Division of Women's Health Research

The Division of Women’s Health’s research goals are: to lead scientific and clinical discoveries that identify and explain sex- and gender-based differences in health and disease, prioritize disorders specific to women, and ultimately improve the overall health and access to care for women and men. Faculty in the Division of Women’s Health pursue a wide range of research topics dedicated to advancing knowledge of women’s health and sex differences in health and disease. To learn more about specific research programs and areas, visit our research website: Women's Health Research.

Research Areas

Research Faculty

Affiliate Faculty

  • Deborah Bartz, MD, MPH
  • Kari Braaten, MD, MPH
  • Ann Celi, MD
  • Ming Hui Chen, MD, MMSc, FACC, FASE
  • Alisa Goldberg, MD, MPH
  • Jill Goldstein, PhD
  • Tamarra James-Todd, PhD, MPH
  • Elizabeth Janiak, ScD
  • Tamara Bockow Kaplan, MD
  • Bharti Khurana, MD
  • Nomi Levy-Carrick, MD
  • Rose L. Molina, MD, MPH
  • Maria Nardell, MD
  • Jennifer Scott, MD, MBA, MPH
  • Caren Solomon, MD, MPH
  • Paula Emma Voinescu, MD, PhD

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