Gender Inequality

Why are males still the default subjects in medical research?

Even when research with women is performed properly, the findings may not apply to all women. Image: Unsplash/Naassom Azevedo

Olivia Knowles

PhD candidate, Deakin University

Severine Lamon

Associate professor, Nutrition and Exercise Physiology, Deakin University

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The Future is Female: A framework to design female physiology research. Image: Olivia Knowles & Severine Lamon

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