We’ve partnered with Alloy to bring you a monthly menopause expert on Raging Gracefully! In June Nina Collins and Anne Fulenwider hosted a conversation with Dr. Pauline Maki about mental health and brain health during menopause, and beyond.
Dr. Pauline Maki serves as a professor of psychiatry, psychology, and obstetrics & gynecology at the University of Illinois Chicago, as well as Director of the University’s Women’s Mental Health Research Program and Senior Director of Research at the Center for Research on Women and Gender.
Maki is known for her contributions to the field of menopause and cognition. For 20 years, she has led a program of NIH-funded research focused on the role of sex steroid hormones on cognition, mood, brain function, and stress responsivity in women. Professor Maki’s primary contribution to clinical practice is her research on the risks and benefits of HT on cognition and brain function. Maki is a past president of the North American Menopause Society (NAMS).
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