Sex, Gender, and Women’s Health Across the Lifespan Virtual Symposium | May 12, 2021

Assessing Sex Differences in Patients With Stroke or Transient Ischemic Attack When Treated With Dual Antiplatelet Therapy

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Title: Assessing Sex Differences in Patients With Stroke or Transient Ischemic Attack When Treated With Dual Antiplatelet Therapy
Presenter: Presley Whetman
Contributors: Logan Kelly, PharmD
Date: 5/12/21
Brief Description: Investigating sex differences in stroke patients or transient ischemic attack patients when treated with dual antiplatelet therapy
Keywords/Main Subjects: Sex differences, TIA, transient ischemic attack, stroke, dual antiplatelet therapy
Copyright: copyright Presley Whetman and Logan Kelly ©2021
Contact: Presley.Whetman@pharm.utah.ed

The Health of Older Refugees Resettling in Utah: Prevalence of Physical & Mental Health Conditions

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Title: The Health of Older Refugees Resettling in Utah: Prevalence of Physical & Mental Health Conditions
Presenter: Lisa H. Gren, PhD
Contributors: L. Scott Benson, MD, PhD and Caren J. Frost, PhD
Date: 5/12/21
Brief Description: Discussing the prevalence of physical and mental health conditions in older refugees resettling in Utah
Keywords/Main Subjects: Mental health, physical health, refugee health, refugee resettlement
Copyright: copyright Lisa H. Gren et. al. ©2021
Contact: Lisa.Gren@hsc.utah.edu

Utilizing The “Circle of Health” To Examine And Promote Women’s Health: A Descriptive Analysis Of A Novel Holistic Health Tool

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Title: Utilizing The “Circle of Health” To Examine And Promote Women’s Health: A Descriptive Analysis Of A Novel Holistic Health Tool
Presenter: Katelyn D. O’Farrell, MS
Contributors: Kwynn M. Gonzalez-Pons, MPH; Lisa H. Gren, PhD; Caren J. Frost, PhD
Date: 5/12/21
Brief Description: Exploring the finding of the Circle of Health tool
Keywords/Main Subjects: Circle of Health, women’s health, holistic health, health tools
Copyright: copyright Katelyn D. O’Farrell et. al. ©2021
Contact: Kate.Ofarrell@hsc.utah.edu

Identifying Sex as a Biologic Variable in Tamoxifen-Inducible Cre-LoxP Knockout Mice

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Title: Identifying Sex as a Biologic Variable in Tamoxifen-Inducible Cre-LoxP Knockout Mice
Presenter: Aniket Ramshekar, John A. Moran Eye Center
Contributors: Mary Elizabeth Hartnett, MD  (John A. Moran Eye Center)
Faculty Sponsor: Mary Elizabeth Hartnett, MD  (John A. Moran Eye Center)
Date: 5/12/21
Brief Description: Study identifying sex as a biologic variable in Tamoxifen-inducible Cre-LoxP knockout mice
Keywords/Main Subjects: Tamoxifen, Cre-LoxP, mouse model
Copyright: copyright Aniket Ramshekar et. al. ©2021
Contact: aniket.ramshekar@hsc.utah.edu

Sex-Based Animal Model Studies Identifying Effective Therapeutics for Treatment-Resistant Depression at Altitude

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Title: Sex-Based Animal Model Studies Identifying Effective Therapeutics for Treatment-Resistant Depression at Altitude
Presenter: Rob Ettaro, MS
Contributors: Shami Kanekar, PhD (University of Utah); M.D. Hoffman (University of Utah); P.F. Renshaw (University of Utah)
Faculty Sponsor: Shami Kanekar, PhD (University of Utah)
Date: 5/12/21
Brief Description: Discussing sex-based animal model studies that identify effective treatments for treatment-resistant depression at altitude
Keywords/Main Subjects: Sex-based animal models, treatment-resistant depression, depression, altitude
Copyright: copyright Rob Ettaro et. al. ©2021
Contact: Shami.Kanekar@hsc.utah.edu

Geographic Disparities Among Gynecological Oncology Patients

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Title: Geographic Disparities Among Gynecological Oncology Patients
Presenter: Kaila Christini, MsPH, Huntsman Cancer Institute
Contributors: Deanna Kepka, PhD, MPH (University of Utah); Alison Goldsmith, MPH (University of Utah); Kathryn Szczotka, MPH (University of Utah); Jane Duncan (University of Utah); Jacob Lipscomb (Huntsman Cancer Institute); Jeanelle Webb (Huntsman Cancer Institute); Hannah McLaughlin, MD (University of Utah); Katherine Harris, MD (University of Utah)
Faculty Sponsor: Deanna Kepka, PhD, MPH (University of Utah)
Date: 5/12/21
Brief Description: Discussing geographic disparities among gynecological oncology patients
Keywords/Main Subjects: Cancer, oncology, gynecological oncology, geographic disparities
Copyright: copyright Kaila Christini et. al. ©2021
Contact: kaila.christini@hci.utah.edu

Updating the Circle of Health Tool

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Title: Updating the Circle of Health Tool
Presenter: Jordan E. Johnson, BS
Contributors: Katelyn D. O’Farrell, MS (University of Utah); Caren J. Frost, PhD (University of Utah); L. Scott Benson, MD (University of Utah); Lisa H. Gren, PhD (University of Utah)
Faculty Sponsor: Lisa H. Gren, PhD (University of Utah)
Date: 5/12/21
Brief Description: Updating the Circle of Health Tool survey due to dated survey questions and language
Keywords/Main Subjects: Circle of Health, survey, 7 domains of health
Copyright: copyright Jordan E. Johnson et. al. ©2021
Contact: jordan.esplin@hsc.utah.edu

Poster Session 2021

Poster Session Full Playlist

Updating the Circle of Health Tool presented by Jordan E. Johnson

Geographic Disparities Among Gynecological Oncology Patients presented by Kaila Christini

Sex-Based Animal Model Studies Identifying Effective Therapeutics for Treatment-Resistant Depression at Altitude presented by Rob Ettaro

Identifying Sex as a Biologic Variable in Tamoxifen-Inducible Cre-LoxP Knockout Mice presented by Aniket Ramshekar

Utilizing The “Circle of Health” To Examine And Promote Women’s Health: A Descriptive Analysis Of A Novel Holistic Health Tool presented by Katelyn D. O’Farrell, MS

The Health of Older Refugees Resettling in Utah: Prevalence of Physical & Mental Health Conditions presented by Lisa H. Gren

Assessing Sex Differences in Patients With Stroke or Transient Ischemic Attack When Treated With Dual Antiplatelet Therapy presented by Presley Whetman

Supporting Midlife Women in the Menopause Transition: MsFLASH and Individualized Menopause Plans

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Title: Supporting Midlife Women in the Menopause Transition- MsFLASH and Individualized Menopause Plans
Presenter: Andrea Z. LaCroix, PhD, University of California San Diego Herbert Wertheim School of Public Health and Longevity Science
Date: 5/12/21
Brief Description: Keynote presentation discussing MsFLASH and other individualized menopause plans in an effort to supporting midlife women in the menopause transition
Keywords/Main Subjects: Menopause, midlife women, menopause transition, MsFLASH
Copyright: copyright Andrea Z. LaCroix ©2021
Contactalacroix@ucsd.edu

Q&A: https://youtu.be/qFPrzUVE8CY?t=17270