The new 4M seminar series launched on January 25th in a hybrid meeting format, with around 50 non-members joining online and 30-40 4M members in attendance online or in-person.
The launch event was hosted at the Sir Henry Wellcome Mood Disorders Centre in the University of Exeter and featured talks from several experts in the field in the morning:
- Dr Gemma Sharp, University of Exeter: 4M’s Vision and Progress
- Dr Melanie Channon, University of Bath: Menstrual Justice: Achieving the Right to a Good Period in low- and middle-income countries (MeJARa)
- Dr Kate Ruth, University of Exeter: Genetics of Menopause
- Drs Yvette Pyne and Jo Burgin, University of Bristol: Understanding Perimenopause in Underserved Bristol Communities.
The inaugural seminar was delivered by Dr Jackie Maybin, who spoke on the topic of “Increasing Precision in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Menstrual Problems”. The seminar was very well-received and the recording is available for viewing on our YouTube channel and below.
See you at our next seminar!
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