SWHR Interdisciplinary Networks
Please note that membership in the Networks is by invitation only. We do not consider
SWHR is committed to building research capacity to study the biology of sex differences. Scientific inquiry into sex differences at the system, organ, tissue, cellular, sub-cellular, and genetic levels has the potential to revolutionize the way in which we understand health and disease for both men and women.
Understanding the impact of sex differences on health requires contributions from various disciplines in basic and clinical research. Since 2002, SWHR has supported five interdisciplinary Networks in biomedical sciences to promote collaboration among scientists in areas of sex differences and women’s health. Four of the SWHR Networks are specific to sex differences and are referred to as Interdisciplinary Studies In Sex Differences (ISIS) Networks. Our newly launched fifth Network "The SWHR-Susan G. Komen" Network is specific to women’s health.
The five SWHR Interdisciplinary Networks are: