SWHR Remembers Former Board Member Colleen Conway-Welch
Former SWHR Board member and dedicated women’s health advocate Colleen Conway-Welch, PhD, RN, died on Oct. 13 after a battle…
Veterans Health Administration: Making Changes to Better Serve Women
Women are the fastest-growing segment within the U.S. veteran population and account for nearly 10 percent of the people served…
SWHR Applauds Report Addressing Research Gaps on Safe, Effective Therapies for Pregnant and Lactating Women
The Society for Women’s Health Research commends the Task Force on Research Specific to Pregnant Women and Lactating Women for…
Hormones and Migraine: A Lifelong Connection
For women with migraine, fluctuating hormonal levels both during their monthly menstrual cycle and over the course of their lifespan…
Speeding Progress in Migraine Requires Unraveling Sex Differences
To decrease the substantial health and economic burden of migraine, researchers need to address how the disease differs between women…
Studying Sex Differences Benefits Both Women and Men — Here’s Why
Most of what we know about human health and disease is based on research on men. This is because, until…
Spurring Innovation in Endometriosis Through Policy Changes
SWHR brought together three leading endometriosis experts for a congressional briefing to discuss the current state of endometriosis research as…
Sex Matters: Addressing the Alzheimer’s Disease Research Gap
To prevent and treat Alzheimer’s disease, scientists need to better understand how the disease differs between women and men, according…
Biology of Sex Differences Journal Welcomes New Editor-in-Chief
Jane F. Reckelhoff, PhD, of the University of Mississippi Medical Center earlier this month took the helm as editor-in-chief of Biology…