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This NOSI highlights the availability of administrative supplements to support research focusing on sex and gender influences on human health.
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This funding opportunity encourages projects examining common sources of disparities in the health of women and girls, with an emphasis on those that consider intersectionality, multidimensional models, and perspectives from multiple disciplines.
ORWH’s new quarterly lecture series, titled “Diverse Voices: Intersectionality and the Health of Women,” will amplify research that incorporates an intersectional framework and addresses the breadth of topics relevant to the health of women.
The awards defray the costs of attending the Organization for the Study of Sex Differences (OSSD) Annual Meeting on May 2-5, 2022, in Marina del Rey, CA.
At this year’s meeting, Tracy L. Bale, Ph.D., of the University of Maryland School of Medicine will present the keynote address, titled “Extracellular Vesicles as Stress Signals: Identifying Novel Biomarkers in Maternal and Fetal Health.”
This event will include two major lectures—the 5th Ruth L. Kirschstein Memorial Lectureship and the Legacy of Leadership Lectureship—as well as presentations on research findings by leading BIRCWH Scholars and a live Q&A session. An e-poster session featuring abstracts from BIRCWH Scholars will occur in the afternoon.
NIH recently released a funding opportunity announcement titled American Women: Assessing Risk Epidemiologically (AWARE) (R01 Clinical Trial Optional).
This webinar will increase awareness of and discuss sustainable strategies for integrating gender-based violence prevention/intervention services in diverse care settings.
This e-learning course gives users a thorough and up-to-date understanding of NIH requirements for factoring sex as a biological variable into research designs.
The series will include a consideration of the health care of incarcerated women, discussion of midlife health disparities identified by the Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation, and an interview with Vivian Pinn, M.D., the first full-time Director of ORWH.