Welcome To Beyer Research

Welcome To Beyer Research

Gender Differences in Health and Clinical Research

In health, more than in other social sectors, sex (biological) and gender (behavioral and social) variables are acknowledged useful parameters for research and action because biological differences between the sexes determine male-specific and female-specific diseases and because behavioral differences between the genders assign a critical role to women in relation to family health. Until recently, however, the importance of sex and gender informed work on female-specific diseases but did not carry over to diseases shared by men and women. As a result, the literature contained comparatively little about which diseases affect men and women differently, why that difference might be the case, and how to structure prevention and treatment in response to these differences. This situation has changed, however, and interest in measuring, understanding, and responding to sex and gender differentials in disease has surged, nurtured by breakthroughs in science and advances in advocacy.

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  • Dr. Roger Beyer-Principal Investigator
  • Susan Wright, NP, JD-Sub-Investigator
  • Diane Williams, NP-Sub Investigator
  • Gina Zagaroli, NP-Sub Investigator
  • Lucy Wright Pelletier,CCRC-Director

Beyer Research is a privately owned clinical research facility serving South West Michigan, the nation, and the world community. The discovery and dissemination of new knowledge are central to its mission. Through its focus on teaching and learning, research and discovery, and outreach and engagement, Beyer Research creates, conveys, and applies knowledge to expand personal growth and opportunity, advance social and community development and improve the quality of life.

 

--Dr. Roger Beyer