• Jake Reske,
    Graduate Assistant
    Chandler Lab

    Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Biology
    Michigan State University

    Wednesday, October 7, 2019
    1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

    Presented via Zoom
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    Meeting ID: 976 0223 6100 +13017158592,,97602236100#
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    Wednesday, March 11, 2019
    1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

    Michigan State University
    Grand Rapids Research Center
    Room 1102
    400 Monroe Avenue NW

    Presentation is available via Zoom.

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    Meeting ID: 355 119 510
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  • Wednesday, September 9, 2020
    1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

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    Wednesday, April 24, 2019 
    12:00 – 1:00 pm 

    Michigan State University 
    Grand Rapids Research Center 
    Room 1102 

    Video Conference 
    East Lansing Campus 
    1310 Anthony Hall 

    Michael Soares, Ph.D. 

    Dr. Soares received his undergraduate degree from California State University, Chico and his doctoral degree from the University of Hawaii. He received postdoctoral training at the University of California, Santa Cruz and Baylor College of Medicine. Dr. Soares is currently a University Distinguished Professor at the University of Kansas Medical Center, with appointments in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, the Department of Pediatrics, and the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. He also serves as Director of the Institute for Reproduction and Perinatal Research at the University of Kansas and Director of the Center for Perinatal Research at the Children’s Research Institute, Children’s Mercy Kansas City. Dr. Soares’ research program focuses on regulatory processes associated with pregnancy, especially events controlling the development of the hemochorial placenta. 

  • Wednesday, September 23, 2020
    1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

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  • Bin Gu, PhD

    Postdoctoral Fellowr

    University of Toronto

    “2‐cell Based Genome Editing: From Embryonic Development to Disease Modeling”

    December 4, 2019


    Andrea L. Greiner, MD, MHA

    Clinical Associate Professor

    Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine

    Gastroschisis: Why, How and What?

    November 20, 2019


    Asgi Fazleabas, Ph.D.

    University Distinguished Professor and Associate Chair of Research

    Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Michigan State University

    “A notch up and a notch down, A tale of two function in endometriosis”

    November 13, 2019


    Michael Anglesio, PhD

    Assistant Professor

    University of British Columbia

    “Molecular data drives subtyping of ovarian carcinomas and non‐malignant precursor lesions”

    November 11, 2019


    Subechhya Neupane

    Student Aide, Chandler Lab

    Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine

    “Somatic gene editing to create mouse models of gynecologic cancer”

    November 6, 2019


    Stacey Missmer, Sc.D.


    Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Michigan State University

    “Discussion of Ongoing Population Science Aims and Opportunities”

    October 30, 2019


    Daphne W. Bell, PhD

    Senior Investigator

    National Human Genome Research Institute

    "Functional analyses of FBXW7 mutations in serous endometrial cancer”

    October 23, 2019


    Anthony Chang, PhD

    Founder/CEO, BAMF Health

    BAMF Health

    “Clinical experience of PSMA Molecular Imaging and Molecular Targeted Radiation Therapy on Prostate Cancer: Lighting the Way to True Precision Medicine”

    October 2, 2019


    Linda G. Griffith, PhD

    School of Engineering Teaching Innovation Professor of Biological and Mechanical Engineering and MacVicar Fellow at MIT, where she directs the Center for Gynepathology Research and the Human Physiome on a Chip Project. Dr.



    “Integration of Systems Biology with Tissues Engineering for Endometriosis Drug Development”

    September 30, 2019


    Raina Fichorova, MD, PhD

    Harvard Medical School Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology.



    “The vaginal microbes – how far the reach?”

    September 25, 2019


    Ayman Al-Hendy, MD PhD FRCSC FACOG CCRP

    Professor and Director, Translational Research

    UIC OB/Gyn

    University of Illinois at Chicago

    Uterine Fibroids: Where Do They Come From? How Should We Treat Them?

