2014 IGH News

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June

May

  • Man-Up Against Suicide Photo Exhibition launches in Vancouver. Watch the video.
  • US National Institutes of Health (NIH) unveils policies to balance sex in cell and animal studies. Read more
  • Congratulations to transgender health researchers Ayden Scheim (Western University) and Jake Pyne (McMaster University), two of 14 new Trudeau Scholars. Learn more.
  • National Consensus Statement on Women, Trans people and Girls and HIV Research is released at the 2014 Canadian Association for HIV Research annual conference. Learn more.

April

  • Gender-Based Analysis is Essential to Improving Women's Health and Health Care. Read the new commentary by IGH Assistant Director Dr. Zena Sharman.
  • Congratulations to successful teams from the Letter of Intent phase of the Team Grant: Advancing Research to Improve Boys' and Men's Health Research funding opportunity. Learn more.
  • Funding opportunity launch: Awards for trainees. Learn more.

March

  • Job opportunity: Scientific Director, IGH
  • How can workplaces support victims of intimate partner violence? Learn more about the state of the evidence in this research brief by the PreVAiL Research Network.
  • Study by Dr. Anne Rhodes finds that, after years of improving, rates of youth suicide-related behaviours stopped declining. Learn more.
  • Message from the Scientific Director.

February

January