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NAME:  Marianne J. Legato, MD, PhD (hon. c.), FACP, PC

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ACADEMIC DEGREES:

A.B., Manhattanville College, 06/1956
M.D., New York University College of Medicine, 06/1962

Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine
Fellow, American College of Physicians

POST DOCTORAL TRAINING:

Intern: Bellevue Hospital First (Columbia) Medical Division; 07/1962-06/1963
Junior Assistant Resident: Bellevue Hospital First (Columbia) Division: 07/1963-06/1964
Senior Assistant Resident: The Presbyterian Hospital of the City of New York, Columbia

Presbyterian Medical Center: 07/1964-06/1965 Visiting Fellow, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons: 07/1965-06/1968 (In Cardiology; Doctor Glenn A. Langer, preceptor; associate preceptors: Doctors David Spiro, Arnold M. Katz, Wilfried H. Mommaerts and A. Gregory Jameson).

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:

  • Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
  • Instructor in Medicine, 07/1968-06/1969
  • Associate in Medicine, 07/1969-06/1970
  • Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, 07/1970 - 12/1971
  • Assistant Professor of Medicine, 01/1972 - 06/1977
  • Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine, 07/1977 - 06/1998
  • Professor of Clinical Medicine, 07/1998 – Present
  • Emeritus Professor of Clinical Medicine, Present

HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS:

  • St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center
  • Assistant Attending Physician, Medicine, 07/1969-06/1970
  • Attending Physician, Medicine, 07/1970-06/1980
  • Senior Attending Physician, Medicine, 07/1980 – Present 
  • The Presbyterian Hospital in the City of New York
  • Assistant Physician, Medicine, 07/1973-06/1977
  • Associate Physician, Medicine, 07/1977-06/1980
  • Associate Attending Physician, Medicine, 07/1980-06/1998
  • Attending Physician, 07/1998-Present
  • Lenox Hill Hospital: attending physician 06/2004-07/2015

TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES AND COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS

  • St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center:
  • Preceptor, Introduction to the Patient, 06/1967-07/1993
  • Course Director, Third Year Clerkship in Medicine, 06/1972-07/1993
  • Course Director, Fourth Year Electives (Sub internships) in Medicine, 06/1985-07/1993
  • Director, Continuing Medical Education, Department of Medicine, 06/1981-07/1993
  • Director, Postgraduate Medical Education, Department of Medicine, 06/1985-07/1993
  • Chairwoman, Quality Assurance Committee of the Medical Board, St. Luke‘s/Roosevelt Hospital Center, 06/1989-07/1993
  • Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center: Director, Marketing and Fund Raising, Center For Women's Health at
  • Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center 07/1993-07/1996.
  • Director, Partnership for Gender-Specific Medicine at Columbia University. 06/1996-07/2006
  • Member, Executive Committee, Department of Medicine, 06/1998-Present
  • Ad Hoc Committee on Appointments and Promotions, Department of Medicine, 06/1999-present

AWARDS AND HONORS:
Honorary Award for Excellence in Science, Awarded at the International Congress of
Cardiology, Taormina, Italy, November 2016.
Women‘s eNews‘ 21 Leaders for the 21st Century, May 2016

Honorary Ph.D., Awarded at the First Global Men‘s Health Summit Update Course, University Of Panama, December 4, 2015
Recipient of the Civic Spirit Award which was awarded by the Women‘s City Club of New York, April 1, 2014

Honorary Membership, Israel Society for Gender Medicine, 2010
Honorary President, The Austrian Society of Gender Medicine, September 2008

Honorary President, Third International Congress on Gender-Specific Medicine, Stockholm, Sweden, September 2008
Women’s Health in Orthopedics, member of the Editorial Board, July/August 2008 CVS Caremark Heroes in Women‘s Health Award, May 2008
Honorary President, Second International Congress on Gender-Specific Medicine, Vienna, Austria. June 2-3 2007
President, First International Congress on Gender-Specific Medicine. Berlin, Germany. February 2006
President‘s Award, Women in Health Management. 2006 Leadership Event Establishment of Marianne J. Legato, M.D. Gender-Specific Medicine Award by Meredith Publishing Company. August 2, 2006.
Shirley Sacks Women‘s Health Award for Distinguished Service in Gender-Specific Medicine awarded by the National Council on Women‘s Health, Inc.,

Marianne J. Legato, MD

April 27, 2005.
The 2005 Lila A. Wallis Distinguished Visiting Professor in Women‘s Health at Weill Medical College of Cornell University, New York, NY. Department of Medicine Ground Rounds Gender-Based Research: Challenges and Opportunities in the Present Environment on April 21, 2005.

Achievement in Research Excellence for Scientific Advancement in Gender-Specific Medicine ARC. International Medicine for Anti-Aging. 2005.
Gender-Specific Scientific Interest Group of the Intramural Program for Research on Women‘s Health of the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD. Delivered the keynote address at the inaugural kickoff event on October 21, 2002.

Changing the Face of Medicine at the National Library of Medicine Exhibit, honoring the lives and accomplishments of women and how they enhanced the practice of medicine, 2003 (Dr. Marianne Legato is featured)
Outstanding Woman in Science Award American Medical Women‘s Association, awarded
February 1, 2002 at the 86th Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.
Woman in Science Award - Women‘s Medical Association in New York City, 2002.

