New research has shed light on why autism is more common in men than women.
Theories surrounding gender-specific Alzheimer’s disease risk and APOE mutations have been challenged in a new meta-analysis.
Researchers have demonstrated that women with dementia have fewer visits to their GP, receive less medical attention and may remain on inappropriate medication for longer when compared with men.
This study investiagtes whether women experience pain with increased frequency and intensity than do men.
“We should be striving for gender balance” – International Women’s Day interview with Christine Chambers
As part of our International Women’s Day celebrations, we talked to pediatric pain expert and Neurology Central Expert Panelist Christine Chambers (Dalhousie University, NS, Canada) to find out more about her career as a woman in STEM and some of the obstacles facing gender equality in STEM.