The Women's Health Seminar Series is an annual series consisting of monthly seminars providing in-depth learning on a broad range of women's health and health equity topics. The seminars encourage students to recognize and explore how various aspects of identity intersect with medicine and healthcare. Interactive formats are emphasized, giving students opportunities to engage with each other and the seminar speakers. Panel discussions are used to showcase multidisciplinary, multi-professional healthcare teams. By inviting speakers from multiple areas of medicine, opportunities abound for students to connect with possible mentors and expand their medical education.
The seminars are given in-person at the Queen Lane Campus or virtually. Speakers are drawn from all areas of the health care field, thus representing a cross-section of the College of Medicine community. In addition, speakers are invited from local community resources to provide students an understanding of their role as future physicians in the broader context of their future communities.
Students who attend the seminar series during their MS1 year may be eligible for elective credit on their transcript.
Attendance at the seminar series during the MS1 year is also a requirement for our Scholar Program.
Seminar start time 5:30 pm, and usually run for 1 hour
RSVP is encouraged
Questions? Please email Becky Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women's Health / Sex and Gender Medicine
Seminar Series - AY 2021-22
Caring for Aging Patients
August 26, 2021
Speakers: Rim Saab (MS2) and Dr. Elizabeth Collins
Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Panel
September 23, 2021
Speakers: Dr. Jackie Gutmann, Dr. Karen Berkowitz and Dr. Martin Freedman
October 7, 2021
Speaker: Hina Sheth
November 18, 2021
Speaker: Hina Sheth
December 2, 2021
Speaker: Melissa Draganac-Hawk
January 20, 2022
Speaker: Dr. Barabara Schindler
February 24, 2022
Speaker: Dr. Leah Schinasi
March 17, 2022
Speaker: Amber Goltz
April 21, 2022
Speaker: Dr. Tran Huynh
May 5, 2022
Speaker: Dr. Ted Corbin
Back to Top