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The 2-day workshop will review the state of science on cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk across the lifespan of women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and identify knowledge gaps and opportunities in PCOS-related cardiovascular disease research.
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Research in the U.S. confirms that COVID-19 is disproportionately affecting populations that were already experiencing health disparities and medical or social vulnerabilities.
The workshop will focus on researching interconnected physiological systems, investigating multicomponent interventions of therapeutic systems, and examining the impact of these interventions on multisystem or multiorgan outcomes.
NIH recently awarded $50,000 each to 10 institutions as part of a prize competition recognizing their biomedical and behavioral science departments for enhancing gender diversity and equity among their faculties.
This funding opportunity complements and expands research support through the COBRE program and will advance the capacity of research on women’s health in Institutional Development Award (IDeA) States, areas that have historically received low levels of NIH funding.
The key topics discussed at this event will be rising maternal morbidity and mortality rates, increasing rates of chronic debilitating conditions in women, and stagnant cervical cancer survival rates.
This funding opportunity announcement solicits secondary analyses of existing datasets to provide evidence about appropriate strategies for long-term osteoporosis therapies, including drug holidays (i.e., physician-directed temporary cessation of pharmaceutical treatment), and to understand their risks and benefits more thoroughly.
The webinar will feature presentations by two panelists, Grace M. Aldrovandi, M.D., of the UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital and Susan E. Cohn, M.D., M.P.H., of the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, followed by a Q&A session.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women’s Health recently released a funding opportunity to solicit applications for State, local, territorial, and Tribal partnership projects designed to identify and reduce violence-related deaths among pregnant people and postpartum people.
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