Listed in the National Sex and Gender Based Physician Registry 2016
Listed in America‘s Best Physicians 2016

Listed in America’s Top Doctors 1999-2017
Listed in America‘s Top Doctors 1999-2013
Listed in New York Magazine‘s Top Doctors 1999-2013
Listed in Who‘s Who in Medicine and Healthcare annually
Listed in Dictionary of International Biography 33rd Edition 2006
Listed in Who‘s Who and in Who‘s Who in America annually
Listed in Marquis Who‘s Who annually

Member, Task Force on Prevention, Treatment and the Women‘s Initiative. American Heart Association Women‘s Initiative, 1998.

Scientific Co-chair, Task Force sponsored by the Office of Research on Women‘s Health, National Institutes of Health: ―Beyond Hunt Valley: Research on Women‘s Health for the 21st Century‖ and Co-author, co/editor, Final Report. 1998.

Chairwoman, Sixth Annual Congress on Women‘s Health, Washington, D.C., June 1998. Co-Chair of four national symposia, ―Setting the Research Agenda for Women‘s Health for the

21st Century,‖ sponsored by the Office of Research on Women‘s Health, National Institutes of Health in Philadelphia, New Orleans, Santa Fe and Washington, D.C., 1997-1998.

Woman in Science Award - Women‘s Medical Association in New York City, 1997.

Named as ―The Woman that Makes a Difference‖ by the American Women‘s Medical Association, October 21, 1997.

Named as one of Ten Heroes in Women‘s Health by American Health for Women, October 24, 1997.

Charter Member, Advisory Committee of the Office of Research on Women‘s Health, National Institutes of Health, 1995-1998.

Winner, best in category of women's health for "Shattering the Myths: The Truth About Women and Coronary Artery Disease", International Medical Film Festival, 1995; Film also won the Silver Award: The Charleston International Film Festival: Film and Video Awards, 1995. Category: Women's Issues.

Leadership in Action Award, Women's Action Alliance. May, 1994, New York, NY.

Listed in "1,000 Women For the Nineties." Mirabella Fifth Anniversary Issue, June, 1994.
"Women With Heart" award, Long Island Heart Council, 1993.

Blakeslee Award, American Heart Association, 1992, for The Female Heart: The Truth
About Women and Coronary Artery Disease.

Member, Parent committee for review of applications for Ischemic Heart Disease Specialized Centers of Research (IHD-SCOR), National Institutes of Health. 1983

Research Career Development Award, National Institutes of Health, HL70406 CVA, 1972-1977

Member, Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Study Section, National Institutes of Health, 1973-1977

Senior Investigator, New York Heart Association, 1968-1972 J. Murray Steele Award, New York Heart Association, 1971

Martha Lyon Slater Fellowship of the New York Heart Association, 1965- 1968 Honorary President of the Austrian Society for Gender-Specific Medicine, 2011

MEDICAL AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES:

American Association for Advancement of Science American College of Physicians
American College of Women‘s Health Physicians, Founding Member American Federation for Clinical Research American Heart Association, New York Affiliate

Committee on Digoxin, 1971-1973
Member, Criteria Committee responsible for the Eighth and Ninth (1979, 1980)

Editions of Criteria for Diagnosis of Diseases of the Heart and Great Vessels and Contributor to the Seventh edition (1973).

Committee on Nomenclature and Criteria, 1976-1979.
Member, Board of Directors, 1978-1982.
Fund Raising Committee, 1979-1982.
Co-Chair, Heart of New York Ball, 1980-1984.

Task Force on Women's Health, 1992-
Member, Task Force on Prevention, Treatment and the Women‘s Initiative, Heritage Affiliate Board of Directors, 1998-
American Medical Association

International Society for Heart Research
New York Academy of Medicine

Committee on Medical Education, 1979-1986. Vice Chairman, 1982.
Committee on Admissions, 1981-1982.

Committee on Resources and Development: 1985-1987
Trustee: 1984-1987

Nominating Committee: 1991-1993 International Society for Gender-Specific Medicine
Founder & Board Member
Japanese Association for Gender-Specific Medicine Advisor
New York Academy of Sciences
New York County Society of Medicine
New York Society of Internal Medicine
New York Women‘s Medical Association, 1997-

GRANTS IN AID:

New York Heart Association: 1969-1971, 1971-1973, 1973-1975, 1976-1978.
American Heart Association: Cellular Mechanisms of Cardiac Enlargement in the Rabbit. PI, Marianne J. Legato, M.D. 1980-1983.
National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, National Institutes of Health:

Program Project HL 12738: Physiologic Pharmacology and Its Clinical Applications. 1978-
1983. P.I., Brian F. Hoffman, M.D. Core E: Ultrastructure. Marianne J. Legato, M.D.

Program Project HL 33727: Lethal Arrhythmias: Mechanisms and Prevention. 1985-1988. P.I.'s, Michael R. Rosen, M.D. and Robert Foreman, Ph.D. Core D: Ultrastructure. Marianne J. Legato, M.D.

Program Project HL 28001: Subcellular Adaptations in Myocardial Hypertrophy. 1983-1985.

P.I., Norman R. Alpert, Ph.D. Core 4: Ultrastructure. Marianne J. Legato, M.D.

