WHRY offers students and junior faculty “hands-on” opportunities to work with experts in women’s health research and practice.
These programs prepare the next generation to investigate new and timely research and clinical care questions. And trainees learn the latest approaches to the science of women’s health.
Investing in thought leaders through all career stages
WHRY tailors training to the interests and experience of promising researchers and clinicians. They range from inquisitive undergraduate and skilled graduate students to rising junior faculty.
The center’s goal is to provide an immersive experience, a “scientific home.” This serves as a supportive link to students’ coursework and efforts in other research and academic settings. Opportunities include mentored clinical and laboratory research and direct exposure to clinical activities. Students can also learn how to develop communications strategies for sharing science to benefit the public.
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