The Center for Women's Health Research has funded 65 MD and PhD junior faculty researchers who study women's health and sex differences across the lifespan. We seek to benefit women's health by adding a well-trained, diverse group of researchers to the workforce who are equipped to answer key questions about women's health and sex differences through interdisciplinary research.
We aim to broaden the research agenda in women's health and sex differences, particularly in cardiovascular disease and diabetes — two of the leading causes of disability and death in women. These diseases are also tied to struggles with depression and anxiety and some past researchers have looked at the intersection of mental and physical health.
CWHR Junior Faculty Research Development Awards
2018 grants have been awarded. 2019 grant dates will be posted in Spring of 2019.
2018 grants included up to seven (7) awards of $25,000 each
CU-AMC full-time MD, MD-PhD and PhD faculty and fellows
Advance research career in women’s health and sex differences across the lifespan with a focus on:
- Cardiovascular disease (CVD)
- Mental health-especially as it relates to CVD and diabetes