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Our Video Series features the work of our funded investigators and highlights our center’s efforts to foster gender-specific research findings with practical benefits. Flash Player is needed to view the videos in the gallery below.
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- 1-138056http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAUk2D9n56oLearn about our mission, and why it is so important for gender differences in biology and behavior to be examined in health and medicine.Women's Health: See the Whole PictureLearn about our mission, and why it is so important for gender...(2:37)
- 1-142523http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3kaFRPdh3ygHave you ever wondered what we do, and how? Center Director, Dr. Carolyn Mazure, explains the mission, and activities, that have been driving WHRY since 1998.What is Women's Health Research at Yale?Have you ever wondered what we do, and how? Center Director,...(5:59)
- 1-143590http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_69k8W9oqoHear about the studies and collaborations we have funded - providing new avenues for health and medical research.What is the Impact of Pilot Studies?Hear about the studies and collaborations we have funded -...(5:48)
- 1-152545http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ma0B4Ok7ixAHear how WHRY is investing in the future by mentoring and training scientists to factor gender into their research. Emphasizing translation of their findings to benefit and improve health.Will the Next Generation Study Women's Health?Hear how WHRY is investing in the future by mentoring and...(5:01)
- 1-151925http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kRc2Lt2_fmUIs dietary protein good or bad for your bones? Dr. Karl Insogna’s research focused on answering this question and investigates the factors that put women at a greater risk for osteoporosis.Dietary Protein and Bone healthIs dietary protein good or bad for your bones? Dr. Karl...(4:21)
- 1-136380http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=audLBENhuGIDr. Marina Picciotto talks about her investigation of smoking and depression as key, inter-related health concerns for women.Are Smoking and Depression Linked?Dr. Marina Picciotto talks about her investigation of smoking...(6:16)
- 1-130224http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGtPUUBgMCYIn this video, Dr. Julie Ann Sosa explains how she and her colleagues are turning human embryonic stem cells into replacement parathyroid cells – to address the debilitating calcium imbalance that results from the loss or injury of parathyroid glands – a condition more common in women than men.Stem Cells to Cure Endocrine DisordersIn this video, Dr. Julie Ann Sosa explains how she and her...(6:02)
- 1-128957http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nF69212XyN0Our video series continues to highlight the research by our Pilot Project Program investigators. This video features the work of Dr. Sherry McKee in developing gender-sensitive smoking cessation therapies – to help women quit.It's Harder for Women to Quit SmokingOur video series continues to highlight the research by our...(6:43)
- 1-126352http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOfWA8HXwM0As part of our video series, we want to share the work of our Pilot Project Program investigators - who are researching a variety of the most relevant women's health concerns. This video, featuring a pilot study by Drs. Mark Saltzman and Alessandro Santin, explains how nanoparticles are being used against ovarian cancer.Nanoparticle Technology to Fight Ovarian CancerAs part of our video series, we want to share the work of our...(4:59)
- 1-126351http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HasG7jeOQ6sThis pilot study video highlights the work of investigator Dr. Joann Sweasy, who is developing a humanized model of breast cancer for "individualized" treatment.Using Immune System to Combat Breast CancerThis pilot study video highlights the work of investigator Dr....(5:01)
- 1-121901http://youtu.be/r0CCS5mLvEQA new video series on our center’s mission and scientific investigations on women’s health. The first video explains the importance of studying gender differences. Do Gender Differences Matter in Health Outcomes?A new video series on our...(05:38)
- 1-98495http://youtu.be/bt9ehSjumzMWomen's Health Research at Yale investigates some of the most pressing health concerns of women today. Founded to address historic gender disparities in medical research, the program supports and nurtures innovative studies on the health of women and gender-specific aspects of health. A national model, our program engages in medical investigations through our Pilot Project Program, interdisciplinary research cores and collaborative ventures, and communicates findings to the public through outreach to the community. Carolyn M. Mazure, Ph.D., Director, Women's Health Research at Yale; Professor, Psychiatry and Psychology; Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs From the Director: WHRY Overview...(00:47)
- 1-6183425a50e35b408436799903821b0bce86c.mp4rtmp://stream.technolutions.com/vodWTNH Channel 8 in New Haven “CT Style” segment about Women’s Health Research at Yale. In an interview with health and medicine correspondent Jocelyn Maminta, WHRY Director Dr. Carolyn M. Mazure, described how some of WHRY’s research projects have advanced scientific knowledge about gender differences in key areas of women’s health, including heart disease and smoking cessation.WTNH: "CT Style" WHRYWTNH Channel 8 in New Haven “CT Style” segment about Women’s...(07:31)
- 1-98490http://youtu.be/jBxGKMEbbzYWith original funding from The Patrick and Catherine Weldon Donaghue Medical Research Foundation, Women's Health Research at Yale was founded in 1998 to address historic gender differences in medical research by initiating and supporting innovative studies on women's health. Although the focus of our work is on women's health, the program generates scientific investigations that broaden the scope of knowledge on human health and operates on the belief that making a difference in women's lives will benefit every member of society.Factoring in Gender: WHRYWith original funding from...(08:59)
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