulation due to stress and brain lesions and the effects of relaxation


Qi Fu (Robertson Lecture), Sympathetic regulation in human pregnancy


David Goldstein (MSA Plenary Lecture), “Sick-but-not-dead” catecholaminergic neurons: implications for pathophysiological mechanisms, early detection, and treatment of autonomic synucleinopathies


Phillip Low (Inaugural Low Plenary Lecture), Pivots in my career


Guillaume Lamotte (The Felicia Axelrod Investigator Award), Autonomic dysfunction in Parkinson’s disease: from rest to exercise


Timi Earl (Streeten Travel Fellowship Award), Effect of levodopa on blood pressure and baroreflex function in individuals with Parkinson disease with and without orthostatic hypotension: a randomized cross-over study


Negin Badihian (Don Summers Memorial Multiple System Atrophy Travel Award), Characteristics of multiple system atrophy: perspectives from patients and caregivers


Rebecca Glarin (FMS/Peňáz Wesseling Travel Fellowship Award), Functional brainstem imaging of sympathetic drive using MSNA coupled fMRI at ultra-high field


Pouya Mehr (FMS/Peňáz Wesseling Travel Fellowship Award), Parkinson’s disease is associated with worsening postprandial hypotension symptoms compared to multiple system atrophy


Donovan Smith (Best Basic Science Autonomic Research Travel Fellowship Award), Optogenetic and chemogenetic silencing of the neurons that control blood pressure


Anthony Incognito (AAS Trainee Platform Presentation Travel Fellowship Award), Insights into postural hyperventilation in postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome: The role of arterial pulsatility and brain perfusion on ventilatory drive during upright posture


Rafael Sanguinetti (AAS Trainee Platform Presentation Travel Fellowship Award), Optogenetic treatment of neurogenic shock


Jeremy Bigalke (AAS Trainee Poster Presentation Travel Fellowship Award), Circulating ratio of testosterone to estradiol is associated with resting muscle sympathetic nerve activity in females


Gabrielle Dillon (AAS Trainee Poster Presentation Travel Fellowship Award), Females with menopausal hot flashes may exhibit attenuated heart rate variability compared to females without menopausal hot flashes


Rebekah Lee (AAS Trainee Poster Presentation Travel Fellowship Award), Impact of autonomic severity of spinal cord injury on the hypoxic ventilatory response


Emma Zblewski (AAS Trainee Poster Presentation Travel Fellowship Award), Biosocial media and postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS): themes from large, public Facebook and Reddit community discussions


33rd International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System

Maui, HI
2022

2022 Plenary Lectures and List of Awardees

Italo Biaggioni (Streeten Plenary Lecture), The pathophysiology and clinical pharmacology of autonomic disorders. It takes a village


Victoria Claydon (Robertson Plenary Lecture), Autonomic dysregulation in spinal cord injury


Shoji Tsuji (MSA Plenary Lecture), Exploring genetic bases to develop new therapeutics for multiple system atrophy


Jacqueline Limberg (The Felicia Axelrod Investigator Award), Sex differences in the vascular response to sympathetic activation during hypoxia


Jan Hönemann (Streeten Travel Fellowship Award), Effects of six hours daily lower body negative pressure on orthostatic tolerance and cardiac performance during 30 days strict head-down tilt bedrest


Paul Beach (Don Summers Memorial Multiple System Atrophy Travel Award), Locus coeruleus degeneration is associated with orthostatic responses in Parkinson disease and multiple system atrophy


Rashmin Hira (FMS/Peňáz Wesseling Travel Fellowship Award), Objective cardiovascular autonomic abnormalities in post-acute sequelae of COVID-19 (PASC): overall and sex-based prevalence


Iain Parsons (FMS/Peňáz Wesseling Travel Fellowship Award), Orthostatic tolerance following heat acclimation: a single blinded randomised controlled trial


