Due to travel and event restrictions, we have decided to reschedule the 2020 National Conference on Women's Health and Sex Differences Research. We are looking forward to gathering in person October 12-14, 2022.
The Ludeman Family Center for Women's Health Research National Conference on Women's Health and Sex Differences Research brings together scientists and thought leaders from around the world to share emerging and cutting-edge findings on the connection between metabolism and sex differences across the lifespan.
Held in Colorado every other year, this conference strengthens and advances the national research agenda on women's health and sex differences. The 3-day meeting offers unparalleled opportunities for senior investigators and young scientists alike to learn about current research, make strategic connections, and contribute to discovery and innovation in women's health and sex differences research. In addition to the scientific sessions, the conference also features a special community session where expert scientists translate their research to the public, helping our community learn about the real world implications of issues affecting women's health.
The Center is pleased to host the 3rd biennial National Conference on Women's Health and Sex Differences Research from October 12-14, 2022 at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
This conference will feature:
Scientific keynote and moderated scientific panel
Judged poster session
Breakthrough science data blitzes by junior faculty
View the agenda and register for the conference. Learn about lodging details and special conference room rates.
The National Conference on Women's Health and Sex Differences Research will feature a judged poster session. Learn more and submit an abstract.
The Ludeman Center is providing travel awards to six junior researchers who are focused on women's health or sex/gender differences research.
Did you miss out on a previous conference, or would you like to recall the great sessions and speakers of the past? Read programs and papers from our 2016 & 2018 conferences.