EGA Institute for Women's Health



Looking back at the Fetal Growth Restriction collaboration meeting in May 2017

UCL, the EGA Institute for Women's Health and Paris Descartes University have organized the first joint seminar on Fetal Growth Restriction. This meeting initiates exchanges and collaborations between scientists and practitioners of the two institutions.
The seminar, that was held on 5 May 2017 at the Résidence de France, has gathered more than 50 participants issued from each Faculty, as well as other researchers from other health domains (INSERM, APHP).

Published: Dec 1, 2017 11:49:59 PM

Low Birth-Weight in Newham project shortlisted for the Health Service Journal’s CCG of the Year award

A project undertaken in collaboration with the EGA Institute for Women’s Health, UCL and Institute for Health and Human Development, UEL focussing on tackling low birth-weight in the London Borough of Newham has contributed to the NHS Newham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to being shortlisted for the prestigious Health Service Journal’s (HSJ) CCG of the Year award.

Published: Sep 18, 2017 9:09:21 AM

IfWH at Athena SWAN Awards Ceremony, July 2017

Judith Stephenson, John Timms, Suzy Buckley and Kristina Clackson Bonnington (IfWH artist-in-residence) spent a wonderful day receiving the IfWH’s Gold Athena SWAN award, along with over 100 Silver and Bronze award winners, at a ceremony hosted by Imperial College on July19th.  

Published: Sep 12, 2017 9:34:55 AM

Melissa Whitten, an award-winning doctor

Dr Melissa Whitten, our undergraduate studies lead and a consultant obstetrician at UCLH has won the patient-nominated Living the Values UCLH Celebrating Excellence Awards. Her patients described her as “one of the best I’ve ever encountered”, another patient said Melissa had been “outstanding”. Not to mention praises from the singer Paloma Faith for the care she gave her when she had her first child. Big congratulations to Melissa.

Published: Aug 17, 2017 8:38:01 AM

EGA IfWH Seminars and Events

1967: A Sexual Revolution?

1967 marks the 50th anniversary of two milestone events in the annals of British history for gay men and for women.

Published: May 30, 2017 10:04:02 AM