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When it comes to health care — and the research that informs it — it's time to include everyone.

Precise, effective medicine focuses on each individual’s biology, psychology, and medical history. This means understanding our unique needs to develop more inclusive treatments.

Women’s Health Research at Yale incorporates the study of women and the influence of sex and gender in science and medicine. We bring together Yale faculty from diverse fields. We respond to health questions women face and discover sex/gender differences that benefit all. We train the next generation of researchers and clinicians committed to improving the health of women. And we collaborate in advancing health policy. Learn more about how we're shaping the future of research.

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Dr. Pamela Kunz named 2024 ASCO Fellow

Pamela Kunz, MD, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine (Medical Oncology), Director of the Center for Gastrointestinal Cancers at Smilow Cancer Hospital and Yale Cancer Center, and Chief of GI Medical Oncology, was named a Fellow of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (FASCO).

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Heart of the Matter

The most common cause of heart attack is a blocked artery, but it is not the only cause. Coronary vasospasm and microvascular disease have led to an under-diagnosis of heart disease, especially in women. A Women's Health Research at Yale study is changing that, providing greater insight into heart disease and accurate cardiac diagnoses for improved patient care.