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Proceedings available for conference on sex and gene expression

The Society for Women's Health Research has published proceedings from its Second Annual Conference on Sex and Gene Expression (SAGE) held on March 8 11, 2001 at Wake Forest University. The meeting created a forum for basic and clinical scientists to share research findings that contribute to the emerging field of sex-based biology. The meeting brought together researchers from varied backgrounds, ranging from microbiology to endocrinology.

The 2001 conference featured a range of topics, including:

  • Sex differences that shape the earliest events in mammalian embryologic development.

  • The impact of gonadal hormones, both during fetal development and later in life, on cognitive functions.

  • Maternally inherited mitochondrial DNA and paternally inherited Y chromosome DNA as tools for studying human evolution and migration.

  • Mitochondrial diseases contributions from nuclear and mitochondrial genes.

  • Strategies for understanding gene-environment interactions underlying common diseases.

  • X chromosome contributions to sex differences in mammals.

To obtain a copy of the proceedings, contact Sarah Gevers, Society for Womens Health Research, at 202-496-5015.


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Contact: Sarah Gevers
sarahg@womens-health.org
202-496-5015
Society for Women's Health Research
23-Jan-2002


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