Robert Rosencrans (Best Basic Science Autonomic Research Travel Fellowship Award), Adipose tissue catecholamine resistance correlates with differential sympathetic outflow onto visceral and subcutaneous fat


Leena Shoemaker (AAS Trainee Platform Presentation Travel Fellowship Award), Different responses of the cerebral macro- and microvasculature to transient hypotension


John Akins (AAS Trainee Poster Presentation Travel Fellowship Award), Resting sympathetic nerve activity differentially influences cold-pressor reactivity in older men and women


Jacquie Baker (AAS Trainee Poster Presentation Travel Fellowship Award), Hemodynamic consequences of hypocapnic hyperventilation in POTS


Vera-Ellen Lucci (AAS Trainee Poster Presentation Travel Fellowship Award), Cardiovascular and cerebrovascular responses to urodynamics testing after spinal cord injury: the influence of autonomic injury


Marcus Tso (AAS Trainee Poster Presentation Travel Fellowship Award), Electrical and optogenetic stimulation of sympathetic neurons to stabilize blood pressure during neurogenic shock after acute spinal cord injury


32nd International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System

Virtual
2021

2021 Plenary Lectures and List of Awardees

Daniel Claassen (MSA Plenary Lecture), Imaging methods for MSA


Julian Paton (Hot Topic Plenary Lecture), A bionic era in medicine


Aaron Phillips (Plenary Lecture), Spinal cord injury hemotherapeutics


Elizabeth Coon (The Felicia Axelrod Investigator Award), Pure autonomic failure: from idiopathic OH to phenoconversion


Juliette Hall (Streeten Travel Fellowship Award), Adrenergic receptor autoantibody concentrations are not different between patients with postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome and healthy controls


Abhishek Lenka (Don Summers Memorial Multiple System Atrophy Travel Award), Cardiac 18F-Dopamine PET distinguishes PD with orthostatic hypotension from parkinsonian MSA


Kate Bourne (FMS/Peňáz Wesseling Travel Fellowship Award), Body compression reduces upright blood pressure oscillations in patients with postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome


Dana Shiffer (FMS/Peňáz Wesseling Travel Fellowship Award), Symptoms and autonomic changes induced by chronic transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation in hyperadrenergic postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome


Leon DeLalio (Best Basic Science Autonomic Research Travel Fellowship Award), Circadian cycle exaggerates sympathoexcitatory responses to activation of chemosensitive renal sensory nerves


Risa Isonaka (AAS Trainee Poster Presentation Travel Fellowship Award), Differences among genetic forms of Parkinson’s disease in baroreflex-sympathoneural function and cardiac noradrenergic innervation


Juliana Jorge (AAS Trainee Poster Presentation Travel Fellowship Award), Relevant burden of injuries due to vasovagal syncope


Vera-Ellen Lucci (AAS Trainee Poster Presentation Travel Fellowship Award), Markers of susceptibility to cardiac arrhythmia in experimental spinal cord injury and the impact of sympathetic stimulation and exercise training


Nasia Sheikh (AAS Trainee Poster Presentation Travel Fellowship Award), Blunting initial orthostatic hypotension: mechanistic roles of muscle contraction vs. sympathetic activation


31st International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System

Virtual
2020

2020 Plenary Lectures and List of Awardees

Sonja Scholz (MSA Plenary Lecture), Genetic and molecular characterization of multiple system atrophy


30th International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System

Clearwater Beach, FL
2019

2019 Plenary Lectures and List of Awardees

Eduardo Benarroch (Streeten Plenary Lecture), Multiple system atrophy and brainstem control of survival


Gregory Fink (Robertson Plenary Lecture), Impact of obesogenic diet on autonomic regulation in a rat model of chronic spinal cord injury


Ronald Postuma (MSA Plenary Lecture), The early stages of synucleinopathies: is prodromal MSA detectible?


Amir Zarrinpar (Hot Topic Plenary Lecture), The gut microbiome: all hype or true hope?