    September 18, 2019


    Surendra Sharma, MD, Ph D

    Professor of Pediatrics and Director

    Center of Excellence for Reproductive Health

    Women and Infants Hospital-Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, USA

    “Understanding Preeclampsia using Alzheimer’s Etiology”

    June 12, 2019


    Reshma Jagsi, MD, DPhil

    Newman Family Professor and Deputy Chair in the Department of Radiation Oncology and Director of the Center for Bioethics and Social Sciences

    Department of Radiation Oncology / Center for Bioethics and Social Sciences

    University of Michigan

    #MeToo: Harnessing Evidence to Ensure Safe and Equitable Environments in Academic Medicine

    June 5, 2019


    Hamid-Reza Kohan-Ghadr, PhD

    Assistant Professor


    Michigan State University

    “The role of Irisin in the human placenta and preeclampsia”

    May 29, 2019


    Kenneth S. Korach, PhD

    Senior Principal Investigator, Chief of Reproductive and Developmental Biology Laboratory, Chief, Receptor Biology Section


    “Physiological and Clinical effects of Estrogen Receptor Functional Domains”

    May 22 2019


    Michael Thomas, MD

    Chief of the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Director of Reproductive Medicine Research

    College of Medicine

    University of Cincinnati

    “Endocrinology of Contraception”

    May 15, 2019


    Michael Soares, PhD

    University Distinguished Professor

    University of Kansas Medical Center

    “Invasive Trophoblast Development and Placental Health”

    April 24, 2019


    Karen Racicot, PhD

    Assistant Professor

    MSU OB/Gyn

    Michigan State University

    “Viral Infections During Pregnancy”

    April 17, 2019

  • Jake Reske

    Graduate Assistant, Chandler Lab

    Wednesday, October 7, 2020

    “Chromatin mechanisms underlying SWI/SNF transcriptional regulation in the endometrium”

    Jens Schmidt, PhD

    Assistant Professor

    Wednesday, September 23, 2020

    “Nucleolar Phase Separation is a Barrier for Telomerase Assembly”

    Ripla Arora, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor

    Michigan State University

    Wednesday, September 9, 2020

    "Deconstructing Mechanisms of the Uterine Gland Branching Morphogenesis"

    RDSP Summer 2020 Seminar Series

    June 8~ Dr. Jason Knott

    June 22~ Dr. Amy Ralston

    July 20~ Dr. Ron Chandler

    August 3~ Dr. AsgiFazleabas

    August 17~ Dr. Jose Teixeira

    August 31~Dr. Peggy Petroff

    Ronald Chandler, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor

    Michigan State University

    “Chromatin regulation of the endometrium”

    March 11, 2020

    Gregory Burns, PhD

    Postdoctoral Fellow Fazleabas Lab

    MSU Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Biology

    “Identification of FOXC1 as a Transcriptional Regulator in Induced Endometriosis Lesions.”

    March 4, 2020

    Julie (Sroga) Rios, MD

    Director of fertility preservation and oncofertility services

    Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and the University of Cincinnati

    “Strategy to Identify New Markers of Myometrial Stem Cells for Understanding the Pathogenesis of the Uterine Fibroid”

    February 19, 2020

    Cristian Meghea, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor

    Michigan State University

    “Precision Home Visiting and Maternal-Infant Care and Health Outcomes”

    February 12, 2020

    Emmanuel Paul, PhD

    Research Associate - Teixeira Lab

    Michigan State University

    “Strategy to Identify New Markers of Myometrial Stem Cells for Understanding the Pathogenesis of the Uterine Fibroid”

    February 5, 2020

  • (Updated October 6th 2020)

