The 5th Annual Women’s Health Forum: Golobal Women’s Health was held on May 21st, put on by the The Stanford WSDM Center. WSDM (Women & Sex Differences in Medicine, or “wisdom”) aims to expand our knowledge of women’s health and sex differences in biology and medicine, from conception through the lifespan, in every medical discipline, from basic science to clinical research and population health science. Ruth Levine, PhD, Director of the Global Development and Population Program at The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, delivered the keynote "Girls Count: A Global Investment & Action Agenda (Start With a Girl)". Jesse was a fantastic host to the panel of totally amazing speakers that covered topics ranging from rape prevention to healthy microbes passed from mothers to children. Check out the Program Guide to learn more!