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We enjoyed tacos and burgers, drinks, and a Yankee gift swap, where everyone brought a wrapped sex-related book which we got to open or steal. Some of the juicy titles included The Vagina Bible, Come As You Are, and Sex at Dawn. A couple of people from our team were missing, but a great time […]
We are over the moon that first-year grad student Marta Kolbuszewska won first place for her talk on postpartum sexual desire and undergraduate Greta Jang won 3rd place for her talk on bolstering sexual well-being through psychoeducation at the WHRC Tri-Cluster Research Day!
It’s research time, again! This time we are presenting our work at the WHRC Tri-Cluster Research Day!
Three lab members—Erin, Greta, and Marta—are presenting their latest research tomorrow between 9am and noon as part of the WHRC Tri-cluster research day – The Future of Health. All of their abstracts were selected to be in the top 10, which means they are each giving lightning talks between 10am and 11am. Come check them […]
The SWell lab had an amazing time hearing the latest sexuality science at the annual meeting of the Canadian Sex Research Forum!
Five lab members—Erin, Kiarah, Lara, Marta, and Sonia—presented their amazing work including new ways to assess attention, factors affecting perinatal sexual well-being, and myths related to sexuality. Natasha was instrumental in coordinating all of the technology. Dr. Dawson taught people how to make Palomas at the mix and mingle and led a roundtable discussion about […]
Erin will serve for two years (one year as Junior Student Rep and one year as Senior Student Rep) on the CSRF executive council and and will be a voice for CSRF student members to ensure that they are being represented. We are very fortunate to have Erin in our corner!
We are very pleased to announce that our amazing grad student Sonia Milani has just won her third award in a row this year! She won Best Data Blitz at CSRF 2021 for her 5-minute presentation entitled “Establishing the utility of a novel online paradigm to assess attentional processing of sexual stimuli.” It was all about […]