    Title/DescriptionSponsorPIAmountStart DateEnd Date
    Familias Fuertes y Saludables (Strong and Healthy Families) Kellogg Foundation Kelly Strutz, PhD
    LeeAnne Roman, PhD
    $67,000 9/1/14 8/31/21
    Strong Beginnings (Healthy Start Initiative – Eliminating Racial/Ethnic Disparities) HRSA - Spectrum Health System Kelly Strutz, PhD
    LeeAnne Roman, PhD
    $202,765 11/1/14 3/31/24
    Family Smoking Cessation in Romania Using Pregnancy as a Window of Opportunity NIH Cristian Meghea, PhD $698,251 12/1/14 11/30/20
    The Role of PPAR in Human Placental Development and Preeclampsia NIH Sascha Drewlo, PhD $1,530,688 7/1/15 3/31/21
    Role of microRNA in the Pathophysiology of Endometriosis NIH - NICHHD Asgi Fazleabas, PhD $1,792,972 4/1/16 1/31/21
    Risk Factors for Early Pregnancy Loss NIH - NICHHD Jae Wook Jeong, PhD $1,607,347 4/10/16 3/31/21
    Reproductive and Developmental Sciences Program T32 Training Grant NIH Keith Latham, PhD
    Asgi Fazleabas, Phd
    $1,485,595 6/1/16 4/30/21
    Subfertility and Assisted Conception Study of Parent and Child Health Outcomes NIH - Dartmouth Stacey Missmer, ScD $220,988 6/23/16 3/31/21
    Molecular Mechanisms of Telomerase Catalysis and its Recruitment to Telomeres NIH Jens Schmidt, PhD $746,999 8/15/16 3/31/21
    Marriott Fund for Clinical Innovation in Endometriosis J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation Stacey Missmer, ScD $546,755 8/16/16 6/30/21
    Modulation of the Receptive Endometrium and Decidualization by Notch NIH - NICHHD Asgi Fazleabas, PhD $1,609,214 9/12/16 5/31/21
    Integrative Analysis of Genomic, Epigenomic and Phenotypic Data for DiseaseStratification of Endometriosis NIH - University of California San Francisco Stacey Missmer, ScD $235,337 9/26/16 4/30/21
    Assisted Reproduction and Child Health: Risk of Birth Defects, Mortality, and Effect on Grade School Performance NIH Barbara Luke, ScD $2,639,139 9/30/16 5/30/21
    Strong Beginnings: Pay for Success Spectrum Health - MSU Alliance Corporation Richard Leach, MD $1,000,000 7/1/17 6/30/22
    Computational Model of Autophagy-Mediated Survival in Chemoresistant Lung Cancer NIH Jeffrey MacKeigan, PhD $1,424,968 9/1/17 8/31/21
    Mobile Health Intervention for Family Smoking Cessation in Romania NIH Cristian Meghea, PhD $344,468 12/9/17 11/30/20
    Translational Research in Pelvic Pain (TRiPP) Oxford University Stacey Missmer, ScD $31,000 1/1/18 3/31/21
    Defining the role of endometrium in endometriosis-associated ovarian cancer American Cancer Society Michael Wilson, PhD $163,500 1/1/18 6/30/21
    Implementing to sustain: Determining the minimum necessary intervention to maintain a postpartum depression prevention program (ROSE) in clinics providing prenatal services to low-income women National Institute of Mental Health Jennifer Johnson, PhD $1,540,162 1/1/18 12/31/22
    Women's Outcomes Research and Knowledge (WORK) AbbVie Stacey Missmer, ScD $2,956,535 4/1/18 3/31/21
    Defining Mechanistic Targets and Circulating Biomarkers to Therapeutic Response and Resistance to Clinical ATR and Chk1 Inhibitors in High-Grade Ovarian Cancer Henry Jackson Foundation John Risinger, PhD $66,495 7/15/18 7/14/21
    WisE: The goal of the study is to identify unique classifications of endometriosis patients that inform non-invasive diagnostics, response to current treatments, and novel treatment pathways - stratifying discoveries by participant symptom presentation, and for the cases, by surgical and imaging visualized disease characteristics to capture the full heterogeneity of endometriosis. NIH Stacey Missmer, ScD 3,868,014 9/1/18 8/31/23
    Mobile Health Intervention for Family Smoking Cessation in Romania (supplement) NIH Cristian Meghea, PhD $58,946 12/1/18 11/30/20
    Mobile Health Intervention for Family Smoking Cessation in Romania (supplement) NIH Cristian Meghea, PhD $96,194 12/1/18 11/30/20
    Single molecule analysis of telomerase recruitment to telomeres Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation Jens Schmidt, PhD $100,000 1/1/19 6/30/21
    An AHEI Dietary Intervention to Reduce Pain in Women with Endometriosis National Insitute of Nursing Research Stacey Missmer, ScD $91,203 2/11/19 12/31/20
