The 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.
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.
From around the world to our backyard, we share groundbreaking research, innovative studies, important health tips and stories of how research is improving lives.
Date: Tuesday, February 25, 2020
Join us during heart health month for the next Let's Talk and be better equipped to guard and protect your heart. Experts at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus will teach you about sex differences in cardiovascular disease, including symptoms, diagnosis, prevention, and pharmacological treatments.
Date: Saturday, February 29, 2020
Center for Women’s Health Research & the University of Colorado School of Medicine present the 18th Annual Women's Health Symposium. This program is designed to meet the educational needs of physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, medical students, cardiac rehabilitation specialists, diabetes educators, and many others involved in women's health.
Date: September 23-25, 2020
The National Conference on Women’s Health and Sex Differences Research brings together scientists and thought leaders from across the country to make connections and share emerging and cutting-edge findings on the connection between metabolism and sex differences across the lifespan.