Program Project HL 28958: Developmental Approach to Cardiac Rhythm and Arrhythmias. P.I., Michael R. Rosen, M.D. Core C: Ultrastructure. Marianne J. Legato, M.D. 1983-1988; renewed 1988-1993.

EDITORIAL BOARDS, EDITORSHIPS:

Editorial Board, Women‘s Health in Orthopedics, 2008-
Editor in Chief and Founder, Gender Medicine 2004-2012

Editorial Board, JMHG & International Society for Men‘s Health and Gender Collaboration, 2004-2006.

Editor-in-Chief and Founder, The Journal of Gender-Specific Medicine, 1997-2004 Editorial Board, Medicine and Behavior, 1998-Health Advisor, More Magazine, 1998 -

Editorial Advisory Board, Prevention Magazine, 1997-2014 Medical Advisor, Ladies‘ Home Journal, 1997-Scientific Advisor, MSP International, Inc., 2003 -

Editorial Board, Women‘s Health Review, 1997-
Editorial Advisory Board, Women‘s Wellness Wall Board, 1997-

Editorial Advisory Board, National Health Sciences Consortium Women‘s Health Traveling Exhibit, 1997-

Editorial Advisory Board, American Health for Women, 1997-1999 Editorial Board, Journal of Women‘s Health, 1997-2000 Advisory Board, PraCon, 1996

Scientific Advisory Board, Weight Watchers' Magazine, 1996-1998 Editor-in-Chief, The Female Patient, 1993-1996 Editorial Board, Cardiovascular Risk Factors, 1993-

Associate Editor, The Female Patient, 1992-1993

Health Columnist, Woman's Day, 1992-1994
Editorial Advisory Board, Journal Current Molecular Pharmacology, 2016-Editorial Board, Journal of Genomes and Proteomes, 2016
Editor-in-Chief and Founder, Gender and the Genome, 2016

CONSULTANT POSITIONS AND BOARD MEMBERSHIPS:

Consultant, Women's health issues, Procter & Gamble, 1994-1996

Consultant and member, Executive Advisory Committee, Tufts University School of Medicine; to design pilot program for continuing education regional conferences designed for the Primary Care Team, June, 1995.

Consultant to and Member of Advisory Board for Excerpts Medical Education Division Chairwoman, Medical Advisory Board, Women's Heart Research Foundation, 1992-Long Island Heart Council, Honorary Board Member, 1993-

Member, Community Advisory Council of the New York Junior League, 1994-Member, Board of Directors, Weight Watchers International, 1994-1998

Charter Member, Advisory Board of Office of Research on Women's Health, National Institutes of Health, 1995-1998

Member, Board of Directors, World Foundation for Medical Studies in Female Health, 1994-Member, Board of Advisors, Heart Health Alternatives, 1996-

Member, Board of Advisors, Karen Yontz Cardiac Center, Milwaukee, WI, 1996-Member, Health Advisory Council, Hadassah Health Education Department, 1996-Founding Member of the American College of Women‘s Health Physicians, 1997-Consultant, Women‘s Health Project, The Changing Face of Women’s Health, 1997 - Lifetime Member, Hadassah, 1997 -

Member, Health Advisory Council, Hadassah, 1997 -

Member, Women‘s Cardiovascular Health Network (WCVHN), sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 1997 -

Member, Advisory Board, Mothers & Daughters Race Against Teen Smoking, National Council on Women‘s Health, Inc., 1998 -

Member, Medical Advisory Board, Empower Health Corporation, 1998 -
Member, Advisory Board, Women Heart, the National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease, 1999 -
Member, Advisory Board, State of the Art, Inc., ―Phase 2 Project Women in Transition: The Crucial Years Before Menopause‖, 1999

Chairwoman, Medical Advisory Board, HisandHerMedicine.com, 2000 - 2001

Member, Advisory Council, Sister to Sister and Everyone Has A Heart Foundation 2003 Academic Advisor, Center for Healthcare and Public Concern, Tokyo, Japan, 2003 Advisor, Gender-Specific Medicine Research Society, Tokyo, Japan, 2003 - Advisory Board PREVENTION Magazine 1997 –
Advisory Board BOTTOM LINE Health 2007 –
Medical Advisor LADIES‘ HOME JOURNAL 2000 - 2008

SYMPOSIUM ORGANIZER/CHAIR/CO-CHAIR:

"Primary Care of Women I‖: Marianne J. Legato, Co-chair. World Foundation for Medical Studies in Female Health. October 25-30, 1995. LaCosta, CA.

"Primary Care of Women II": Marianne J. Legato, Co-chair. World Foundation for Medical Studies in Female Health. October 24-27, 1996. San Antonio, TX.

"Primary Care of Women III‖: Marianne J. Legato, Co-chair. World Foundation for Medical Studies in Female Health. October 23-26, 1997. Miami, FL.

"Beyond Hunt Valley: Forging a New Agenda for Research in Women's Health.‖ Series of four national conferences co-sponsored by the Office of Research on Women's Health, National Institutes of Health. Marianne J. Legato, Co-chair. Philadelphia, PA, October 17-19, 1996.

"Beyond Hunt Valley: Forging a New Agenda for Research in Women's Health.‖ Series of four national conferences co-sponsored by the Office of Research on Women's Health, National Institutes of Health. Marianne J. Legato, Co-chair. New Orleans, LA, June 11-13, 1997.

