Grants for Research in Sex Differences & Women's Health
UAB Faculty Development grants provide seed money for research, teaching and service related projects. This year, separate funds are also available to support up to 3 additional grants in the area of women's health and sex differences research using funds provided by the National Library of Medicine. Learn more about the UAB Faculty Development Grant Program at http://bit.ly/1m3Jo70. The deadline for grant submissions is April 1st.
Welcome to the Lister Hill Library guide for Women's Health Resources. We hope that this guide will be a helpful tool for you to make effective use of these resources both for improving your research and teaching activities in areas related to women's health as well as making appropriate use of these resources in your personal lives. This guide includes tabs for resources relating to women's health and research in sex and gender differences.
Please use the chat box on the right of this page if you have any questions! Thanks to Noruwa "Niki" Agho for her work in creating this guide.
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Women's Health Issues
Women's Health-Related Articles in Press Feed
The Lister Hill Library of the Health Sciences would like to acknowledge the librarians at Howard University for allowing us to use their guide to create this adaptation. This project was funded in part by the National Institutes of Health, National Library of Medicine under Contract Number: HHSN3162012000028W, ICF International, Inc.
Visit the collaboration station at Lister Hill Library made possible through support from this grant. Bring your laptop or tablet to connect and view some of the resources outlined in this guide or collaborate on other projects.
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