What Kind of a Sex/Gender Model Do We Need in the Lab?

Do you remember my post about the all-too-easy concept of attending to sex and gender in biomedical research (“What Kind of Sex Do We Need in the Lab?”)? Sarah Richardson and her colleagues just published a very insightful, informative, and important piece that is much more scientifically sophisticated than my short statement. “Focus on Preclinical Sex Differences Will Not Address Women’s and Men’s Health Disparities,” so the title. Check it out!

Thanks are due to Londa Schiebinger who, as so often, drew my attention to the publication through her Gendered Innovations newsletter.


OpenEdition suggests that you cite this post as follows:
Tabea Cornel (November 6, 2015). What Kind of a Sex/Gender Model Do We Need in the Lab? The Semipermeable Membrane. Retrieved July 23, 2024 from https://doi.org/10.58079/ppk2


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