OCTOBER 18 OCT 18
2017
9:30 AM - 2:55 PM
WEDNESDAY WED

Gender Matters Symposium

Why Sex In Science Isn't Enough

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Agenda 
[lunch will be provided]
Discounted Parking at Galvez Parking Lot: Map - Instructions

The Center for Population Health Sciences (PHS) invites you to join us Wednesday October 18th for the "Gender Matters: Why Sex and Science Isn't Enough" symposium. Co-sponsored with the Stanford Center for Women and Sex Differences in Medicine (WSDM), the symposium seeks to convene experts from academia and government in what promises to be an engaging conversation at the intersection of genetics, gender and population health.

Location

Koret-Taube [SIEPR] Conference Center
366 Galvez Drive
Stanford, CA 94305
USA

Speakers

Janine Clayton, The National Institutes of Health
The Power, Potential, and Promise of Considering Sex as a Biological Variable (SABV)
Huntington F. Willard, University of Chicago
Sex Differences in Biology and Medicine: A View from the X Chromosome
Marcia Stefanick, Stanford University
Why Sex & Gender Matter in Precision Health
Mark Cullen, Stanford University
Sex Differences in Mortality: Why Gender Matters
Londa Schiebinger, Stanford University
Gender Variables in Health Research
Gary Darmstadt, Stanford University
Role of Gender Norms in Developing Countries