Welcome to the Sex-Inclusion Toolbox
In January of 2016, the NIH established a policy which requires the consideration of sex as a biological variable in biomedical and preclinical research. This policy marks a fundamental shift in the way researchers must evaluate sex in their experimental design. The WHRI established the Sex-Inclusion Toolbox to support and engage investigators who are currently, or interested in, conducting sex-inclusive research.
Learn how sex-inclusive research drives new discovery and improves the health and well-being of all from WHRI Director, Dr. Teresa Woodruff.
- Getting Started
Benefits of Using the Sex-Inclusion Toolbox
Ways to Use the Sex-Inclusion Toolbox
Find Out Why Sex Matters in Research