"Beyond Hunt Valley: Forging a New Agenda for Research in Women's Health.‖ Series of four national conferences co-sponsored by the Office of Research on Women's Health, National Institutes of Health. Marianne J. Legato, Co-chair. Albuquerque, NM, July 21-23, 1997.

"Beyond Hunt Valley: Forging a New Agenda for Research in Women's Health.‖ Series of four national conferences co-sponsored by the Office of Research on Women's Health, National Institutes of Health. Marianne J. Legato, Co-chair. Bethesda, MD, November 17-18, 1997.

―Gender and Depression‖ sponsored by Partnership for Women‘s Health at Columbia

University. Marianne J. Legato, Co-chair. New York, NY, April 30 - May 1, 1998.

Sixth Annual Congress on Women‘s Health sponsored by the Journal of Women‘s Health and the Society for the Advancement of Women‘s Health Research. Marianne J. Legato, Chair. Washington, DC, June 21-24, 1998.

―Girls Self-Esteem, Helping Girls Become Strong Women‖ sponsored by Partnership for Women‘s Health at Columbia University and Nike. Marianne J. Legato, Chair. San Jose, CA, November 13, 1998.

―Emotions and Cardiovascular Disease‖ sponsored by the Partnership for Women‘s Health at Columbia University. Marianne J. Legato, Co-chair. San Francisco, CA, November 14, 1998.

―Gender & Human Sexuality‖ sponsored by the Office of Research on Women‘s Health and the Partnership for Women‘s Health at Columbia University. Marianne J. Legato, Co-chair. National Press Club, Washington, DC, April 30, 1999.

―The Prevention of Atrial Fibrillation,‖ Marianne J. Legato, Co-Chair. Le Mas Du Langoustier, Ile de Porquerolles, France. September 2-7, 1999.

Annual Conference on Gender-Specific Medicine sponsored by the Partnership for Women‘s Health at Columbia University. Marianne J. Legato, Chair. Sea World Conference Center, Orlando, FL. September 13, 1999. Due to Hurricane Floyd, Second Day was December 6, 1999, Roosevelt Hotel, New York, NY.

Fifth Annual Conference on Women‘s Health sponsored by the World Foundation for Studies on Female Health. Marianne J. Legato, Chair. San Francisco Marriott, San Francisco, CA, October 14-16, 1999.

Sixth Annual Conference on Women‘s Health sponsored by the World Foundation for Studies on Female Health. Marianne J. Legato, Scientific Chair. Hotel Intercontinental, New Orleans, LA, October 12-14, 2000.

Second Annual Conference on Gender-Specific Medicine sponsored by the Partnership for Women‘s Health at Columbia University. Marianne J. Legato, Chair. The Roosevelt Hotel, New York, NY, October 26-27, 2000.

The 110th Anniversary Celebration Center for Health Care and Public Concern. Marianne J.
Legato, Keynote Speaker and Symposium Organizer. Tokyo, Japan, December 2-3, 2001.

2001 Annual Clinical Conference sponsored by the World Foundation for Medical Studies in Female Health. Marianne J. Legato, Scientific Chair. New York Hilton Hotel and Towers, New York, NY, December 17-19, 2001.

Third Annual Conference on Gender-Specific Medicine sponsored by the Partnership for Women‘s Health at Columbia University and the National Institutes of Health. Marianne J. Legato, Chair. U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Washington, DC, April 22-23, 2002.

2002 Annual Clinical Conference sponsored by the World Foundation for Medical Studies in Female Health. Marianne J. Legato, Scientific Chair. The Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, DC, November 22-24, 2002.

Fourth Annual Conference on Gender-Specific Medicine sponsored by the Partnership for Gender-Specific Medicine at Columbia University and the National Institutes of Health. Marianne J. Legato, Chair. Embassy Suites. New York, NY. September 20-21, 2003.

Fifth Annual Conference on Gender-Specific Medicine sponsored by the Partnership for Gender-Specific Medicine at Columbia University. Marianne J. Legato, Chair. New York Helmsley Hotel, New York, NY. September 27-28, 2004.

President, First Annual International Congress on Gender-Specific Medicine, February 23-27 2006 in Berlin, Germany.

Honorary President, Second International Congress on Gender-Specific Medicine, Vienna, Austria. June, 2007.

Honorary President, Third International Congress on Gender-specific Medicine, Stockholm, Sweden, 2008.

Honorary President, First International Congress on Gender-Specific Medicine, Israel, 2009.

Honorary President, Fifth International Congress on Gender-Specific Medicine. Israel. 2010.

Chairman and Organizer of Annual Symposium of the Foundation for Gender-Specific Medicine: ―Women, Men and Stress: Gender-Specific Differences in its Causes, Prevention and the Response to Intervention.‖ Columbia University. September, 25, 2010.

Honorary President, International Congress on Gender-specific Medicine, Vienna, Austria.
Vienna, 2011.

Chairman and Organizer of Annual Symposium of The Foundation for Gender-Specific Medicine: Gender-Specific Medicine After the Age of Darwin: Achievements and Challenges for Biomedical Science in the 21st Century. New York, NY, December 2013.

February 13, 2015: Organizer and Speaker, Johns Hopkins Symposium, Sex Matters: Update in Gender Specific Patient Care. ―Gender-Specific Medicine in the Genomic Era: What Are the Questions and How Do We Find the Answers? ‖ Baltimore, MD.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Original Scientific Articles

1. Legato, MJ, Spiro D, Langer GA: Ultrastructural alterations produced in mammalian
myocardium by variations in perfusate ionic composition. J Cell Biol 37: 1-12. 1968.

