We work with groups of women, men and gender-diverse individuals to explore how their brains and behaviour react and respond when they experience sex-specific health conditions, medical treatments or social practices.
Learn more about neuroscience, cognition, gender and health in a collection of videos featuring Dr. Gillian Einstein.
It’s out! 🍾 “Perceived Organizational Support and Emotional Labour among Police Communicators: What can Organizational Context tells us about Posttraumatic Stress? https://rdcu.be/ckAKJ in International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health https://twitter.com/ep_qc/status/1387244634179440641
Congrats to Dr. @ArijaBirze and team for a newly accepted paper. "Perceived Organizational Support and Emotional Labour among Police Communicators: What can Organizational Context tell us about Posttraumatic Stress?" will be published soon ...
Please check out @PerovicMateja's first, first author pub!
This study by @PerovicMateja et al. revealed that #chronicpain in women with female genital cutting is multifaceted, expressed differently depending on the assessment method, and underestimated by standard #pain questionnaires. https://bit.ly/3dwzxXL #PAINJournal
Yay! Congrats Mateja!
I am a Bad twitter user and completely missed this announcement of my first first-author publication with @DaniJacobson! So excited to see this work officially published in Pain!!🎉 https://twitter.com/PAINthejournal/status/1385207015534911497
Read an in-depth profile of Dr. Gillian Einstein and her research from the Toronto Star as well as other features of the lab
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