November's issue of Chapel Hill Magazine recognizes Dr. Hendree Jones contributions to the community
The Center for Women’s Health Research is pleased to announce three award programs with a total value of $15,000 will be made available to principal investigators who have had grants administered within the past five years.
The Center for Women's Health Research will provide access to the facilitation services of Dr. Carol Lorenz to kick off every new research grant that is administered by the Center.
The Center for Women’s Health Research is very excited about our growth in the last few years. As the Center succeeds and grows, our employees also have an opportunity to progress in their career development.
NIH is gathering input from the research community, and others, in the form of an RFI, on sex differences in research. The response date is October 13!
CWHR requires grant submissions to comply with NIH PMCID requirements.
Personal preference and life-style challenges listed as top reasons for deciding to stop, or not breast-feed
Data shows 80 percent of mothers seek prenatal care within the first trimester, and 44.7 percent receive dental care
Domino-effect as more NC women classified as obese or overweight than within the recommended weight range
State's women continue to receive mammograms, colonoscopies, and dental care above target rates
eSlideShow shows quick facts and links to articles and scholarly sources
CWHR PIs publish articles on glyburide's rise over insulin in the treatment of GDM, and data on a woman's lifetime risk of SUI and POP surgery
The female population will continue to outnumber the male population through at least 2020 according to the 2014 North Carolina Women's Health Report Card released May 12 by the University of North Carolina’s at Chapel Hill’s Center for Women's Health Research (CWHR).
Center for Women’s Health Research releases 2014 North Carolina Women's Health Report Card
The Heart of Healing: Repairing the Mother/Child Relationship in Substance Abuse Treatment