2. Legato MJ, Langer GA: The subcellular localization of calcium ion in mammalian

myocardium. J Cell Biol 41: 401-423. 1969.

3. Legato, MJ: The correlation of ultrastructure and function in the mammalian myocardial cell.
Prog Cardiovas Dis 11: 391-409. 1969.

4. Bordiuck JM, Legato MJ, Lovelace RE, Blumen Pompe's disease: electromyographic, electron

microscopic and cardiovascular aspects. Arch Neurol 23: 113-119. 1970.

5. Legato MJ: Sarcomerogenesis in human myocardium. J Mol Cell Cardio 1: 425-437. 1970.

6. Legato MJ: Ultrastructural characteristics of the rat ventricular cell grown in tissue culture,
with special reference to sarcomerogenesis. J Mol Cell Cardiol 4: 731-735. 1972.

7. Legato MJ: The role of Z substance in sarcomerogenesis. J Mol Cell Cardiol 5: 205-206. 1973.

8. Legato MJ: Ultrastructure of the atrial, ventricular and Purkinje cell, with special reference to

the genesis of arrhythmias. Circulation 47: 178-189. 1973.

9. Legato MJ, Bull MB, Ferrer MI: Atrial ultrastructure in patients with fixed intra-atrial block.
Chest 65: 252-261. 1974.

10. Legato MJ, Ferrer MI: Intermittent intra-atrial block: its diagnosis, incidence and implications.

Chest. 65: 243-251. 1974.

11. Legato MJ: Nuclear pores in the human myofiber. J Mol Cell Cardiol 6: 283-284. 1974.

12. New York Heart Association Task Force on Digitalis Preparations: What should the practicing physician know about digoxin bioavailability and how will FDA action affect him? Circulation 49: 399-400. 1974.

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13. Legato MJ: Cellular mechanisms of normal growth in the mammalian heart. I. Qualitative and quantitative features of general ventricular architecture in the dog from birth to five months of age. Circ Res 44: 250-261. 1979.

14. Legato MJ: Cellular mechanisms of normal growth in the mammalian heart. II. Quantitative and qualitative comparison between the right and left ventricular myocytes in the dog from birth to five months. Circ Res 44: 263-279. 1979.

15. Rosen MR: Legato MJ, Weiss RM: Developmental changes in impulse conduction in the

canine heart. Am J Physiol 240: H546-H554. 1981.

16. Hewett K: Legato MJ, Danilo P Jr, Robinson RB: Isolated myocytes from adult canine left
ventricle: Ca2 + tolerance, electrophysiology and ultrastructure. Am J Physiol 245: H830-H839. 1983.

17. Robinson RB, Legato MJ: Maintained differentiation in rat cardiac monolayer cultures:
tetrodotoxin sensitivity and ultrastructure. Am J Physiol 245: 830-839. 1983.

18. Danilo P Jr, Reder RF, Binah O, Legato MJ: Fetal canine cardiac Purkinje fibers:

electrophysiology and ultrastructure. Am J Physiol 246: H250-H260. 1984.

19. Rosen MR, Legato MJ: Repolarization: Physiological and structural determinants and
pathophysiological changes. Eur Heart J 6: 3. 1985.

20. Viamonte VM, Steinberg SF, Chow YK, Legato MJ, Robinson RB, Rosen MR: Phospholipase

C Modulates Automaticity of Canine Purkinje Fibers. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 252 (2): 886-93. 1990.

21. Legato MJ, Weintraub M, McCord G: The Ultrastructure of the Developing Purkinje Fiber in

the Dog Myocardium from Birth to Three Months of Age. J Mol Cell Cardiol. 62: 1991.

22. Rosen MR, Sun L and Legato MJ: Sympathetic Innervation Modulates Impulse Propagation
and Repolarization in the Immature Rat Heart. Cardiovascular Research 27: 459-463. 1993.

23. Legato MJ: The Anatomic Matrix as a Factor in Determining Susceptibility to Lethal

Arrhythmia in a Canine Model of Sudden Cardiac Death. J Mol Cell Cardiol 25: 501-508. 1993.

24. Charpentier F, Legato MJ, Steinberg SF, Cohen IS and Rosen MR: Beta adrenergic modulation of Na/K pump activity in young and adult canine cardiac Purkinje fibers. Amer J Physiol (Heart Circulatory Physiol 40): H706-H712. 1996.

25. Legato MJ, Padus E and Slaughter E: Women's Perceptions of their General Health, With

Special Reference to Their Risk of Coronary Artery Disease: Results of a National Telephone
Survey. Journal of Women's Health 6(2): 189-198. 1997.

26. Kim HE, Dalal SS, Young E, Legato MJ, Weisfeldt ML and D‘Armiento J: Disruption of the myocardial extracellular matrix leads to cardiac dysfunction. Journal of Clinical Investigation 106(7): 857-866. 2000.

