Wired Italia Festival – Milano

Our Women’s Quota Campaign was launched at the Wired Italia Festival on 14 June 2024. Because women do not deserve to be the majority of those living with alzheimers, depression, migraine, multiple sclerosis and many more neurological conditions. Because women do not deserve to be the majority of those who give care. Support Women’s Brain […]

Newsletter June 2024

Welcome to our summer edition! We had a great start in the new year and our activities are running at a fantastic tempo! In this edition, we’re pleased to share the latest scientific publications, our past and upcoming events, awards but most importantly our newly established Foundation and the awareness and fundraising campaign aimed at […]

Empowering Women Award 2024

Porsche & Ladies Drive Award the 3rd Empowering Women Award Dr. Antonella Santuccione Chadha is the winner of the 3rd Empowering Women Award in 2024, which was presented during the 9th edition of the League of Leading Ladies Conference in Bad Ragaz. Bad Ragaz, May 28, 2024 In 2014, when Sandra Stella-Triebl, entrepreneur, publisher, and […]

Our awareness campaign launch

Our global “Women’s Quota Campaign” was launched on 23rd May 2024 in the heart of Zurich, Switzerland. The campaign highlights to the public that a larger proportion of individuals diagnosed with neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis, depression, anxiety, and migraines are women. The goal of this campaign is not only to raise awareness on women’s unmet […]

Brain Health – Episode 4 (WEF 2024)

Dr Antonella Santuccione Chadha and Shannon Cohn, share their expertise and personal stories to shed light on the disparities in healthcare, particularly in the context of Alzheimer’s disease and another disease that affects over 200,000,000 girls and women: endometriosis.  This episode was hosted by Richard Lui, an author, filmmaker and anchor for NBC and MSNBC. The podcast […]

Parkinson’s Disease – Episode 11 (michaeljfox.org)

Dr Antonella Santuccione Chadha talks with Dr Marie McNeely about our policy and patients’ roundtable outcomes and the importance of considering sex and gender factors in Parkinson’s disease research, policy, and healthcare.   Listen Now