A New Survey from the Society for Women’s Health Research Reveals Cost and Lack of Insurance Are Biggest Barriers to Mammograms; A Majority of Women Are Unaware the ACA Requires Mammography Screenings at No Cost Sharing Washington, DC – October 29, 2014 – Four in... read more
SWHR has held its first interdisciplinary roundtable discussion on understanding urologic health in women across the lifespan. Led by SWHR staff, including Chris Carter, PhD, MPH, Vice President of Scientific Affairs, and Monica Mallampalli, PhD, MSc., Director of Scientific Programs, the roundtable included 15 researchers from diverse backgrounds. The expert panel represented various disciplines ranging from urology, urogynecology, pediatric urology, epidemiology, cellular and molecular biology, microbiology, genetics, surgery, physiology, neurobiology, gerontology, regenerative medicine and biomedical engineering.
Washington, D.C. – The Society for Women’s Health Research (SWHR®), the nation’s leading voice on the study of biological differences between women and men, has released a white paper about the new National Institutes of Health (NIH) policies requiring investigators to address sex and gender issues in the design and conduct of NIH-funded preclinical studies. For nearly 25 years, SWHR has been advocating for research on sex differences in preclinical and clinical research.