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Fifth Annual Interdisciplinary Women's Health Research Symposium P D F icon (40kb)

ORWH Announces New Deputy Director P D F icon (82kb)

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WHSIG Presents: Bone Loss and Depression, June 13th!P D F icon(66kb)

NIH/ORWH Announces New BIRCWH Awards to Promote Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women's Health at 11 Institutions in 9 States
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The National Institutes of Health is currently seeking outstanding candidates for the new three-year Women's Health Clinical Fellowship.

NIH Director Names Five New Members to Advisory Committee on Research on Women's Health (June, 2005)

New Program Announcement: Pathophysiology and Treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS): PA-05-030

Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women's Health (BIRCWH) RFA-OD-05-002

ORWH/NIH Reentry Program Announcement is now in the NIH Guide!

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Upcoming Events

Registration Now Open!!

Trauma Spectrum Disorders: The Role of Gender, Race & Other Socioeconomic Factors: Sponsored by Dod/DCoE, NIH and the DVA, October 1 and 2, 2008, Natcher Conference Center, NIH, Bethesda, MD.
To access registration, please go to:

NIH Health Disparities Summit in December 16-18 2008 / Registration Open

Women’s Health
Special Interest Group (WHSIG)

WHSIG programs are held in
Wilson Hall on the 3rd Floor of Building 1

Friday, September 12, 2008, 11:30AM – 12:30PM PDF Icon (72kb)
Title: “Sex Differences and Obesity in Osteoarthritis of the Knee”
Speaker: Amy L. Lerner, Ph.D.

Come join your fellow NIH colleagues in a scientific exchange on issues related to the biology and pathology of sex and gender differences and effects on women’s health.  If you require sign language interpretation, please contact Ms. Vicki Malick at 5 days prior to this seminar.

2008 Women's Health Seminar Series

The ORWH Women’s Health Seminar Series features nationally recognized leaders in women’s health research who present the latest information on topics important to women’s health.

Seminars are free and open to the public.

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