SWHR routinely convenes meetings of diverse scientific experts, clinicians, patients, and health care stakeholders to effect change in women’s health.
SWHR’s science events often serve as the foundation for our multiyear programs, known as SWHR’s Interdisciplinary Science Networks, which seek to identify research gaps and address unmet needs in diseases and conditions that disproportionately or differently affect women.
WHAT WE’RE DOING
Policy, Public Panel, Science
Upcoming Science Events
Join us for discussions around the latest research in women’s health.
Upcoming Events › Science
SWHR will convene a closed-door virtual roundtable meeting to discuss the gaps in research, clinical practice, and patient education that need to be filled to improve health outcomes for women with fibroids.
The Connors Center's Stress, Sex, & Gender Research Symposium will feature keynote speaker Kerry Ressler, MD, PhD and showcase recent achievements from each of the Center’s primary research programs.
SWHR will host a virtual panel discussion to raise awareness about research gaps and unmet needs related to diagnosis, treatment, and access to care for uterine fibroids.
Sex Differences in Brain Disorders: Emerging Transcriptomic Evidence and Implications for Therapeutic Development
This workshop will bring together bring together experts and key stakeholders to explore emerging evidence regarding differences in transcriptomic abnormalities that occur in the brains of men versus women with a variety of brain disorders.
The conference seeks to enhance the understanding and knowledge of ovarian cancer; discuss the most recent innovations in the field; and address pressing concerns.
OCRA's Ovarian Cancer National Conference is the largest and longest running conference devoted to ovarian cancer survivors.
The North American Menopause Society hosts its 2020 Annual Meeting to increase awareness, research, and support for menopause.
Women's Health Research at Yale hosts a lively discussion of how science drives discovery, how studying the biology and social experience of women makes it better, and how better science leads to better lives.
The AACR Science of Cancer Health Disparities conferences advance the understanding of, and ultimately help to eliminate, the disparities that represent a major public health problem in our country.
The Migraine Symposium is a free one-day educational and celebratory event hosted by the Association of Migraine Disorders that expands our understanding of migraine through expert presentations.