Global Women Connected

Our vision is to be an interactive community where people can learn about and discuss issues that affect women’s health across the world.

About us

Our vision is to be an interactive community where people can learn about and discuss issues that affect women’s health across the world. We will be reporting on the stories in the media and also posting a discussion of the day. Once registered, anyone can comment on these discussions. We also want to hear stories and experiences from women around the world and the ‘Your Discussions’ section is a place for anyone registered with Global Women Connected to write their views, comments and questions so that others can reply and actively discuss. The web site also provides information and links on topics concerning women’s health; from puberty to the menopause, as well as regular Vlogs and Blogs. We are also setting up ‘support groups’ where we can discuss specific topics, such as fertility and the menopause. The long-term goal is for the web site to be translated into different languages and to provide face-to-face events for active discussion and interaction with local communities.

 

The team are a dedicated group of professionals with knowledge of a range of women’s health issues.  

Joyce Harper is professor of human genetics at UCL, she has specialised in the field of IVF for 30 years.

Dr. Helen O’Neill is a geneticist who does research on ovarian development and lectures Masters students in prenatal genetics and fetal medicine

Dr Elena Kontogianni is an Embryologist-Geneticist specialised in infertility treatment and preimplantation genetics. She performed the genetic analysis for the first ever Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis case 

Laura Witjens is Chief Executive of the National Gamete Donation Trust (NGDT) , the UK national body that deals with egg, sperm and embryo donation.

Keeley Monsen has been awarded a first class Bachelor of Science in Forensic Science and Neuroscience from Keele University and a Masters with distinction in Prenatal Genetics and Fetal Medicine from University College London.

 works as a Genetic Technologist for one of the leading genetics centres in London, and has nearly four years of practical experience in this field.

Tharni Vasavan completed an MSc in Reproductive Science and Women’s Health at University College London in 2014. After graduating, she spent a short time learning how to perform clinical andrology techniques for use in assisted conception. She is currently working as a laboratory technician in the Maternal and Fetal Disease Group at King’s College London.

We want to do

Currently we have a strong social media following however customers aren't being directed through to our website. Our main aim is to make the site an interactive forum. Your support will enable us to do that. 

 

 

Why we need your support 

We want to educate women from around the world aged from prepubertal to post menopausal. We aim to demystify scientific articles about women's health and deliver this information in an accessible way. 

 

Rewards

£10 A special Thank you letter from the team

£20 Same as above plus a T-shirt designed by us with the GWC logo

£50 Free Admission to our next workshop or a workshop of your choice 

£100 A full interactive educational day with the team at UCL and a tour of our labs

Please note: If you are a business we can replace your reward with advertising

 

THANKYOU

 

 

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About helenconeill
Helen O' Neill
City of London,City of London,United Kingdom

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