October 29, 2023
October is World Menopause Month! Menopause is a natural part of the aging process, and typically lasts 1/3 to 1/2 of a woman's life. So.. why don't we know more about it?! There is a lot of information - and sometimes misinformation - about menopause and it can be overwhelming to filter through it all.
October 25, 2023
Are you attending a sex and gender differences or women's health conference OR presenting sex and gender differences or women’s health research at any conference? The Conference Award offers $250 prizes for WHRC trainee members!
June 30, 2023
On June 28th, 2023 a 24 year old former student at the University of Waterloo
June 28, 2023
On June 14th, 2023, we hosted the Women's+ Health Research Trainee Conference, alongside the
April 27, 2023
We are pleased to invite you to register for our upcoming Women's+ Health Research Trainee Conference, taking place on June 14th, 2023! We are collaborating with the Partnership for Women's
April 18, 2023
May 3rd marks World Maternal Mental Health Day, a campaign started in 2015 to raise awareness about the importance of maternal mental health.
April 7, 2023
Interviewees: Tanvi Puri, Ph.D. Candidate, University of British Columbia, Graduate Program in Neuroscience, Faculty of Medicine Authors/Editors: Romina Garcia de leon, Shayda Swann (Blog Co-coordinators). Published: April 7th, 2023
March 22, 2023
Are you passionate about women’s health and science communication? Have an eye for detail and graphic design? Want to dip your toes into social media marketing? Or maybe you’re already an expert and want to help us showcase and inspire new knowledge in women’s health research through social media?
March 18, 2023
Calling all trainees!
March 14, 2023
UBC students who are looking for part time employment from May-August should check out one of the roles we're hiring for through Careers Online. Check out a summary of the roles and what we're looking for in candidates below.
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We acknowledge that the UBC Point Grey campus is situated on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) people.