Scientific Community

Researchers interested in learning more about SWAN or considering collaborating with SWAN investigators can find the data access application, data collection schedule, forms and other helpful links.

  • Study Forms
    SWAN collects a wide range of information from participants. The data collection schedule and visit forms
    are available in PDF format.


  • Repository Links


  • Publications List
    This list includes all the SWAN manuscripts and book chapters that have been published or are in press.


  • Annotated Bibliography (P&P Status Report)
    This list includes all SWAN Publications and Presentations writing groups including proposed concepts, abstracts and manuscripts.


  • Published Papers
    Access copies of all of SWAN's published manuscripts.


  • Data Access Application
    Investigators currently not affiliated with one of the SWAN sites are encouraged to join us in analyzing and reporting results from the largest, most comprehensive database of the menopausal transition ever constructed.


  • Online Data Access
    SWAN encourages investigators currently not affiliated with one of the SWAN sites or coordinating center to join us in analyzing and reporting results from the largest, most comprehensive database of the menopausal transition ever constructed. If you would like to join the many other researchers who are part of the SWAN collaboration, you may register for SWAN database access here. If you have already registered and have been approved, or you are already a part of the internal SWAN research network, you may access data directly from this resource.


  • SWAN Topic List
    Topics that SWAN investigators would like to see move forward.


  • Training Modules
    Junior investigators can view lectures and presentations given by SWAN investigators.


  • SWAN Investigators
    View a list of SWAN investigators including the Study Chair, Program Officers and Principal Investigators.


  • Related Links
    Links to the SWAN Repository, SWAN Repository data warehouse, archived SWAN data and women's health and menopause-related websites.