Amy Arnold (The Felicia Axelrod Investigator Award)


Nicholas Breier (Streeten Travel Fellowship Award), Increased gastrointestinal gut hormones secretion following a glucose challenge in postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome


Miguel Perez (Don Summers Memorial Multiple System Atrophy Travel Award), Baseline characteristics of patients with multiple system atrophy enrolled in the Natural History Study of the Synucleinopathies


Maryam Ghariq (FMS/Peňáz Wesseling Travel Fellowship Award), Towards improved hemodynamic criteria to distinguish between classic orthostatic hypotension and reflex syncope during tilt-table testing


Ryosuke Takeda (FMS/Peňáz Wesseling Travel Fellowship Award), Effect of dietary salt intake on morning blood pressure surge in healthy women


Robert Larson (Best Basic Science Autonomic Research Travel Fellowship Award), Bezold-Jarisch reflex and beyond: differential engagement of inhibitory and excitatory cardiopulmonary reflexes by capsaicin and phenylbiguanide


Hadiatou Barry (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award), Evidence of adaptations in the neural control of body temperature following heat acclimation in humans


Ningshan Wang (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award), Cutaneous biomarkers in multiple system atrophy


Elisabeth Golden (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award-Poster), Addressing orthostatic hypotension in Parkinson disease patients in a neurology resident continuity clinic: one year follow-up


Risa Isonaka (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award-Poster), Colocalization of alpha-synuclein with tyrosine hydroxylase in skin biopsies from individuals at genetic risk of Parkinson disease: a genotype-phenotype study


Guillaume Lamotte (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award-Poster), Long-term trends in myocardial sympathetic innervation and function in synucleinopathies


Kamila Migdal (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award-Poster), The effect of dietary sodium intake on central blood pressure variability in young adults


29th International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System

Newport Beach, CA
October 24-27, 2018

2018 Plenary Lectures and List of Awardees

Roy Freeman (Streeten Plenary Lecture), The art and science of clinical autonomic research


Jens Jordan (Robertson Plenary Lecture), The norepinephrine transporter and human cardiovascular disease


Gregor Wenning (MSA Plenary Lecture), Multiple system atrophy: are we ready to tame the beast?


Ron Wevers (Groundbreaking Research Plenary Lecture), A novel autosomal recessive orthostatic hypotension syndrome: a new kid on the block


Jeffrey Ardell (Hot Topic Plenary Lecture), Neuromodulation focused therapeutics for cardiac disease: structure/function foundations


Daniel Claassen (Cognitive Dysfunction in Autonomic Disorders Plenary Lecture), Norepinephrine and cognition: revisiting an old friend


Jose-Alberto Palma (The Felicia Axelrod Investigator Award)


Karla Minota (Streeten Travel Fellowship Award), Sweat gland nerve fiber density: development of a novel unbiased reconstruction methodology


Prashanthi Vemuri (Don Summers Memorial Multiple System Atrophy Travel Award), Discovery and validation of MRI morphometry features for early multiple system atrophy


Darius Gerlach (FMS/Peňáz Wesseling Travel Fellowship Award), Functional brainstem imaging reveals brainstem nuclei governing human baroreflex function


Matthew Lloyd (FMS/Peňáz Wesseling Travel Fellowship Award), Sex and age differences in sympathetic vascular baroreflex function: insights from neck collar stimulation and an orthostatic stress test


Mahmoud AbdelRazek (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award), Epidemiology of postural tachycardia syndrome


Robert Larson (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award), Norepinephrine transporter dysfunction contributes to increased sympathetic tone in a mouse model of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy


Lucy Lei (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award), Norepinephrine transporter inhibition with atomoxetine prevents tilt-induced vasovagal syncope: a randomized, placebo-controlled trial


Jacquie Baker (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award-Poster), Evidence of cortical autonomic impairment in the pathophysiology of neurogenic orthostatic hypotension associated with peripheral autonomic dysfunction


