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Dr. Pedro A. Jose received his MD degree, magna cum laude, meritissimus, from the University of Santo Tomas, Philippines, and placed first in the Philippine National Board Examinations in Medicine and Surgery. He received his PhD degree in Physiology from Georgetown University, Washington, DC, USA. The primary goal of Dr. Jose’s research is to determine the genetic and pharmacogenetic bases of human essential hypertension and the metabolic syndrome. He has published more than 380 scientific articles in book chapters and journals. Dr. Jose has received several academic and research awards, including the 2003 Lewis K. Dahl Memorial Lecture (American Heart Association), 2007 Ernest H. Starling Distinguished Lecture (American Physiological Society), and 2015 Excellence Award for Hypertension Research (American Heart Association). A key finding of Dr. Jose’s research is the demonstration of the crucial role of gene variants of GRK4 in the pathogenesis and personalized treatment of hypertension.