27. Lewis BH, Legato M, Fisch H: Medical Implications of the Male Biological Clock. JAMA 296 (19) 23692371. 2006.

28. Basmah Safdar, MD, MSc, John T. Nagurney, MD, MPH, Ayodola Anise, MHS, Holli A.

DeVon, PhD, RN, Gail D‘Onofrio, MD, MS, Erik P. Hess, MD, MSc, Judd E. Hollander, MD, Marianne J. Legato, MD, Alyson J. McGregor, MD, MS, Jane Scott, ScD, MSN, Semhar Tewelde, MD, and Deborah B. Diercks, MD, MSc: Gender-specific Research for Emergency Diagnosis and Management of Ischemic Heart Disease: Proceedings from the 2014 Academic Emergency Medicine Consensus Conference Cardiovascular Research Workgroup. Official Journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 21(12) 1350-1360, December 2014.

Invited Chapters and Reviews

1. Legato MJ: New explorations of the ultrastructure and function of the myocardium. In Changing Concepts in Cardiovascular Disease. Russek HI, ed. Baltimore, Williams and Wilkins Co. 1972. pp. 47-73.

2. Legato MJ: New concepts of cardiac cellular structure and functions. In Pathobiology Annuals. Ioachim HI, ed. New York. Appleton-Century Crofts. 1972. pp. 47-75.

3. Legato MJ: Ultrastructural changes during normal growth in the dog and rat ventricular myofiber. In Developmental and Physiological Correlates of Cardiac Muscle. Lieberman M and Sano T, eds. New York. Raven Press. 1975. pp. 1-27.

4. Legato MJ: The cardiac cell: myocardial cell structure and its relevance to clinical cardiology. In Current Cardiology. Ferrer MI, ed. 1978. pp. 207-233.

5. Legato MJ: Mulieri LA, Alpert NR: Parallels between normal growth and compensatory hypertrophy in the rabbit. In Perspectives in Cardiovascular Research. Vol. 7. Myocardial Hypertrophy and Failure. Alpert NR, ed. New York. Raven Press. 1983. pp. 111-126.

6. Legato MJ: Women and Coronary Artery Heart Disease: Myths and Facts. Coronary Heart Disease Seminar Series; Antonio M. Gotto, Jr., M.D., Phil.D., Program Chairman. HealthScan, Inc. N.J. 1993.

7. Legato MJ: Managing Coronary Heart Disease Risk in Postmenopausal Women. The Female Patient 18:33-44. 1993.

8. Amsterdam EA and Legato MJ: What's Unique About CHD in Women? Patient Care 27:(18) 21-61. 1993.

9. Legato MJ: ed. Women and Coronary Artery Disease. Cardiovascular Risk Factors 4(1) pp. January, 1994.

10. Legato MJ: Cardiovascular Disease in Women: What's Different? What's New? What's Unresolved? In: Forging a Women's Health Research Agenda. Sechzer, JA, Griffin A and Pfafflin S, eds. Annals of New York Academy of Sciences. 736: 147-157. 1995.

11. Legato MJ: Health Care in the United States. A New Focus on Women. Psychologie Heute. August, 1995. pp. 44-50.

12. Legato MJ: Coronary Artery Disease in Women. Int J Fertil 41: 94-100. 1996.

13. Legato MJ: Treatment of Dyslipidemias in Women: Normal Developmental Changes in Serum Lipids. In: Drugs Affecting Lipid Metabolism. Risk Factors and Future Directions. Gotto AM, Jr, Paoletti R, Smith LC, Catapan AL and Jackson AS, eds. Proceedings of XII International Symposium on Drugs Affecting Lipid Metabolism. Giovanni Lorenzini Medical Foundation. Medical Science Symposia Series. Volume 10. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht/Boston/London. 1996.

14. Legato MJ: Hormonal replacement therapy: What's science and what's speculation. What more do we need to know? Baylor University Medical Journal 9: 9-13. 1996.

15. Legato MJ: Gender Specific Physiology: How Real is It? How Important Is It? Int J Fertil 42(1): 19-29. 1997.

16. Legato MJ: Clinical Considerations in the Dyslipidemic Patient. Indications and Strategies for Treatment. Cardiology in Review 5: 2-5. 1997.

17. Legato MJ: Gender Specific Aspects of Obesity. International J Fertil and Women's Medicine 42(3): 184-197. 1997.

18. Legato MJ: Cardiovascular disease in women: Gender-specific aspects of hypertension and the consequences of treatment. Journal of Women‘s Health. 7:(2): 199-209.1998.

19. Legato MJ: Research on the Biology of Women Will Improve Health Care for Men, Too. The Chronicle of Higher Education. May 15, 1998. B4, 5.

20. Legato MJ: Women‘s Health: Not for Women Only. International J Fertil 43(2):65-72, 1998.

21. Legato MJ: The Action of Ovarian Steroid Hormones on Tissues and Organs. Presented at the Giovanni Lorenzini Foundaton‘s Third International Symposium: Women‘s Health and
Menopause. Risk Reduction Strategies. Improved Quality of Health. Florence, Italy. June

13-16, 1998. In: Women‘s Health and Menopause. Risk Reduction Strategies. Improved
Quality of Health. Paoletti R, Crosignani PG, Kenemans P, Wenger NK and Jackson AS, eds. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht/Boston/London. 1999, pp. 39-45.

22. Legato MJ. Is There a Role for Gender-Specific Medicine in Today‘s Health Care Systems? J
Gend Specif Med. April 3(3):12-21, 2000.