Hendrik Kronsbein (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award-Poster), Assessing individual human baroreflex-chemoreflex interactions using an n-of-1 trial design


Dana Shiffer (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award-Poster), Relationship between cardiac sympathetic modulation and inflammation after repetitive automatic mechanical somatosensory stimulation (AMSS) in Parkinson’s disease


Jeung-ki Yoo (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award-Poster), Heightened sympathetic neural and blood pressure responses to cold pressor test in women with PTSD


 

28th International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System

Clearwater Beach, FL
November 1-4, 2017

2017 Plenary Lectures and List of Awardees

Horacio Kaufmann (Streeten Plenary Lecture), Lessons my patients taught me


Italo Biaggioni (Robertson Plenary Lecture), Pathophysiology of supine hypertension in autonomic failure


Pietro Cortelli (MSA Plenary Lecture), Sleep disorders in multiple system atrophy


Jean-François Brunet (Groundbreaking Research Plenary Lecture), The sacral autonomic outflow is sympathetic


Jeffrey Boris (POTS Plenary Lecture), Pediatric POTS: the blind men, the elephant, and the drone


Nataliia Nazarenko (Streeten Travel Fellowship Award), In-vivo measurement of brainstem and hypothalamic centers involved in blood pressure regulation in humans: a high-resolution fMRI study with LBNP


Jose-Alberto Palma (Don Summers Memorial Multiple System Atrophy Travel Award), Preliminary results of the Global Multiple System Atrophy Registry (GLOMSAR): an internet-based patient-reported registry


Naima Covassin (FMS/Peňáz Wesseling Travel Fellowship Award), Blood pressure response to experimental sleep restriction: effect of family history of hypertension


Jacqueline Limberg (FMS/Peňáz Wesseling Travel Fellowship Award), Muscle sympathetic nerve activity is not altered by experimental sleep restriction in healthy humans


Robert Larson (Best Basic Science Autonomic Research Travel Fellowship Award), Exploring neuro-cardiovascular dysregulation in a mouse model of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy


Jorge Celedonio (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award), Nitric oxide function in POTS during high and low sodium diets


Ben Illigens (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award), QT interval lengthening and recovery following experimental hypoglycemia using the hyperinsulinemic clamp procedure


Guillaume Lamotte (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award), Renal conversion of L-dihydroxyphenylserine (droxidopa) to norepinephrine in levodopa-untreated patients with neurogenic orthostatic hypotension


Vera-Ellen Lucci (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award), The use of lidocaine lubricant in bowel management practices does not improve autonomic dysreflexia in spinal cord injury: a randomized clinical trial


Jessica Ng (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award), Vasovagal syncope patients have a reduced quality of life and greater psychological distress compared to healthy subjects


Brock Preheim (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award), Initiation of droxidopa during hospital admission for management of refractory neurogenic orthostatic hypotension in severely ill patients


Jacquie Baker (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award-Poster), Validity and reliability of orthostatic and non-orthostatic symptoms scores derived from the Orthostatic Discriminant and Severity Scale – a new instrument to discriminate orthostatic from non-orthostatic symptoms


Brooke Hockin (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award-Poster), Can intermittent calf compression improve orthostatic tolerance?


Seth Holwerda (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award-Poster), Effect of chronic anxiety on sympathetic vasoconstrictor and cardiac responsiveness in humans


Alejandro Velasco (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award-Poster), Orthostatic heart rate-blood pressure relationship identifies neurogenic orthostatic hypotension


27th International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System

San Diego, CA
November 2-5, 2016

2016 Plenary Lectures and List of Awardees

Kevin Shoemaker (Streeten Plenary Lecture), Recruitment strategies in efferent sympathetic nerve activity: old hypotheses gain momentum in human multi-unit recordings


Nisha Charkoudian (Plenary Lecture), Influences of female reproductive hormones on regulation of body temperature and blood pressure in humans


