Laura Perlman, Princeton University. Laura studied cardiovascular disease and clot formation. She wrote to us: “I cannot stress enough that the [award] which the Foundation for Women’s Wellness presented has given me a unique, important, and enjoyable experience. Thank you very much for the opportunity to participate in such pertinent and needed research.”
Noaman Vaidya, Tufts University Medical School. Noaman studied insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes, and clotting in women with polycystic ovary syndrome, a significant cause of infertility, diabetes, and heart disease in women of reproductive age. She wrote to us: “I thank your organization for its support of my research project on polycystic ovary syndrome. The [award] has allowed me to lay the groundwork for what will be an interesting and critical project [in women’s health].”
Sarabeth Broder-Fingert, New York University Medical School. Studied treatments for polycystic ovary syndrome, a significant cause of infertility, diabetes, and heart disease in women of reproductive age.