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.
Past Events › Science
This ORWH Facebook Live Q&A panel discussion will explore the importance of women, particularly women of color, in STEMM leadership roles.
The COVID-19 pandemic provided a stark reality check regarding inequities and disparities in health outcomes. NPWH's webinar will discuss the impact of this pandemic on health equity.
A one-day educational symposium featuring presentations
from more than 35 experts and advocates. The symposium is divided into two tracks. One is tailored to medical professionals and the other to patients and the general public, however, both programs will be open to all attendees. The event will be followed
by an awards ceremony and cocktail hour.
On Tuesday, September 1, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. ET, ORWH will host an hour-long webinar titled “Incorporating a Sex-and-Gender Lens from Bench to Bedside: Neurology,” featuring speaker Farida Sohrabji, Ph.D.
In this webinar from Johns Hopkins, attendees will hear about current clinical trials to alter the course of Alzheimer's Disease as well as early symptoms and the course of the disease.
This conference provides current and clinically applicable information for prenatal, intrapartum, and postpartum care of the mother as well as infant care, both in the hospital and through transition to home.
The goal of the 2020 Summit is to support and progress the integration of sex and gender differences into health professionals’ education through innovative and sustainable curriculum methods.
This NIH workshop brings together experts to discuss the progress and challenges in research and care for pregnant women and newborns during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Advancing the Response to COVID-19: Sharing Promising Programs and Practices for Racial and Ethnic Minority Communities
This webinar from the HHS Office of Minority Health (OMH) will feature national, state, tribal and local experts leading COVID-19 relief efforts and is developed for public health leaders and community organizations.
As the pandemic rages on, society needs accurate information fast in order to generate a vaccine. But can researchers provide it? Join STAT for a discussion that seeks to answer this question.