Mann als Standard, Frau als Beigemüse: Die Gendermedizin–Forschung soll Gleichheit schaffen. Dank Wissenschaftlerinnen wie Dr. Antonella Santuccione Chadha. Lesen Sie den ganzen Artikel hier.
Die Erkenntnis «Alzheimer ist weiblich» bewog die Neurowissenschaftlerin und Ärztin Antonella Santuccione dazu, das Women’s Brain Project zu gründen. Denn die aktuelle Medizin ist auf Männer ausgerichtet – mit potenziell tödlichen Folgen. Lesen Sie den ganzen Artikel hier.
With women twice as likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease, why are the medical and scientific communities not doing more to find out why? Annette Young talks to Dr Antonella Santuccione Chadha, the CEO of the Women’s Brain Project. Full interview here.
The Brookings Institution: Brain health-directed policymaking: A new concept to strengthen democracy
The Women’s Brain Project is proud and grateful to have contributed to the Brain health-directed policymaking: A new concept to strengthen democracy. We outline emerging policy innovations directed at building “pro-democratic brain health” across individual, communal, national, and international levels. While extensive research is warranted to further validate these approaches, brain health-directed policymaking harbors potential […]
The Women’s Brain Project is proud to have contributed to the following Economist Impact research report. Select this link for the full report.
The Economist: Science needs to move beyond luck if it is to design better drugs for the brain (Paywall)
Antonella Santuccione Chadha, head of the Women’s Brain Project, had spent eight years working on the drug. She describes the result as “one of the most painful experiences”. Despite all the years of toil, patients still have no disease-modifying treatment to turn to. Learn more in the article from The Economist.
The Tony Blair Institute for Global Change: Why We Must Develop Digital-Health Tools With Women in Mind
The Women’s Brain Project, in collaboration with the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, and the Stanford Health Innovation Lab contributed to an explainer article entitled, Why We Must Develop Digital-Health Tools With Women in Mind. We are extremely proud to have contributed to this piece of research with the Tony Blair Institute for Global […]
Women’s Brain Project and Altoida Announce Results Highlighting Sex-Based Differences Using Predictive Digital Biomarker in Alzheimer’s Disease
The Women’s Brain Project, an international non-profit organization studying gender and sex determinants to brain and mental health and Altoida, a precision neurology company pioneering non-invasive brain health diagnostics using AI and augmented reality (AR), today announced results from a study showing sex-based differences using digital biomarker data collected from Altoida’s digital cognitive assessment platform. […]