    Harnessing biomarker and phenotypic diversity among adolescents and women with endometriosis to advance personalized medicine for diagnosis and pain remediation NIH Stacey Missmer, ScD $504,027 4/1/19 3/31/21
    Infertility History and Chronic Disease Profile NIH Stacey Missmer, ScD $3,276,321 5/15/19 4/30/24
    PARP inhibition and non-BRCA DNA damage repair mutation MI Ovarian Cancer Alliance John Risinger, PhD
    Jose Teixeira, PhD
    $50,000 6/1/19 12/31/20
    The role of cholesterol metabolism in recurrent endometrial cancer Mary Kay Foundation Jae Wook Jeong, PhD $100,000 7/1/19 6/30/21
    The pathophysiology of progesterone resistance in endometriosis Society for Reproductive Investigation Tae Hoon Kim, PhD $20,000 7/1/19 6/30/21
    Development of RNAi based sFLT1-targeting therapeutics for treatment of Preeclampsia NIH - University of Massachusetts Asgerally Fazleabas, PhD $96,236 7/1/19 6/30/21
    In Vitro Fertilization Outcomes After Cancer NIH Barbara Luke, ScD $370,550 8/5/19 7/31/23
    Defining the role for descending pain modulation and reward-aversion processes towards the development of chronic pain in endometriosis US Dept of the Army - Boston Children's Hospital Stacey Missmer, ScD $75,124 8/15/19 8/14/22
    Innate Immune Mechanisms at the Maternal-Fetal Interface in Normal and Superovulatory Pregnancy NIH - Rutgers University Ripla Arora, PhD $54,509 8/21/19 7/31/24
    Patient-specific targeting of uterine fibroids NIH - NICHD Jose Teixeira, PhD $2,469,234 8/28/19 4/30/24
    The role of chromatin remodeling and cell signaling in endometriosis etiology NIH - NICHD Ronald Chandler, PhD
    Asgi Fazleabas, PhD
    $430,375 9/1/19 8/31/21
    Using affinity based proteomics to identify diagnostic and plasma biomarkers for endometriosis US Dept of the Army - Brigham and Women's Hospital Stacey Missmer, ScD $41,402 9/1/19 8/31/22
    Peer navigation for individuals with serious mental illness leaving jail   NIH Maji Debena, PhD $714,202 9/1/19 8/31/22
    Therapeutically targeting novel mechanisms for precision oncology Erasca Jeffrey MacKeigan, PhD $547,750 1/1/20 12/31/21
    Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health Community Care Initiative (AIM CCI) HRSA - Spectrum Health System Cristian Meghea, PhD $106,921 4/1/20 9/30/24
    Myometrial stem cells NIH Jose Teixeira, PhD $430,375 6/1/20 5/31/22
    Nonsteroidal treatment for endometriosis   Society for Reproductive Investigation Jae Wook Jeong, PhD $20,000 7/1/20 6/30/21
    Stem cell epigenetics in uterine fibroids NIH Jose Teixeira, PhD $464,333 7/1/20 6/30/22
    2020 Jean P. Schultz Biomedical Research Endowment Award MSU CHM Sascha Drewlo, PhD $30,000 7/1/20 6/30/21
    Effects of Non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs on Uterine 3D Structure and Pregnancy Outcomes March of Dimes Ripla Arora, PhD $150,000 7/1/20 6/30/22
    A Smartphone Intervention for Pregnancy Smoking Cessation with Peer Support NIH Cristian Meghea, PhD $380,865 8/6/20 7/31/22
    IPT for major depression following perinatal loss NIH - NICHHD Jennifer Johnson, PhD $3,358,550 8/7/20 7/31/25
    Molecular mechanisms of endometrial progesterone resistance NIH Jae Wook Jeong, PhD $2,657,839 8/15/20 4/30/25
    The role of ARID1A in endometriosis-related infertility NIH Ryan Marquardt $108,907 8/16/20 8/15/23
    Meeting women where they are: Multilevel intervention addressing racial disparities in maternal morbidity and mortality NIH Jennifer Johnson, PhD $3,944,351 9/14/20 4/30/25
    Single-molecule Analysis of the DNA Damage Response in Living Cells NIH Jens Schmidt, PhD $2,137,302 9/30/20 5/31/25
    Strong Beginnings : Care Improvement for African American and Latina Women MDHHS Lee Anne Roman, PhD $634,434 10/1/20 9/30/21
    State Opioid Relief for Use Disorders MDHHS Kelly Strutz, PhD
    Cara Poland, MD
    $810,786 10/1/20 9/30/21
  • The number of opioid-related deaths in Michigan has hit an all-time high, requiring the resources of the state’s three major research universities and one of its largest health systems to tackle the problem.

