Office of Research on Women’s Health (ORWH)
NIH Advisory Committee on Research on Women’s Health
The Advisory Committee on Research on Women’s Health (ACRWH) was congressionally mandated by the NIH Revitalization Act of 1993 as a mechanism for eliciting advice and recommendations on priority issues affecting women’s health and sex differences research. In this role, the ACRWH advises the ORWH director on appropriate NIH research activities on women’s health; reviews the women’s health research portfolio for NIH; surveys goals for scientific career development; and assesses inclusion of women and minorities in NIH clinical research. ACRWH members are selected from among physicians, practitioners, scientists, and other health professionals who are not federal employees.More Information About the ACRWH
- Upcoming ACRWH meeting will be videocast live and can be watched online. It will also be archived for later viewing.
- Next ACRWH Meeting: September 24, 2014. Draft agenda.
- NIH’s ORWH Welcomes Four New Advisory Council Members
- View the ACRWH Report on NIH Research on Women’s Health FY 11-12