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Buttons representing varying Pride flagsLearn how and why sex and gender must be considered in research in a workshop on Friday, June 18.

Webinar to discuss sex and gender considerations in research

Learn how and why sex and gender must be considered in research in a workshop presented by the Office of Research and Innovation Services on Friday, June 18, as part of its series on equity, diversity, and inclusion.

Better Research with Sex + Gender” will begin with a short guide on sex and gender considerations using as an example a COVID-19 research study, followed by a conversation with panellists Lisa Porter, Adrian Guta, and Andrew Allen.

They will identify the difference between sex and gender and help attendees incorporate these considerations into the preparation, study design, implementation, data analysis, and dissemination of research work.

The free session will run noon to 1 p.m. in Microsoft Teams and is intended for all faculty, staff, and students interested in learning more about EDI in research; register here.

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