23. Legato MJ: Gender and the Heart: Sex-Specific Differences in Normal Anatomy and Physiology. J Gend Specif Med. October 3(7):15-18, 2000.

24. Legato MJ: Dyslipidemia, Gender, and the Role of High-Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol: Implications for Therapy. American Journal of Cardiology 86:(suppl):15L-18L, 2000.

25. Allessie MA, Boyden PA, Camm AJ, Kleber AG, Lab MJ, Legato MJ, Rosen MR, Schwartz
PJ, Spooner PM, Van Wagoner DR and Waldo AL: Pathophysiology and Prevention of Atrial Fibrillation. Circulation 103:769-777, 2001.

26. Legato MJ: The Changing Position of Women in the Medical Marketplace: Women‘s Health
Morphs Into Gender-Specific Medicine. International Journal of Fertility & Women‘s

Medicine. March/April, 2002.

27. Pinn VW, Legato MJ, Manson JE and Goertz C: Women‘s Health and Menopause in
Research and Clinical Practice: Session Summary. Presented at the Giovanni Lorenzini

Foundation‘s Fourth International Symposium on Women‘s Health in Menopause. Washington, DC., May, 2001. In: Women‘s Health and Menopause: New Strategies-Improved Quality of Life. Lobo RA, Crosignani PG, Paoletti R and Bruschi F, eds Medical Science Symposia Series, Volume 17. Dordrecht/Boston/London. Kluwer Academic Publishers. 2002, pp. 373-375.

28. Legato MJ: What is a Good Doctor? In: Inside The Minds: The Art & Science of Being A Doctor. Hughes A, ed. Aspatore Books, Inc. 2002. pp. 121-132.

29. Legato MJ: Beyond Women‘s Health: The new discipline of gender-specific medicine. Editor, F. E. Kaiser, Med Clin N Am 87:2003, W. B. Saunders Co, pp.917-937.

30. Legato MJ: Impact of Gender on the Experience of Coronary Artery Disease.
Editors: Z. BenRafael, G. Creatsas and Z. Shoham. Controversies in Obstetrics Gynecology and Infertility. Oren Publisher Ltd. International Proceedings Division. 2005.

31. Legato MJ: Hormone Therapy in 2005 for Men and Women: Where Are We? Oren Publisher Ltd. International Proceedings Division, pp. 443-502. 2005

32. Legato MJ: How Sex Impacts Normal Human Function and the Experience of Disease. Oren Publisher Ltd. International Proceedings Division, pp. 486-490. 2005

33. Legato MJ: Highlights from the 2005 54th Annual Scientific Session of the American College of Cardiology – Abstracts and Commentary. Clinical Cornerstone, pp.5-6. 2005

34. Legato MJ: Rethinking Gender-Specific Medicine. Women‘s Health. 2(5) 699-703. September 2006. Future Medicine Ltd. London, England.

35. Legato MJ, Gelzer A, GolandR, Ebner SA, Rajan S., Villagra V and Kosowski M. The Writing

Group for the Partnership for Gender Specific Medicine. Consensus Statement. Gender - Specific care of the patient with Diabetes: Review and Recommendations. 3(2) 131-158 June
2006

36. Legato MJ: Sex-Specific Biology of the Gastrointestinal Tract. Optimizing Women‘s Health
Through Nutrition. Lilian U. Thompson and Wendy E. Ward, Editors, CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, pp.13-18, 2008.

37. Legato MJ: The Skewed Sex Distribution in Affective Disorders---A Diagnostic, Social or Biological Problem? Progress in Brain Research. 186(10). December 2010.

38. Legato MJ: Sex-Specific Reporting of Scientific Research---A Workshop Summary, Institute of Medicine of the National Academies, The National Academic Press, Washington DC, August 30, 2011 – pp. 62.

39. Legato MJ: Untying the Gordian Knot: What We Do and Don‘t Know About Gender-Specific Medicine – Keynote Address for the 2014 Academic Emergency Medicine Consensus Conference. Official Journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. 21(12) 1320-1324, December 2014.

40. Legato, MJ: Gender-specific Medicine in the Genomic Era. Clinical Science Nov 19,
2015, 130 (1) 1-7; DOI: 10.1042/CS20150551

41. Miller, VM., Kararigas, G., Seeland, U., Regitz-Zagrosek, V., Kublickiene, K., Einstein, G., Casanova, R., and Legato, MJ: Integrating Topics of Sex and Gender Into Medical
Curricula – Lessons from the International Community. The Author(s) Biology of Sex Differences, 7(Suppl 1):44, DOI 10.1186/s13293-016-0093-7, October 2016.

42. Legato, MJ, Johnson, PA, Manson, JE: Considerations of Sex Differences in Medicine to Improve Health Care and Patients Outcomes. JAMA. E1-E2; Published online October 31, 2016.

Books

1. Legato MJ: The Myocardial Cell for the Clinical Cardiologist. Armonk, NY: Futura. 1973. pp. 179.

2. Legato MJ, ed: The Developing Heart: Clinical Implications of its Molecular Biology and Physiology. Hingham, MA: Martinus Nijhoff. 1985. pp. 256.

3. Legato MJ, ed: The Stressed Heart. Hingham, MA: Martinus Nijhoff. 1987. pp. 339.

4. Legato MJ and Colman C: The Female Heart: The Truth About Women and Coronary Artery Disease. New York, NY: Simon and Schuster. 1992. pp. 276. Winner, Blakeslee Award of the American Heart Association.

