- Women with physical disabilities are less likely to be screened for cervical cancer than women without disabilitiesOctober 30, 2023
Researchers from George Mason's College of Public Health provide new insight into preventive screening rates for women with disabilities, which underscores the need for more HPV screening, particularly among women with sensory, physical, and multiple disabilities.
- July 26, 2023
New research by PhD student Cheyu “Sarah” Zhang studied women’s disability and couples’ attitudes toward intimate partner violence using nationally representative surveys from nine countries.
- Innovate for Good: Associate professor receives grant to use game-based intervention to curb endometriosis stigmaMarch 6, 2023
Jhumka Gupta, associate professor at Mason’s College of Public Health, received an $800,000+ U.S. Department of Health and Human Services grant to examine the impact of game-based intervention to reduce the stigma of chronic pelvic pain and endometriosis.
- December 7, 2022
Effective January 1, 2023, Virginia eliminates taxes on personal hygiene products, including menstrual products
- November 16, 2021
- July 12, 2021
- Ms. Magazine: Representative Grace Meng references Dr. Jhumka Gupta’s study on college students and affordability of menstrual products.June 2, 2021
It’s Time for a Whole-of-Government Approach to Address Period Poverty in the U.S.
- Jhumka Gupta Receives Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Evidence for Action Grant to Study Intimate Partner Violence in Forcibly Displaced PopulationsJune 7, 2021
George Mason and the International Rescue Committee (IRC) awarded grant to help foster social empowerment and gender equity among forcibly displaced populations (FDPs).