The Center for Women's Health Research's publicizes research participation opportunities on our website and via our social media channels regardless of administering department. Our only requirements are that the study be in the area of women's health, and that IRB approval to promote recruitment has been obtained.
The Center for Women's Health Research is pleased to congratulate the following principal investigators on their September grant submissions.
All National Institutes of Health is requesting, by August 16, the input of stakeholders and the general public as they prepare their strategic plan.
The Center for Women’s Health Research would like to congratulate Jennifer Davis as she transitions to her new role as Accountant at the UNC Gene Therapy Center on August 7. The Center also welcomes Debbie Sanabria who, on August 31, will join CWHR as the Grants Administrator.
When studies are done primarily with male animals, as is often the case, the usefulness of drugs for women is in doubt.
The NIH's Deputy Director for Extramural Research demonstrates how to calculate success, award and funding rate, and provides the most recent figures for the NIH as a whole.
The Center for Women's Health Research is pleased to congratulate the following principal investigators on their June grant submissions.
The Center for Women’s Health Research is happy to announce its second year of offering three $5k for principal investigators that have had grants administered by the Center in the past five years.
Services at the Center for Women’s Health Research run the gamut of post-award, pre-award, core development and faculty development. That covers a lot of ground over some pretty broad categories and several of our unique services have been added or modified in the last two years. Are you familiar with our current offerings?
Notice NOT-OD-14-073, titled "Applicant Responsibilities in Maintaining the Integrity of NIH Peer Review" was published by the National Institutes of Health on June 18 to provide guidance on appropriate and inappropriate contact between reviewers and project directors/principal investigators.
Jennifer Wu, MD, MPH, associate professor and interim director of the Division of Pelvic Health, has been awarded the 2015 ABOG/AAOGF Bridge Funding Award in support of her research project entitled "Genetic Epidemiology of Pelvic Organ Prolapse".
Dr. Kim Boggess, Professor in the Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, is joining the Chronic Hypertension and Pregnancy (CHAP) Project sponsored by the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Congratulations to OBGYN Associate Professor and CWHR PI Dr. Lisa Rahangdale on achieving tenure.
The Center for Women's Health Research is pleased to congratulate the following principal investigators on their May grant submissions.
The National Institutes of Health's Office of Research on Women's Health (ORWH) has published the results of its September 2014 request for information titled Consideration of Sex as a Biological Variable in Biomedical Research.
The award was presented at the 2015 American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting.
The Center for Women's Health Research is pleased to congratulate the following principal investigators on their April grant submissions.
No evidence of a clinically meaningful increase in opioid-managed pelvic pain following hysteroscopic versus laparoscopic sterilization
Conover, Howell, Wu, Dasgupta, Kinlaw, Jonsson Funk report on the incidence of pain-management drugs following female sterilization procedure.
The Center for Women's Health Research is pleased to congratulate the following principal investigators on their March grant submissions.
Camelo Castillo, Boggess, Stürmer, Brookhart, Benjamin, and Jonsson-Funk co-author study linking glyburide with a higher risk for newborns to be admitted to a neonatal intensive care unit, have respiratory distress, hypoglycemia (low blood glucose), birth injury and be large for gestational age compared with infants born to women treated with insulin.