Medicine

Interview of the Month: WiN – Women in Nuclear France (01/2017)

Every month, for you, EPWS presents the characteristics and activities of one Member Association. Read all the previous Interviews with our Members here   Our member for January 2017 is the French association WiN (Women in Nuclear) - France     For WiN-France Dominique Mouillot, president of WiNFrance has accepted to answer our questions. Contact this associat...
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Fritz-Thyssen-Stiftung Grants in Medicine and Life Sciences

  The Fritz Thyssen Foundation has been a reliable partner for researchers working in the humanities, social science and medicine since 1961, the year it began its active work. Originally funded with a stock package of August Thyssen-Hütte AG valued at DM 100 million, it has contributed more than EUR 400 million to scholarly research at universities and non-profit research centres over t...
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Gender Equality Officer position (Switzerland)

  The Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) is the largest Swiss institution supporting scientific research. On behalf of the federal government it supports all disciplines, from philosophy to biology, nanoscience to medicine. To ensure equal opportunities in research support, we are looking for an Gender equality officer Research support 80-100%   Starting: 1 Septembe...
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Professor in Radiopharmaceutical Chemistry – University of Basel

The Faculty of Medicine of the University of Basel invites applications for the position of a Professor in Radiopharmaceutical Chemistry (open rank) This professorship is embedded in the Department of Radiology at the University Hospital of Basel (https://radiologie.unibas.ch/nc/home/). Applicants have a PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences or Chemistry, and extensive experience in the development of...
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Mapping the Portuguese Women in Science

  The Portuguese Women in Science Map is a project from the Portuguese Association of Women in Science (AMONET). The interactive map contains information about portuguese women that made a significant contribution to the advance of a specific field of research and/or science in general. The digital map in divided in 11 main scientific areas: Architecture, Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, G...
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Engaging Men in Gender Initiatives: What Change Agents Need to Know

Engaging Men in Gender Initiatives offers evidence-based advice about the most effective ways to partner with men in ending gender inequalities at work.The report provides critical information about the cultural forces that can undermine organizational efforts to fully engage men as champions of gender initiatives. The study also reveals important insights about the experiences and belief systems ...
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5th International Congress on Gender Medicine

"Gender-based medicine is probably one of the most important universal changes affecting medicine today and deals with the physiological and pathophysiological differences in bodily functions between men and women.It is a truly interdisciplinary endeavor which combines academic and clinical efforts for the benefit of women and men alike.The Congress will provide a platform for participants from ar...
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International Society of Gender Medicine : 4th Congress

Berlin, Nov 6-8, 2009"We will discuss relevant issues in gender research from a broad spectrum of medical fields, in basic and clinical research, and health care, prevention, and medical education. The congress aims to promote gender research and to network gender researchers all over the world. It is supported by the International Society of Gender Medicine, its national member societies, the Org...
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