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Dr Becca, PhD 🐘 Aug 13
Replying to @doc_becca
This kind of comment is exactly why I wrote this: . Reviewers, call out your fellow study section members when they exhibit explicit bias in reviewing proposals that include female subjects. Help succeed.
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Dr Becca, PhD 🐘 23h
Neuroscientists, please take this poll for something I’m writing. Be honest, it’s anonymous! If your lab received NIH funding in the last 3 years, how are you addressing ? Please RT, thanks!
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Dr Becca, PhD 🐘 Sep 30
Glad to see spelling out expectations explicitly: "If no known sex differences have been established, it is reasonable to use mixed groups of males and females without powering specifically to test for sex differences.”
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Kristen Delevich 18 Feb 19
Our Dispatch, "Sex Hormones at Work in the Neocortex" highlighting Clemens et al. is live! OA link:
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Beth Lucas Aug 13
My postdoc is leaving, which makes me feel sad. But YOU could be my postdoc, wouldn't that be rad? Recruiting a postdoc! Please RT! DM me for details.
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Millie Rincón Cortés Nov 1
Hi everybody :) Final PDF of my postpartum paper is now available online! tl;dr: Parturition (giving birth) induces time-dependent changes in a subset of affect-related behaviors (i.e. social, coping) and DA function.
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FDAWomen Jun 24
Heart disease is the #1 cause of death in women. Learn how the FDA is funding research to provide insight into sex differences in the diagnosis and treatment of heart disease:
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Millie Rincón Cortés Dec 13
Final PDF of my review is freely available online until 1/31/2020! Alterations of reward-related behaviors and mesolimbic dopamine system in animal models of chronic stress, AD effects of ketamine and effects on DA, AND prophylactic effects.
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Eldin Jašarević Mar 16
Really nice new study in using mouse model that combines prenatal inflammation with postnatal stress, showing multi-hit on gut microbiota, mPFC transcriptome, & behavior are sex-specific; highlighting need for in microbiome studies:
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Dani Dumitriu, MD, PhD Oct 19
Heard on the poster floor at : Older white male to young female trainee poster presenter: “Your favorite sex is nasty” (in regards to female mouse behavior) Does that count as harassment?? If so- please RT
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Rebecca Nebel 12 Dec 18
New study on implementation of finds 61% of respondents (grant reviewers) felt SABV was consistently weighed into an applicant's grant. About a 10% increase from the year before (55%), but more is needed.
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Nature Neuroscience Dec 23
expression differs in males and females, and loss of miRNAs leads to sex-specific changes in the microglial transcriptome and tau pathology
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Women's Brain Proj. Sep 14
Policies requiring inclusion of sex as a biological variable in research are meant to correct imbalances as women were historically excluded. But Dr. Liisa Galea explains how policies may be unintentionally hindering research.
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Conall Mac Cionnaith Jan 30
We've spent far too much time researching only one sex. We want biomed research to include males AND females. That's why the is holding a symposium, for Montreal based researchers. Great speakers joining us! Sign up:
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Karyn Frick May 5
OSSD President Sabra Klein welcoming participants to the 2019 meeting.
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Frick Neuro Lab 21 Jan 19
New paper first-authored by is online now: Activation of androgen receptors protects intact male mice from memory impairments caused by aromatase inhibition
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In Males Nov 18
Sex not disclosed. In males? Keto Diet Protects Mice from Flu | The Scientist Magazine®
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Dr. Jennifer Honeycutt 🏳️‍🌈🧠👩🏼‍🔬 Jul 4
*sex ...rodents do not express a full range of gender identities like humans do. 💫
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Robison Lab at MSU Nov 2
Thanks to for this great coverage of recent work from and Liz Willams in my lab studying sex differences in the brain! Supported by !
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NIH Women's Health Oct 14
Considering sex in research makes for better science.
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