Annual OSSD Meeting to be Held June 2-4

WASHINGTON, DC (May 17, 2011) — The 5th Annual Meeting of the Organization for the Study of Sex Differences (OSSD) is June 2-4 in Oklahoma City. The annual OSSD meeting encompasses new research into sex differences by prominent US and international researchers. This is the can’t-miss research event of the year!

The OSSD Annual Meeting is the leading forum for scientists to explore aspects of sex differences research at the genetic, molecular, cellular, organ, and system levels in various model systems. The field of sex-based biology is growing rapidly. This meeting promotes the understanding and dissemination of novel findings about how sex differences translate into human physiological and pathological processes throughout the lifespan.

Rates for the 3 day meeting at the Skirvin Hilton Hotel in Oklahoma City can be found at but space is limited so REGISTER TODAY!


For more information on the Society for Women’s Health Research please contact Rachel Griffith at 202-496-5001 or

OSSD is a non-profit, scientific membership society. OSSD was established in 2006 by the Society for Women's Health Research (SWHR), with staffing provided by SWHR. Members include basic and clinical scientists from various disciplines who share an interest in exploring sex/gender differences in all areas of biological, medical, and behavioral science.

The Society for Women’s Health Research (SWHR), a national non-profit organization based in Washington D.C., is widely recognized as the thought leader in women’s health research, particularly as sex differences impact health. SWHR’s mission is to improve the health of all women through advocacy, education and research. Visit SWHR’s website at for more information.

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