Congratulations to SWAN Investigator Rebecca Thurston

Oct 28, 2016

Rebecca Thurston

Rebecca ThurstonCongratulations to SWAN Investigator Rebecca Thurston, Ph.D. who was awarded this year’s Henry Burger Prize from the International Menopause Society. The Henry Burger Prize is awarded for the most significant contribution internationally to menopause research. Dr. Thurston‘s research focuses on menopausal symptoms, most notably hot flashes, and cardiovascular health.

www.imsociety.org/news.php

An article about this and other Rebecca Thurston news was in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette this month:

www.post-gazette.com/news/health/2016/10/18/Menopause-is-time-for-early-prevention-leading-researcher-says/stories/201610110004

 

 

 

 

 

recent articles…

SWAN Featured in NIA News

SWAN Featured in NIA News

The NIA News released a health article entitled, “Four studies explore women’s brain and heart health during midlife.”

SWAN Featured in NBC News

SWAN Featured in NBC News

The NBC News released a health article entitled, “Prescription sleep pills not likely to help women in long run, study finds.”

recent articles…

SWAN Featured in NIA News

SWAN Featured in NIA News

The NIA News released a health article entitled, “Four studies explore women’s brain and heart health during midlife.”

SWAN Featured in NBC News

SWAN Featured in NBC News

The NBC News released a health article entitled, “Prescription sleep pills not likely to help women in long run, study finds.”

SWAN Featured in the Washington Post

SWAN Featured in the Washington Post

The Washington Post released a health article entitled, “Black women’s health problems during menopause haven’t been a focus of medicine.