SPARK Europe Webinar Series | Gertraud (Turu) Stadler (Charité): “Sex and Gender in Medicine”
Führen Sie klinische Studien durch oder sammeln Sie gesundheitsbezogene Daten? Im Online Seminar spricht Stadler zu Merkmalen von Sex und Gender in der medizinischen Forschung.
Gender medicine is gaining increasing importance: The research community, funding organizations, and the general public have become more aware of the considerable data gaps regarding sex/gender and diversity and that better study designs and research tools have become available. However, the question remains: How can we overcome these biased practices, and how can they lead to more diversified innovations?
In this SPARK Europe WebinarSeries, Prof. Dr. Gertraud (Turu) Stadler, professor for gender sensitive prevention research and director of the Institute Gender in Medicine at Charité Berlin will present the hallmarks of sex and gender in medical research. Professor Stadler's research lies at the intersection of psychology and public health: She has recently developed a Diversity Minimal Item Set, which enables comparative diversity assessments and can be implemented in a wide range of clinical studies.
After this talk, you will know about:
- What is the gender data gap?
- Why is gender medicine relevant for translational projects?
- How can I incorporate gender and diversity-sensitive assessment into my research practices?
- How can awareness of sex/gender differences improve health care?
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SPARK Europe Webinar Series
The webinar series is organized by the different SPARK sites all over Europe including Israel: SPARK-BIH, SPARK Finland, SPARK FLI, SPARK Norway, SPARK Denmark, SPARK Poland and SPARK Tel Aviv.
The series covers topics from design thinking to challenges in selling complex high-tech products from top-quality speakers around Europe and the US.
The online lectures take place once per month on Wednesday at 4-5 pm CET, and are open for all students and employees of SPARK associated organizations.
About SPARK-BIH and SPARK Europe
SPARK is an initiative created at Stanford University, to overcome challenges associated with translation of academic discoveries.
SPARK-BIH is located in Berlin and supports academic inventors with tailored education, mentorship and funding. The purpose of the program is to de-risk projects with high potential impact and accelerate the translation of academic inventions into outstanding medical products including drugs, diagnostics and medical devices.
SPARK Europe is the joint network of SPARK sites all over Europe plus Israel: SPARK-BIH, SPARK Finland, SPARK FLI, SPARK Norway, SPARK Denmark, SPARK Poland and SPARK Tel Aviv. It aims to fulfill SPARK’s mission of improving human health by uniting academics and industry experts around the globe to generate an efficient, effective and exciting pathway for the translation of academic discoveries and innovative solutions through education and project support.
Who and what?
Prof. Dr. Gertraud (Turu) Stadler
"Sex and Gender in Medical Research"
Wednesday, July 5, 2023
4:00 - 5:00 pm (CET)
via MS Teams
Please note that you will receive the MS-Teams link and access code the evening before the lecture and that access to last minute registrations, cannot be guaranteed.
Please register here.
Registration to the webinar is required in advance. Please register no later than July 3, 2023. Please note that you will receive the MS-Teams link and access code the evening before the lecture and that access to last minute registrations, cannot be guaranteed.