The Consortium will be anchored at the
In addition to providing grants, the Global Consortium will provide resources in the form of infrastructure support and networking opportunities. With the
"The narrative around women's reproductive science is ripe for change," said
"While menopause and ovarian aging set off a cascade of negative health effects in women's bodies that impact bone, cognitive, cardiovascular and immune function, the field has been significantly understudied," said
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