Clinical Research

Women’s Health Research at Yale supports clinical research, conducted with human subjects. These studies develop, test and compare new interventions - as in clinical trials of new medications - as well as new technologies and therapies to better treat diseases.

Addictive

Addictive Behaviors

Gender Differences in Smoking and Smoking Cessation

Autoimmune

Autoimmune Disorders

Antiphospholipid Antibody Syndrome (APS)

Bone

Bone Health

Osteoporosis and Diet, Developing New Treatments

 

Cancer

Cancer

Breast and Ovarian Cancers

Cardiovascular

Cardiovascular

Gender Differences in Heart Attack, Cardiac Rehabilitation, and Recovery After Bypass Surgery; Depression in Women with Cardiac Risk

Health Policy

Health Policy

Women and Out-of-Network Health Services; Effectiveness of Supplementary Breast Ultrasound Screening

 

Hormones

Hormones & Menopause

“Burning Mouth Syndrome,” Menstrual Cycle and Surgical Recovery, GI Tract Bleeding, Body Fluid Regulation, Menstrual Cycle and Smoking Cessation, Pre-Menstrual Dysphoric Disorder

Infectious

Infectious Disease

Cancer Screening and HIV

Mood

Mood Disorders

Gender Differences in Brain Development, Stress Effects on the Developing Brain, Light Therapy for Depression during Pregnancy.

 

Trauma

Trauma

Domestic Violence

Obesity

Weight & Obesity

Treating Obesity in Women with Schizophrenia

Workplace

Workplace Injuries

Gender Differences in Injuries in Heavy Industry