A 2015 survey of North Carolina women found higher rates of depression in the state's women compared to men, likely due to adverse childhood events.
Early pregnancy treatment of subclinical thyroid dysfunction has no impact on infant cognitive outcomes
A comprehensive clinical trial, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, challenges three decades worth of observational studies by conclusively demonstrating that treatment between eight and 20 weeks of gestation does not have an impact on adverse outcomes in children through five years of age.
The Center for Women's Health Research is pleased to congratulate or investigators on their February grant submission.
A how-to guide for determining when to contact a biostatiscian, how to most effectively utilize their expertise, and where to find services on campus.
The Center for Women's Health Research is pleased to congratulate or investigators on their January grant submission.
Personal and cultural barriers contribute to the ongoing struggle many women face trying to meet national recommendations for physical activity. North Carolina women struggle in particular, but solutions do exist.
The Center for Women's Health Research has identified the most commonly used UNC resources for the past two years, refined and verified the accuracy of the content. This Facilities and Resources list is now available to all CWHR investigators.
The Center for Women's Health Research is pleased to congratulate our investigators on their December grant submission.
Applications are due Feb. 14, 2017 and offer up to $65k with possible F&A
The Center for Women's Health Research is pleased to congratulate the following principal investigators on their November grant submissions.
The Center for Women's Health Research is pleased to congratulate the following principal investigators on their October grant submissions.
Wednesday, November 9 from 6-8 pm at the Arts Center in Carrboro
A recap of the second CWHR Speaker Series event featuring Patsy Oliver, Associate Dean for Finance and Business Operations in the UNC School of Medicine.
After successfully serving as the Center for Women’s Health Research’s (CWHR) Finance Director, Tracey Conrad has announced she will be transitioning to her new position as the Assistant Director, Business Administration of the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center effective Oct. 31.
Dr. Kim Boggess, a professor in the Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, and fellow investigators of the Cesarean Section Optimal Antibiotic Prophylaxis (C/SOAP) study have discovered that administering the antibiotic, azithromycin alongside the standard recommended antibiotic regimen, cefazolin, reduces infection rates by 50 percent for women who have a non-elective cesarean delivery.
Four co-investigators from UNC will lead a five-year, multicenter study to examine the impact of combined Metformin and insulin therapy on infant outcomes with mothers experiencing type 2 diabetes in pregnancy.
Dr. Neeta Vora, a CWHR principal investigator for the A New Era of Genomics for Fetal Diagnosis grant, has been awarded $2,200 through the Center's fiscal year 2017 CWHR Personnel Support Program.
The Center for Women's Health Research is pleased to congratulate the following principal investigators on their September grant submissions.
Dr. Kim Boggess, a CWHR principal investigator for the Medical Optimization and Management of Pregnancies with Overt Type 2 Diabetes (MOMPOD), has been awarded $8,300 through the Center's fiscal year 2017 CWHR Equipment and Personnel Support Program.
The Center for Women’s Health Research is happy to announce its third year of offering three $5k for principal investigators that have had grants administered by the Center in the past five years.