Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women’s Health (BIRCWH) Scholars receive state-of-the art training, collaborative opportunities and in-depth mentoring experiences that enable them to develop independent research programs in women's health. Junior faculty with appointment or joint appointment in the Colleges of Medicine, Public Health, Pharmacy, Nursing, Health Sciences or Dentistry are eligible to apply.

  • BIRCWH Scholar Mairead Moloney publishes sociological commentary on recent Alabama election results

In Alabama's Special Election, What about the Men?


  • Former BIRCWH Associate leads Sexual Health and Sexuality Education Abroad Program in Netherlands:

            Education Abroad Program Immerses Students in Sexual Health Education Culture in the Netherlands

  • Former BIRCWH scholar demonstrates the value of Physician/Pharmacist teams in Alzheimer's care

Physician-Pharmacist Teams Benefit Brain Health in Older Patients

Watch: Dr. Rachel Miller Discusses the HPV Vaccine, Cervical Cancer Prevention