Sexuality Interest Network (SIN) Talk
Invited speakers will share new findings on the biology of sexual orientation, gender and the autism spectrum, emotion work in intimate relationships, and the health care experience of Canadian women with female genital cutting.
Born This Way? New Immunology Evidence for the Biology of Men's Sexual Orientation
Dr. Malvina Skorska, Biopsychosocial Investigations of Gender Laboratory (http://sites.utm.utoronto.ca/biglab/content/home)
A Labor of Love? Gender and Emotion Work in Intimate Relationships
Rebecca Horne, Relationships and Well-Being Lab (http://www.impettrelationshipslab.com/)
Gender Nonconformity and the Autism Spectrum: An Examination of Children With and Without Mental Diagnoses
Natisha Nabbijohn, Biopsychosocial Investigations of Gender Laboratory (http://sites.utm.utoronto.ca/biglab/content/home)
What is Known about Women with Female Genital Cutting in the Western Healthcare System?
Danielle Jacobson, Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience, Gender, and Health (http://einsteinlab.ca)
Students and faculty of all disciplines and programs are welcome.Please RSVP at: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/feb-6-sin-talk-tickets-42564543696.
Presented by the Einstein <http://einsteinlab.ca/> and VanderLaan <http://sites.utm.utoronto.ca/biglab/content/home> Labs at U of T, the *Sexuality Interest Network *(SIN) brings students and researchers from social, developmental, biobehavioral, and clinical programs together to exchange ideas on sex, gender, and sexuality.