Women’s health: Beyond the uterus – SupplySide Education Series webinar

Join us as we explore beyond women's reproductive health solutions, discussing opportunities for women-specific products in areas like brain, heart, bone and joint health. We'll also highlight the importance of diverse representation in clinical studies. Join us Thursday, May 16 at 1:00 p.m. ET.

April 23, 2024

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Women’s health: Beyond the uterus

Date: May 16, 2024

Duration: 1 Hr

There’s no mistaking it — the market for women’s health supplements is white-hot. Brands and suppliers alike are entering the space, offering innovative ingredients and products for women. As an industry, however, we still have some work to do.

Generally, women’s wellness products have centered around solutions for women’s reproductive health. Prenatal and postnatal products — as well as those geared toward premenopause, perimenopause and postmenopause — have done most of the heavy lifting for the women’s health category. In this webinar, however, we’re going beyond the uterus to talk about the broader opportunities in women’s health. What women-specific products could be developed for brain, heart, bone, joint or other important health areas?

We’ll also discuss recent clinical studies and highlight health essentials specific to women. And perhaps more importantly, we’ll talk through the enormous need for more studies aligned to the population, particularly those representing women from various racial and ethnic backgrounds.

From this webinar, you will gain:

  • Insights from industry leaders: Hear from renowned scientists and marketing experts as they delve into the latest research on trending women's health ingredients.

  • Clinical study breakdown: Gain a deeper understanding of recent clinical studies that validate the efficacy of key ingredients.

  • Market trend analysis: Learn about the emerging consumer demands and preferences shaping the future of women's health supplements.



Cassie Smith
Senior editorial content director, Informa Markets, SupplySide



Susan Hewlings, Ph.D.
VP of research affairs, Radicle Science


Heather Florio
CEO, Desert Harvest


Erika Craft
Market research analyst, Nutrition Business Journal

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