Kevin J. Tracey (Plenary Lecture), Reflex circuits in immunity


Fujii (Streeten Travel Fellowship Award), Carotid body denervation prevents the worsening of cardiac function and heart failure in rat models of myocardial infarction and hypertension


de Jong (Don Summers Memorial Multiple System Atrophy Travel Award), Circadian blood pressure control in afferent versus efferent lesions in the arterial baroreflex


Vichayanrat (Don Summers Memorial Multiple System Atrophy Travel Award), Cardiovascular autonomic dysfunction in autopsy-confirmed multiple system atrophy: predictors of bad and good outcome


B.C.D. Hockin (FMS/Peňáz Wesseling Travel Fellowship Award), The optimal intermittent calf compression paradigm to improve orthostatic fluid shifts and cardiovascular control


B.M.W. Illigens (FMS/Peňáz Wesseling Travel Fellowship Award), Baroreflex sensitivity impairment during hypoglycemia is associated with an increase in interleukin-6


Bryarly (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award), The prevalence of ganglionic AChR antibodies in postural tachycardia syndrome (POTS)


J.E. Celedonio (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award), Assessment of vascular endothelial function in postural tachycardia syndrome and healthy controls


J.K. Cutsforth-Gregory (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award), Dysautonomia due to ganglionic nicotinic acetylcholine receptor autoimmunity


De Maria (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award), Complexity analysis of cardiovascular oscillations in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis


Awe (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award-Poster), Low bioenergetics in functional disorders parallel disability score


Chobanyan-Jürgens (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award-Poster), Cardiac pacemaker channel (HCN4) inhibition and atrial arrhythmogenesis following acute relief of cardiac sympathetic activation


M.G. Lloyd (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award-Poster), The pathophysiology of carotid sinus hypersensitivity: sensory block of the sternocleidomastoid muscles does not increase responses to carotid sinus massage


V.E. Lucci (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award-Poster), Bowel management and quality of life following spinal cord injury: the influence of autonomic dysreflexia


M.E. Moir (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award-Poster), Cardiac autonomic function impairment in concussed adolescents during a sit-to-stand protocol


Roy (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award-Poster), Short- and long-term effects of Fingolimod on cardiovagal gain in patients with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis


Valerio-Silva (AAS-Lundbeck Travel Fellowship Award-Poster), Pure autonomic failure and Lewy body dementia: red flags of evolution to a widespread alpha synucleinopathy


26th International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System & Joint Meeting with ISAN, 2015

Stresa, Italy
September 26-29, 2015

2015 Plenary Lectures and List of Awardees

None

25th International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System

Rio Grande, Puerto Rico
November 3-6, 2014

2014 Plenary Lectures and List of Awardees

Christopher Mathias (Streeten Plenary Lecture), The evolving nature of autonomic medicine in the new millennium–and peering into the mirror of Galadriel


Jordi Serra


Julian Thayer


Nadia Maruyama (Streeten Travel Fellowship Award), The role of 17β-estradiol in the RVLM of renovascular hypertensive rats


 

24th International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System

Kohala Coast, the Big Island, HI
October 23-26, 2013

2013 Plenary Lectures and List of Awardees

Irwin Schatz (Streeten Plenary Lecture), Lessons from the recent past: The Tuskegee Study


Harold Schultz


Rocio Figueroa (Streeten Travel Fellowship Award), Improvement of endothelial dysfunction during autonomic blockade in obesity-associated hypertensive human subjects


23rd International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System

Paradise Island, Bahamas
October 31-November 3, 2012

2012 Plenary Lectures and List of Awardees

Mark Chapleau (Streeten Plenary Lecture), The ‘ups and downs’ of blood pressure & baroreflex sensitivity – A historical and personal perspective


Qi Fu


Vaughan Macefield


 Niamh Goulding (Streeten Travel Fellowship Award), Blunted osmopressor response in familial dysautonomia


