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Winter 2016

Women's Health Research Newsletter
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Summer 2015

Women's Health Research Newsletter Summer 2015

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Women's Health Research Newsletter Spring 2015

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News

The Suha and George Farha PhD Scholarship

This PhD Scholarship has arisen from the generous donation from Suha and George Farha to attract talented candidates to undertake a project covering any research subject within the remit of the Institute of Women’s Health, UCL. The PhD Scholarship is open to UK/EU and International students. Please visit the Farha Scholarship section within our Education - Prospective Research Students' webpages to find out more. More...

11th IfWH Annual Conference 14 June 2016

Do you have a piece of work that you would like to present to the Institute? More...

Chief Rabbi Mirvis launches new qualification for female educators in collaboration with the Institute for Women's Health

Chief Rabbi Mirvis has launched a new qualification for women to act as advisors on Jewish Law.  This will enable Jewish women to get guidance on personal matters and related aspects of Jewish Law from other women.  The 18 month course is the first of its kind in the UK.     More...

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International Women's Day events 2016

What are the most important issues facing women in today’s world?   More...

UKCTOCS reports first mortality results

UKCTOCS investigators and research team presented their initial mortality results from the world’s largest ovarian cancer (OC) screening trial and one of the largest randomised controlled trials at a public meeting on 17th Dec 2015, held at the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecologists in London. The data results were also published simultaneously online in The Lancet More...

BMJ Talk Medicine, Prof Neil Marlow and Dr Alangady.

Professor Marlow and Dr Alangady, two of the authors of the article: The attitudes of Neonatologists towards extremely preterm infants speak to Jonathan Davis. More...

The hidden toll of being a premature baby: Modern medicine helped them defy the odds.

But as the first generation of ultra-premature babies grow up, their struggles are far from over...read more More...

New tools help advance keyhole surgery on the fetus

Scientists in UK lab working on project to enable repair of birth defects before they can do permanent damage to baby.Read more… More...

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New York Times article - Ovarian Cancer Screening Test

A new version of a screening test for ovarian cancer may reduce deaths from the disease, but it needs more study to determine whether the benefits hold up, researchers reported on Thursday. Read more… More...

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UKCTOCS Ovarian Cancer Mortality Results Meeting

Thursday 17th December 2015
10:00 - 12:30 (GMT)
Location: (By invitation only) Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Nuffield Hall.

Live Stream - http://www.ucl.ac.uk/live/ukctocs More...

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