Raising Awareness for Uterine Fibroids this July
Every July, individuals around the world raise awareness for uterine fibroids, which affect an estimated 26 million women of reproductive…
A Focus on Mental Health and Infertility in Women
For Infertility Awareness Month, and in every month moving forward, SWHR is working to advance research, policy, and education on…
A Call to Action for Women Living with Alzheimer’s, Informed by Data Dashboard 
To bring attention to Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness Month in June, SWHR released a statement of priority areas that could…
Advancing Uterine Health Through Research, Policy, and Advocacy
During the “Emerging Topics in Women’s Health: A Focus on Uterine Health” SWHR hosted a panel of women's health experts…
It Doesn’t Have to be ‘Dreadopause’: A Woman’s Reflections on Her Journey with Menopause 
The Society for Women’s Health Research spoke with Sharon Seibel, MD, and her husband Dr. Mache Seibel, about her journey…
Highlighting A Blind Spot in Research: The Importance of Sex and Gender Differences in Eye Health
SWHR presented on its women’s eye health disparities paper during a Biology of Sex Differences session at the OSSD 2023…
SWHR Talks “From Cells to Society” at Sex Differences Conference
SWHR hosted “From Cells to Society: Research and Advocacy to Advance Mature Women’s Health" as an opening symposium for the…
Maternal Health Network Meeting Addresses Novel Approaches for Education About Prenatal Genetic Screening
In a Maternal Health Network meeting, Katie Stoll, MS, LGC, executive director of the Genetic Support Foundation (GSF), shared about…
SWHR Endorses “Momnibus 2.0”
SWHR is pleased to once again offer its endorsement of the Black Maternal Health Momnibus Act (or Momnibus Act).