The Ludeman Family Center for Women’s Health Research is regarded as one of the best places to conduct research that includes women and considers the distinct but linked concepts of sex (biological) and gender (social) differences.
We mentor and fund the next generation of researchers, supporting their cutting-edge research on issues that pose a significant threat to women’s health – cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and the intersection of mental health and physical health in those diseases. Join us in supporting new, life-saving discoveries and in learning more about women’s health across the lifespan.
On May 4, the CU Anschutz Medical Campus announced the naming of the Center for Women’s Health Research in honor of the Ludeman family — a longstanding philanthropic partner.
The Ludeman Center is hiring two new positions. Find out more at CU Careers and apply now! We can't wait to find our next team members.
The Women's Health Symposium is now available as a recorded event for CME credits. Register now and view the program on your own time.
If your NIH research grant work was adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, then you may be eligible for an extension. NIH recently announced that NIH fellowship (F) and career development (K) research grant recipients directly affected by COVID-19 may apply for no-cost extensions and funded extensions (NOT-OD-21-052). These extension requests will be reviewed by NIH and authorized organization officials and considered on a case-by-case basis, subject to the availability of funds.
We are finding answers that save lives through research focused on women's health and sex and gender differences.
Through seed grants and our renowned mentoring, we support scientists who study women’s health and sex and gender differences.
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