Jan 24: Why do more women have Alzheimer’s disease?
Sex & gender in dementia
Centre for Research in Human Development’s (CRDH) annual conference. Concordia University. Montréal, CA. Jan 23 – 24.
Nov 14: From body to brain: Situated Neuroscience
Faculty of Health and Society Centre for Sexology and Sexuality Studies, Malmö University, Malmö, SE, Nov 14.
Oct 6: Integrating sex and gender in dementia research: Probing the possibilities
Canadian Consortium Annual Partner’s and Science Meeting, Québec City, CA. Oct 5 – 6.
Oct 3: Science is better with sex and gender
Diversity in Research Design, presented by the Division of the Vice-President, Research and Innovation, University of Toronto, CA.
Aug 16: The Effects of E2 replacement on memory and brain aging in
middle-aged women with BSO: The quandary of women with the BRCA1/2 mutations
Cognitive Effects of Hormone Replacement Therapy Workshop, National Institute on Aging, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD. Aug 15 – 16.
June 11: Situated Neuroscience: Exploring biologies of diversity
Critical Neuroscience Workshop, McGill University, Montreal, June 10 – 14.
May 27: Why do more women have Alzheimer’s disease? Sex &
gender in dementia
Tsinghua – University of Toronto Joint Forum on Aging Well. Tsinghua University, Beijing, University of Toronto Delegation to China. May 28-31.
May 26: Why do more women have Alzheimer’s disease? Sex & gender in dementia
Fudan University, Shanghai, University of Toronto Delegation to China. May 28 – 31.
Apr 29: Why do more women than men have Alzheimer’s disease?
Sex differences in the brain
Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds. Educational event, Women’s Brain Health Initiative. Globe and Mail Centre. Toronto, Apr 29.
Apr 26: Situated Neuroscience: Thinking
through feminist approaches to empirical research Linköping University, P6 Seminar, Tema Technik, Linköping, Sweden
Apr 16: Feminist Neuro Science
Stockholm University, Department of Child and Youth Studies, Neuroscience and Education Network, Stockholm, Sweden
Apr 10: Situated Neuroscience: Bringing together sex and gender
Karlstad University, Department of Gender Studies, Karlstad, Sweden
Mar 25: Women’s brain health: Sex, gender, and estrogens over a lifetime
Rotman Research Rounds, Baycrest Hospital, Toronto
Mar 25: Sex, Gender, and Women’s Brain Health
Rehabilitation Sciences Institute Speakers Series, International Women’s Day Celebration, Toronto
Mar 18: Why do more women have Alzheimer’s disease? Sex and gender in dementia prevention
Keynote: Annual Rotman Research Conference, Toronto
Nov 27: Situated Neuroscience: Bringing together sex and gender
Karlstad University, Department of Gender Studies, Karlstad, Sweden
Oct 25: Sex Differences in the Brain: Estrogens, Memory, & Alzheimer’s Disease
Linköping University, Department of Biology, Linköping, Sweden
Oct 19: Bridging Science, Policy and Practice
Health Canada Sex and Gender Symposium Health Talks Panel Discussion: Emerging Issues in Sex, Gender and Health
Oct 10: Sex Differences in the Brain: Estrogens, Memory, & Alzheimer’s Disease
Guelph University, Department of Psychology, Guelph, ON
Aug 16: Estrogen & the Brain: What is known about its role in healthy aging?
Ontario Brain Institute Lecture for Exhibit, Brain: The Inside
May 24: The World Writes on the Body: Does the experience of
gender contribute to sex differences?
The World Writes on the Body: How the Environment Impacts the Phenotype Florence (Italy), May 24 – 25
Apr 30: Women’s cognitive health and well-being after preventive removal of the ovaries due to genetic cancer risk (BRCA1 and 2)
NETKU, Cancer Treatment Network Abroad, The Cancer Control, Copenhagen, Denmark
Apr 6: Sex Differences in the Brain: Estrogens, Memory, & Alzheimer’s Disease
The GW Institute for Neuroscience, George Washington University, Washington, DC
Apr 4: Sex Differences in the Brain: Estrogens, Memory, & Alzheimer’s Disease
Centre for Neuroscience Studies, Queens University, Kingston, ON
Mar 21: The world writes on the body: A feminist perspective on immigrant women’s health
May Cohen Lecture in Women’s Health. McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
Dec 12: Sex, Gender, & the Brain
1st International Forum on Women’s Brain & Mental Health. Rolex Learning Centre, Lausanne, Switzerland.