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  • Bin Gu PhD


    Bin Gu, Ph.D. received his BS degree in Bio-technology and his Ph.D. degree in Cell Biology from Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, China. He completed postdoctoral training at the Hospital for Sick Children in Canada from 2013 to 2020 in the Program of Developmental and Stem Cell Biology. He is now an Assistant Professor in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology within the College of Human Medicine.


    The focus of my research is investigating the molecular mechanisms regulating early embryo development, infertility and genetic disease. My Lab develop new genome engineering technology to generate mouse models for complex mutations to model human diseases. We study them use cutting-edge technologies, such as live imaging and in-vivo genetic engineering, to understand the mechanism and develop new treatments for human diseases.

    Areas of expertise

    • Early embryo development
    • Live imaging
    • Genome engineering
    • Mouse models of human genetic diseases

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    Cara Poland, MD, M.Ed, FACP, DFASAM was trained in internal medicine at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor, Michigan and in addiction medicine at Boston Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts. She has an interest in educating physicians and physicians-in-training to improve care for patients with substance use disorders and alcohol use disorders. Her clinical focus is working with pregnant and parenting women and their families.

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  • Cristian Meghea PhD


    Cristian Meghea, Ph.D. is an NIH-funded Associate Professor in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology at Michigan State University. His expertise is in maternal and child health, global health, health services research, health policy, and women’s health.  His research focuses on the prenatal and perinatal period as a window of opportunity to improve the long-term health of mothers and their children.  He brings quantitative skills and data analysis expertise to his field of research.


    Dr. Meghea’s research focuses on improving women’s health in low resource settings with a collaborative, community-engaged, multidisciplinary, and global approach. The broad goal of this research is to use the prenatal and perinatal period as a window of opportunity to improve the long-term health of women and their families and to reduce health disparities. Dr. Meghea accomplishes this goal by leading clinical and policy relevant health research to improve the care and health of the Medicaid population of pregnant women and by leading interventions focused on tobacco control during and around pregnancy. His research agenda was supported by over $31 million awarded by National Institutes of Health (NIH), Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), the Romanian Government, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, and other sources. He is the primary author or co-author of 51 academic articles (close to 650 citations) published in journals including JAMA Pediatrics, American Journal of Preventive Medicine, Pediatrics, American Journal of Public Health, and European Journal of Public Health.

