SWHR to Honor Three Visionary Women at Annual Awards Dinner
SWHR will honor Janet Woodcock, MD, of the Food and Drug Administration, Christi Shaw of Eli Lilly and Co., and…
Experts Identify Challenges in Endometriosis Research and Patient Care
SWHR brought together a group of patients, clinicians, researchers and other relevant stakeholders for a daylong roundtable meeting to identify…
SWHR Applauds Congress for Supporting Funding for NIH Office of Research on Women’s Health
SWHR commends Congress for recognizing the valuable role of NIH's Office of Research on Women's Health in the FY18 spending…
SWHR Hires Emily Ortman as Communications Director
SWHR announced today the hiring of Emily Ortman as its new director of communications. Ortman will lead the development of strategic…
New Guide Aims to Unmask Challenges Women Face in Getting Healthy Sleep
Though sleep is essential to health, the unique barriers faced by women in maintaining good sleep health are often misunderstood…
SWHR Receives NICHD Director’s Award for PregSource Partnership
SWHR was awarded the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development's Director’s Award for its participation as a partner…
Imaging The Effects Of Menopausal Hormone Therapy On The Brain
Imaging provides a window into brain changes due to dementia decades before someone begins to show clinical symptoms of the…
The Importance Of Revamping The Guidelines For Alzheimer’s Disease
An estimated 5.2 million Americans live with Alzheimer’s disease. Of these Americans, 5 million are over the age of 65…
SWHR Engages on Migraine and Women’s Health
SWHR convened interdisciplinary thought leaders at the George Washington University Milken School of Public Health for a panel discussion that…