22nd International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System & Joint Meeting with ISAN

Buzios, Brazil
September 12-16, 2011

2011 Plenary Lectures and List of Awardees

None

21st International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System

Marco Island, FL
November 3-6, 2010

2010 Plenary Lectures and List of Awardees

Wouter Wieling (Streeten Plenary Lecture), An autonomic journey in only 30 seconds


David Paterson


Clifford Saper


Jan Groothuis (Streeten Travel Fellowship Award), Preserved peripheral vasoconstriction during an orthostatic challenge in pure autonomic failure


20th International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
November 11-14, 2009

2009 Plenary Lectures and List of Awardees

Francois M. Abboud (Streeten Plenary Lecture), Sensory signals in the development of neurogenic hypertension


William de Groat


Gail Thomas


Cornelia Noack (Streeten Travel Fellowship Award), L-Dopa induced depression of hypoxic ventilatory drive in Parkinson’s disease


19th International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System

Kauai, HI
October 29-November 1, 2008

2008 Plenary Lectures and List of Awardees

David Goldstein (Streeten Plenary Lecture), Catecholamines 101


Andries Kalsbeek


Eliezer Masliah


Emma Hart (Streeten Travel Fellowship Award), The balancing act between sympathetic nerve activity and cardiac output: differences between young men and women


18th International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System & Second Joint Meeting with EFAS

Vienna, Austria
October 10-13, 2007

2007 Plenary Lectures and List of Awardees

Michael Joyner (Streeten Plenary Lecture), POTS: Deconditioning, pseudodeconditioning, both or neither


Alessia Nicotra (Streeten Travel Fellowship Award), Impact of spinal cord injury on emotion and autonomic function: an exploratory brain functional magnetic resonance imaging study


17th International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System

Rio Grande, Puerto Rico
November 1-4, 2006

2006 Plenary Lectures and List of Awardees

Roger Hainsworth (Streeten Plenary Lecture), Why guardsmen don’t faint


Helen Fisher


Elspeth McLachlan


Cyndya Shibao (Streeten Travel Fellowship Award), Novel treatment for postprandial hypotension with an alpha-glucosidase inhibitor, acarbose


16th International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System

Los Cabos, Mexico
October 6-9, 2005

2005 Plenary Lectures and List of Awardees

Felicia Axelrod (Streeten Plenary Lecture), A world without pain or tears


Jack Gorman


Gunnar Wallin


Nidhi Maheshwari (Streeten Travel Fellowship Award), Cardiovascular dysregulation and reduced lifespan in a novel mouse model of hypertension and hypercholesterolemia


15th International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System & First Joint Meeting with EFAS

Amsterdam, The Netherlands
October 20-23, 2004

2004 Plenary Lectures and List of Awardees

Phillip Low (Streeten Plenary Lecture), My journey with the autonomic nervous system


Qi Fu (Streeten Travel Fellowship Award), Baroreflex regulation of muscle sympathetic nerve activity does not reset during chronic antihypertensive therapy: A potential mechanism for treatment failure?


14th International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
November 5-8, 2003

2003 Plenary Lectures and List of Awardees

David Robertson (Streeten Plenary Lecture), Volume and vasoconstriction in orthostatic intolerance


Jere Mitchell


Shaun Morrison


Alfredo Gamboa (Streeten Travel Fellowship Award), The contribution of endothelial vs. neural nitric oxide to blood pressure is uncovered by autonomic blockade


13th International Symposium on the Autonomic Nervous System

Hilton Head, NC
October 24-27, 2002

2002 Plenary Lectures and List of Awardees

Robert Hoeldtke (Streeten Plenary Lecture), Pathophysiology of diabetic autonomic polyneuropathy


David Goldstein


Julian Thayer


Lucy Norcliffe (Streeten Travel Fellowship Award), Patients with posturally related syncope have increased responsiveness of the cerebral circulation to carbon dioxide