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    Q&A With a Pioneer in Cardiology and Women’s Health

    Feb 8, 2021 by Devin Lynn
    The Ludeman Family Center for Women’s Health Research connects scientists and community members from around the country and advocates for women’s health and sex differences research. One key element is the Ludeman Center’s Scientific Council. This group consists of pioneers in the field that help guide the scientific mission of the Ludeman Center. Nanette Wenger, MD, professor emerita of Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine, is a longtime member of the Scientific Council and a living legend in the field of cardiology and women’s health and sex differences research. We recently interviewed her about the role of innovation in women’s health and sex differences research.
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    Women’s Health Research Event: Happiness ‘More Important Now Than Ever’Opens in a new window

    Nov 23, 2020
    With COVID-19 cases surging around the world and a race for life-saving vaccines at the top of most people’s minds, focusing on happiness during the pandemic might seem petty. But it’s actually more important now than ever, said Laurie Santos, PhD, keynote speaker at the Nov. 11 Center for Women’s Health Research Annual Community Event.
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    Donor Spotlight: AMG National Trust

    Nov 5, 2020 by Devin Lynn
    Community outreach is a central tenet of the CWHR. Research is a powerful tool for improving the lives of women and men around the world, but it is critical that they are given the necessary information. Partnerships like the one with AMG provide critical avenues for disseminating information to the community.
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    Welcome James C.T. Linfield to the Advisory Board

    Sep 22, 2020 by Devin Lynn
    A sincere welcome to our newest Advisory Board Member Jim Linfield! Jim joined the Advisory Board in July and is excited to work alongside our faculty and staff to further women’s health and sex differences research.
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