Nov 16: The world writes on the body:
The Influence of Gender on Biology
Program in Women, Gender, & Sexuality & the Mahindra Humanities Center. Harvard University. Cambridge, MA.
Oct 19: Estrogen & the Brain
What is known about its role in Healthy Aging?
Cutting Edge Lecture Series. Toronto Public Library, Yorkville Branch.
Sep 28: Close encounters of the 1st & 3rd kind: Comparative perspectives on bodily states
Festschrift for Professor Owen Flanagan. The natural method: Ethics, mind, and self. Duke University, Durham, NC
June 9: Beyond the Binary: How the Biological and the Social Create Diversity
Sexposium: The Science of Love and Sex. Toronto, ON.
May 15: Sex and Species Differences: Thoughts from the Trenches
Annual Meeting, Organization for the Study of Sex Differences. Montreal, Quebec.
Mar 23: Sex Differences: A brief history
BIRCWH Scholars Seminar, Connor Center for Women’s Health, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Harvard University, Boston, MA
Apr 27: Health from a Gender Perspective.
Hälsa ur ett flervetenskapligt perspektiv/Health from an interdisciplinary science perspective. Karlstad University, Karlstad, Sweden
Mar 29: Integrating Sex & Gender in Health Research
TRIGGER (Transforming Institution by Gendering Contents and Gaining Equality in Research), Paris Diderot University, Paris, France
Jan 19: Ovarian Hormones, Mood, and Memory
Social Neuroendocrinology Pre-conference workshop, Society for Personality and Social
Nov 24: Research in Cognitive Neuroscience and Women’s Health
Medical Sciences Student Union. University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
Oct 13: Sex & the Brain: The connection between the world, reproductive system and the brain
The Lawrence & Nancy Golden Memorial Lectureship in Mind-Body Medicine University of Buffalo. Buffalo, NY, United States
Sep 9: Sex Differences in the Brain
The role of ovarian steroids
Retreat for Strategic Research Area Systems Neurobiology, Linköping University, Eskilstuna, Sweden
July 24: Cellular Sex Differences in the Brain and Implications for Alzheimer’s Disease
Alzheimer’s Association International Conference. July 23-28.
Session S1-01: Gender and Alzheimer’s Disease, Toronto, ON.
Mar 8: Why XX Makes a Difference in Brain Science: Women, Mice, and Men
Ontario Brain Institute, Public Talk for International Women’s Day, Women Making a Difference in Brain Science. Toronto, ON
Feb 9: What Do We Know about Sex Differences in Chronic Pain: The Role of Ovarian Hormones
University of Toronto, Centre for the Study of Pain, Annual Scientific Meeting, Toronto, ON
Feb 4-6: Beyond the Binary: The Corporeal Lives of Trans Individuals
University of Frankfurt, Transsexuality: Exploring a Challenge for Society at the Intersection of Theology and Neuroscience, Frankfurt, Germany
Feb 3: Internationalization of Gender in Sweden: A Linköping University Project in Gender & Medicine in collaboration with the University of Toronto
Swedish Legislature, Gender Discussion, Stockholm, Sweden
Dec 16: Understanding Whole Body Effects Of Breast & Ovarian Cancer Prophylaxis
Centre for Gender Medicine, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden
Nov 4: Estrogens—The Greatest Story Never Told: How Ovarian Hormones Affect Somatosensation, Pain, Mood, & Memory
Ebbinghaus Empire, Psychology Department, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
Oct 18-19: Building Capacity: A Canadian View on Educating the Next Generation to include Sex & Gender in Research
Mayo Clinic, Sex & Gender Medical Education Summit, Rochester, MN
Oct 16: Do Ovarian Hormones Affect Somatosensation, Pain, Mood, & Memory?
(GRAND ROUNDS), Mayo Clinic, Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCaTS), Rochester, MN
Sept 20-21: Do Ovarian Hormones Affect Somatosensation, Pain, & Mood?
(KEYNOTE) International Congress of Gender Medicine, Berlin, Germany
Apr 21: Considering Gender in Pre-Clinical Models, Workshop on Incorporating Sex and Gender in to Your Research
OSSD Annual Meeting, Palo Alto, CA
Mar 7: Does Female Genital Cutting Affect the Nervous System?
Contestations around FGM: Activism and the Academy Workshop, Oxford University, Oxford, England