Congratulations 2020 ISSWSH Research Grant Recipients!

The ISSWSH Scholars in Women’s Sexual Health Research Grant Program offers young investigators interested in research in women's sexual health the opportunity to obtain funding from ISSWSH to support their research. Please join us in recognizing the 2020 recipients.
 
Olivia Giovannetti
Queen’s University
“Analysis of Female Urogenital Tract Microenvironment Pre-and Post LEEP and Impact on Sexual Dysfunction”
 
Bridget Freihart
University of Texas - Austin
“What is the Role of Couple-Level Sexual Satisfaction in Physiological Synchrony as Measured During 
Sexual Activity?”
 
Ethan Litman
George Washington University
“A Prospective Evaluation of Sexual Dysfunction after Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure (LEEP)”
 
Kate Wahl & Natasha Orr
University of British Columbia
“Pathway for Patient-Centered Diagnosis and Management of Endometriosis-Associated Deep Dyspareunia: A Pilot Randomized Trial”
 
Michelle Z. Lim-Watson
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
“Development of a Health-Related Quality of Life Instrument for Women with Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder”
 
Anthony Agbeve
University of Cape Coast
“Sexual and Reproductive Health Education Among Rural Families in Ghana: A Study in Adaklu, Volta Region”
 
 
 

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