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Gillian Einstein

Associate Professor of Psychology

University of Toronto

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University of Toronto

1 King's College Circle Medical Sciences Building Room 7358

Toronto, Ontario,M5S 1A8

Canada

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The University of Toronto provides accommodation for students with documented disabilities as established by the Ontario Human Rights Code (OHRC), the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), and the University of Toronto's Statement of Commit...more

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If you are a member of the University of Toronto faculty interested in being a mentor in the Collaborative Program, please submit a copy of your current CV or contact Program Director, Dr. Gillian Einstein at 416-978-0896 for further details.
Gillian Einstein Director, Collaborative Program in Women's Health Public Health Sciences Department of Psychology University of Toronto Gillian Einstein - gillian.einstein@utoronto.ca Gillian Einstein - gillian.einstein@utoronto.ca


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Gillian Einstein, Director
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IGH Institute Advisory Board - CIHR

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Gillian Einstein, PhD (Chair)
Associate Professor of Psychology and Public Health University of Toronto


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Gillian Einstein, PhD (Chair)
Associate Professor of Psychology and Public Health University of Toronto Gillian Einstein is a neuroscientist who has published in vision, Alzheimer's and aging research, sex differences, and women's health. She has edited and annotated a book of classic papers in Hormones and Behavior called, Sex and the Brain (MIT Press, 2007). She is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology and The Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto, Senior Scientist at Women's College Research Institute, Member of the Scientific Staff of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Senior Fellow of University College, and a member of both the Institute for Life Course and Aging, and the Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies at the University of Toronto. She is also founder and Director of the Collaborative Graduate Program in Women's Health at the University of Toronto, founding member of the Organization for the Study of Sex Differences, and a temporary advisor to WHO on the psychological effects of female genital cutting/mutilation. She served on the faculty of the Department of Neurobiology, Duke University where she founded and directed the first year program, Exploring the Mind and was the recipient of the Alumni Undergraduate Teaching Award. She has also been a Scientific Review Officer at the National Institutes of Health (US), and the Associate Director of the Centre for Research in Women's Health at the University of Toronto. She has been a mentor in the Institute of Gender and Health's Summer Institute (2009, 2010) and In the spring term of 2010 she was a visiting professor with the Committee for Degrees in Women, Gender and Sexuality at Harvard University. Dr. Einstein's interests are in memory, sex/gender representations in the nervous system, mixed methods, and the bridge between our scientific understanding of the nervous system and larger concerns having to do with self, identity, feminism, and the nature of science. Her research program focuses on three major areas: 1) the neurobiological effects of such cultural practices as female genital cutting and 2) the effects of the ovulatory cycle on mood and memory; and 3) the representation of the female body in the brain.


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