Women's Health Research
Cedars-Sinai is uniquely positioned at the forefront of translational research to improve women's health across a wide array of disciplines.
Our scientists and laboratories focus on many areas of women's health, including childbirth safety, early menopause, ovarian and breast cancers, and obstetrical healthcare resource utilization.
CREWHS: Call for Applications
The Center for Research in Women’s Health and Sex Differences (CREWHS) is calling for investigators to submit their research on women’s health or sex differences. Winners of the award will receive up to $50,000 (direct costs) for a year with a potential to extend for a second year. The funded research will be highlighted at the 4th Annual CREWHS Symposium on October 28, 2022. Please submit your research application via email at firstname.lastname@example.org by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, April 8, 2022. Winners will be notified on Friday, May 27, 2022.
Featured Team Member
Obstetrical health care resource utilization, cesarean section rates, maternal quality care and the development of OB/GYN practice guidelines are active areas of interest for us.
Kimberly D. Gregory, MD
Director, Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine
Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology
Vice Chair, Women's Healthcare Quality and Performance Improvement
Helping Hand of Los Angeles - The Miriam Jacobs Chair in Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Our laboratories are busy investigating women's health issues and exploring potential treatments and therapies for conditions like breast cancer, ovarian cancer, heart disease and high-risk pregnancy.
Recognizing and developing medical research specific to studying women's heart disease.
Conducting research on ovarian failure and tumor development, and genetics of adverse pregnancy outcomes.
Women's Health Clinical Trials
In prioritizing women's healthcare, teams of doctors and scientists at Cedars-Sinai continually stage clinical trials for studies in gynecology, obstetrics/maternity, women's cancer and women's heart.
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