CWHRI has been selected to present a pitch as a finalist on June 26 for the WHAMGlobal Big Idea Challenge. Come out and support us! You can register here.
Dr. Sonya Borrero and Colleen Judge worked to create a Facebook survey in January that explored women’s contraceptive decision making after the 2016 presidential election. The Pittsburgh Trib Live reported on the survey, accessible here.
CWHRI director, Sonya Borrero, had an op-ed in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette about the ACA and women’s health on March 8. Read the op-ed here.
CWHRI faculty members Judy Chang and Marian Jarlenski were quoted in the New York Times on February 2, 2017. Read the article here.
Kelly Nestman, CWHRI’s Administrator, met Cecile Richards and Wendy Davis at Chatham University on November 1. As a Chatham alumna, Kelly was invited to meet with them in a small group of about 10 people. They discussed the implications of
Published Wednesday in the journal Menopause, the observational study was led by Rebecca Thurston, a professor of psychiatry at Pitt’s School of Medicine. Researchers included experts from around the country as well as from Pitt and Allegheny General Hospital. They
Here’s good news for middle-aged women who fear their sexual satisfaction is destined to decline: Aging can provide benefits that might make lovemaking even more enjoyable, a small study suggests. Interviews with more than three dozen women ages 45 to
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf will award Goodkind the first Deborah Harding Women of Achievement Award during the annual conference of the National Peace Corps Association in Washington on Sept. 23. Created by the Women of Peace Corps Legacy, the
It’s commonly thought that as we get older sex fades year-by-year until it completely disappears —especially for women. But two new studies suggest that older — and wiser? — women have learned the secrets to success in the bedroom. While
One in three women in the United States dies of heart disease, and preventing those deaths motivates Pittsburgh researchers, including Rebecca Thurston at University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.