Can menstrual fluid identify causes of heavy periods?
Heavy menstrual bleeding, endometriosis, infertility, miscarriage and the menopause affect millions of women, but many still aren’t getting the care or support they need.
Despite conditions like these having a devastating impact on lives, women’s health remains a chronically underfunded and neglected area of healthcare.
That’s where we come in.
Since 1964, we’ve invested more than £68 million in vital research across all areas of women’s reproductive and gynaecological health. We’re developing new breakthroughs to save and change the lives of women, girls and babies.
Many of the tests, treatments and cures we take for granted today started with research that we funded.
By investing in research, we’re supporting the development of new innovations that are desperately needed.
We’re funding research in areas of unmet need and supporting the next generation of promising researchers.
Will your research be the next breakthrough for women’s health?
Find out more about funding opportunities, how our funding works and the support available to you.
We are proud to collaborate with a number of partner organisations, including Royal Colleges, the National Institute for Health and Care Research, the Scottish Government, industry and other charities.
Your donation will help us to:
Please give generously. Thank you.