    Dr. Meghea led a research program using quasi-experimental methods that established the Medicaid enhanced prenatal services program in Michigan (MIHP) as an evidence-based program. The analyses relied on multiple complete statewide Medicaid birth cohorts with linked data sources including birth and death records, Medicaid claims, and MIHP program data. The work showed that MIHP participation improves the healthcare utilization of mothers and infants and reduces the risk of adverse birth outcomes and infant mortality. MIHP is now one of the programs that meets the Department of Health and Human Services criteria for an evidence-based home visiting program. Current work includes the evaluation of a Michigan Healthy Start home visiting program in a Pay For Success public-private partnership, with partners including the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and Spectrum Health, one of five top large health systems in the US. Dr. Meghea is also leading the evaluation of a Michigan Healthy Start program implementing prenatal and postnatal patient safety bundles, as part of a partnership led by the National Healthy Start Association

    Dr. Meghea’s ongoing tobacco control work builds on a program of research in the US and in Romania and includes trials of a phone counseling tobacco cessation intervention, with early evidence of efficacy, and of an app-based mHealth tobacco cessation intervention (the SFT 1.0 app), both focused on pregnant couples, and co-designed with patient, clinical, governmental, non-governmental, and community partners. He uses mixed methods, including advanced research design and evaluation methods in his projects. The mHealth trial uses a factorial design to test main and interaction effects of the intervention components. A 5-year project under review with NIH will test in a hybrid effectiveness/implementation trial the SFT 2.0 tobacco cessation app which incorporates an AI algorithm (reinforcement learning) to continuously optimize the content, flow and cost-effectiveness of the intervention. Dr. Meghea is actively involved in the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco (SRNT), and currently serves as the Public Health Research Director of SRNT-University.


    National Institutes of Health (NIH), Agency for Health Care Quality (AHRQ), W.K. Kellogg Foundation)


    Curriculum Vitae

  • Top researchers speak about the latest scientific research into endometriosis - the challenges, the opportunities, and what discoveries they are hoping to make.

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  • Excerpts from our conversation with Dr. Stacey Missmer, an NIH-funded women’s health specialist at Michigan State University.

    NIHNiH: How common are painful periods in teens?

    Missmer: Moderate to severe pain during one’s period—that is, pain that impacts someone's life—is reported by about 35 to 40% of teen and adult women in the U.S. It isn't in any way rare.

  • As one of the original community campuses for Michigan State University, Michigan State University FlintMed is known for their friendly, professional, and experienced academic and clinical team of administrative staff, directors, faculty, medical centers, and other partners.

    Michigan State University FlintMed educates medical students, residents and doctors in a diverse community setting that serves a significantly large  underserved population which provides unique clinical experiences to our students. To learn more about our student programs, please click here or click here.

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    John Hebert, III, MD
    Clerkship Director, Assistant Professor
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    Community Clerkship Assistant
    (810) 600-5620

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    Director of Student Programs

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    200 E. First St.
    Flint, MI 48502
  • Michigan State University researchers, in collaboration with the Van Andel Institute, have identified a combination of two gene mutations that is linked to endometrial cancer.

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    Your time, unique characteristics & experiences

    Research studies are only possible thanks to the many people who volunteer their time and experiences as participants. If you’re interested in joining the WORK Study, click the JOIN NOW button to see if you are eligible. You can also reach out to local medical providers and universities to see if there are any other research studies that are a good match for you.

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    Your invaluable support

    Research studies also depend on financial support from organizations and individuals like you, who are dedicated to advancing science, addressing health inequities and improving medical care for all! Your support is vital to the success of the WORK study, please consider making a gift today.


    Friends & Family

    Tell your friends and family about the WORK Study and other research opportunities they may be interested in.

    Thank you for spreading the word!

    Government Representatives

    Ask your government representatives to increase funding for medical research - women’s health is important and funding for reproductive health is needed to improve diagnosis and treatment options.


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    Reinforce that severe pelvic pain is NOT normal, and discussing female reproductive health IS normal!

    Together, we can make a difference in women’s health.

  • Jae-Wook Jeogn, PhD HDAC3 study has been published on Science Translational Medicine. It reported to Science News and The Guardian.

    Science News article: This protein may help explain why some women with endometriosis are infertile

    The Guardian article: Endometriosis study 'sheds light on links to infertility' say scientists

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