December 30, 2016

2016 was an eventful year, to say the least. From the U.S. Presidential Election to Brexit, the orbiting of the Juno spacecraft to the inevitable goodbye to Michelle Obama’s biceps, there has never been a dull moment in the past three hundred and sixty-five days. Women’s health has been in the spotlight too, with healthcare and reproductive rights at the forefront of many heated discussions in the United States.

This year alone, Magee-Womens Research Institute has made waves in women’s health research that will have long-lasting effects.

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Our researchers come from a variety of backgrounds and specialties. This list in no way encompasses all of our scientists’ achievements, but will hopefully give you a small sampling of what MWRI achieved this past year.

101415_1442A new year is about to begin, and we’re more hopeful than ever that our research will shake up discussion about women’s health around the world.

Make 2017 an even bigger year of accomplishments for women’s health. Donate to Magee-Womens Research Institute today.