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, Webinar
Upcoming Science Events
Join us for discussions around the latest research in women’s health.
Past Events › Science
Learn, engage, and connect with the ACOG community during two half-days of clinical seminars, panel discussions, clinical debates, poster sessions, and more.
The theme of this year's ACNM conference is “Dismantling Racism in Midwifery: Acknowledging the Past and Building a Better Future.”
The AWHONN convention offers attendees opportunities to discover new ideas, strengthen their knowledge and expand their professional networks
The first installment of NIH ORWH's series "COVID-19, Intersectionality, and the Health of Women" will discuss the commentary sex and gender differences in COVID-19.
Learn about early cancer detection, chronic inflammation, fibroids among African-American women, latest research on memory, the COVID-19 pandemic, preventing heart disease and achieving longevity and optimal health.
SWHR will host a virtual public forum on the need for innovation in HPV-related disease screening and treatment for women.
The Mary Horrigan Connors Center for Women’s Health & Gender Biology will host a daylong interactive educational forum and community building event.
Purdue's Global Women's Health Institute will host a symposium on women's health during the pandemic featuring an expert panel of researchers.
This monthly virtual conference series will bring attention to the brain health issues that women face and encourage the medical, scientific and commercial communities to address them.
The FDA Office of Women’s Health is hosting a public meeting to discuss potential sex and gender differences in use and responses to CBD and other cannabinoids.