The Center for Wellbeing of Women and Mothers, a women's-only research program at Yale's School of Medicine, has several exciting projects that might offer you valuable resources. Details about each individual program can be found under the Current Studies section of this website.
Put research to work for your health! All of the projects are FREE to you. We are focused on women, their families, and their communities. Working together, we can support your health. A little help can go a long way!
Check back soon to learn more about our current studies.
Mental health Outreach for MotherS (MOMS) Partnership® is a program that has successfully reduced depressive symptoms among over-burdened, under-resourced pregnant women, moms, and other adult female caregivers in a family. Launched in New Haven, the MOMS Partnership brings mental health within reach of women, literally meeting them where they are. Visit the MOMS Partnership website.
Women’s Health Research at Yale (WHRY) funds promising new approaches to understanding sex and gender differences. We bring together Yale faculty from different fields to answer real-world health questions and train the next generation of researchers and clinicians committed to advancing women’s health. We share our findings with the public and policymakers, so that everybody can make more informed health decisions. Visit the WHRY website