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The Network of Partners established by the Gender in Medicine (GiM)
Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin has a global network of partners. The health care-related challenges facing us today require intensive efforts to establish both national and international collaborations involving both treatment centers and research and teaching establishments. Cross-border cooperations with top-level partners will ensure Charité maintains its leading position as one of Europe's largest university hospitals.
This page provides an overview of the growing Network of Partners established by the Gender in Medicine (GiM), which includes
- Charité-based institutions,
- other universities and university-based research institutions,
- governmental and non-governmental organizations and
- industrial R&D partners.
The Matera Resolution was drafted in April 2016 by an inaugural group of advocates to create a strategy to improve the evidence base and applicability of drug trial results to women in real world settings.
The purpose of the Matera group meeting is to refine the strategy and develop recommendations to advocates and create a strategy to improve the evidence base and applicability of drug trial results to women in real world settings.
Recent research evidence and the various activities launched with different stakeholders, including regulatory and funding organizations, journal editors, government agencies, industry and patient sectors will be discussed.
Presidents of the Meeting:
- Prof. Flavia Franconi
- Prof. Vera Regitz-Zagrosek
- Prof. Cara Tannenbaum
- Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin
- Gender in Medicine (GIM)
- Deutsche Gesellschaft für Geschlechtsspezifische Medizin e.V. (DGesGM)
- CIHR Institute of Gender and Health