5. Legato MJ: Gender-Specific Aspects of Human Biology for the Practicing Physician. Armonk, NY: Futura. 1997. pp. 141.

6. Legato MJ and Colman C: What Women Need to Know: From Headaches to Heart Disease and Everything in Between. New York, NY: Simon and Schuster. 1997. pp. 239.

7. Legato MJ: Eve’s Rib: The New Science of Gender-Specific Medicine and How It Can Save Your Life. Harmony Books, NY. 2002. pp. 258.
8. Legato MJ, ed: Pravastatin Sodium -- Over ten years of experience. A worldwide review of clinical articles from the scientific literature. Preface by John LaRosa, MD. PharmaLibri Publishers, Inc., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. CME credit provided by the University of Cincinnati, Illinois. 2002. pp. 317.

9. Legato MJ: Principles of Gender-Specific Medicine. Academic Press, NY. 2004. Volume I, pp. 1-625 & Volume II, pp. 627-1245.

10. Legato MJ: Why Men Never Remember and Women Never Forget. Rodale Press, NY Fall, 2005.

11. Legato MJ: Why Men Die First. Palgrave-MacMillan, NY. 2008

12. Legato MJ: Principles of Gender-Specific Medicine 3rd Edition: Gender in the Genomic Era. Academic Press, Cambridge. 2017. Pp. 1-770.

13. Legato MJ, Glezerman: The International Society for Gender Medicine: History and Highlights. Academic Press, Cambridge. 2017. Pp. 1-155.

Other Original Articles

1. Legato MJ: The Academic Physician: An Endangered Species. JAMWA 34: 234-236. 1979.

2. Legato MJ: Medicine's Threatened. Op-Ed Page, The New York Times, Sept. 30, 1980. A27, Col 1-4.

3. Legato MJ: The Disappearing Doctors. The Sciences 21: 15-19, 32. 1981.

4. Legato MJ: For Whom Alfred Nobel Created a Pedestal. The New York Times, Oct. 24, 1982. A26, Col. 5-6.

5. Legato MJ: The Physician Scientist: An Endangered Species. USA Today 112: 52-54. July 1983.

6. Legato MJ, ed: Proceedings, Eighth Symposium of the Committee on Medical Education, New York Academy of Medicine. The Academic Physician: An Endangered Species. Bull NY Acad Med 57: 411-502. 1980.

7. Legato MJ, ed: Proceedings, Tenth Symposium of the Committee on Medical Education, New York Academy of Medicine. The Training of Tomorrow's Physicians: How Well Are We Meeting Society's Expectations? Bull NY Acad Med 60(3): 219-309. 1982.

8. Legato MJ, ed: Proceedings, Twelfth Symposium of the Committee on Medical Education, New York Academy of Medicine. Government and Corporate Influences on Patient/Physician Relations. Bull NY Acad Med 62(10). 1986.

9. Legato MJ: The Doctor, The Patient and the Third-Party Payer: Three Begins to be a Crowd. Bull NY Acad Med 62: 956-963. 1986.

10. Legato MJ: Reaching Across the Gender Gap. The Female Patient 18(5): 11,15. 1993.

11. Legato MJ: Between Physician and Patient: Transcending the Love-Hate Trap. The Female Patient 18(6): 11,14. 1993.

12. Legato MJ: Longevity: Whence the Female Advantage? The Female Patient 18(7): 15-16. 1993.

13. Legato MJ: Powerful New Advocates for the Female Patient. The Female Patient 18(8): 11-1993.

14. Legato MJ: The Vanishing Patient. The Female Patient 18(9): 11-12. 1993.

15. Legato MJ: Brave Beginnings: The Women's Health Initiative. The Female Patient 18(10). 1993.

16. Legato MJ: The Ultimate Cost of Health Care Reform. The Female Patient 18(11). 1993.

17. Amsterdam EA and Legato MJ: What's Unique About CHD in Women? Patient Care 27(18): 21-61. 1993.

18. Legato MJ: Pharmaceutical Companies: Allies, not Enemies. The Female Patient 19(1). 1994.

19. Legato MJ: The Bobbitt Trial: What's So Funny? The Female Patient. 19(2). 1994.

20. Legato MJ: The WHI and the IOM: What's All the Fuss About? The Female Patient 19(4). 1994.

21. Legato MJ: Beyond Our Borders: A Report on the Welfare of Women. The Female Patient 19(6). 1994.

22. Legato MJ: Counseling the Adolescent Patient: How Well Equipped Are You? The Female Patient 19(7). 1994.

23. Legato MJ: Women's Health: What Do We Really Know? The Female Patient 19(8). 1994.

24. Legato MJ: Depression and Women: Society or Biology? The Female Patient 19(9). 1994.

25. Legato MJ: When Nobody Knows the Answers. The Female Patient. 19(10). 1994.

26. Legato MJ: The Doctor and Domestic Violence: What's Our Responsibility? The Female Patient. 19(11). 1994.

27. Legato MJ: Stress and Coronary Artery Disease: Is Work Killing Women? The Female Patient. 19(12). 1994.

28. Legato MJ: Research on the Human Embryo: Morally Indefensible or a Boon to Mankind? The Female Patient 20(1). 1995.

29. Legato MJ: Gender differences in physiology: Do differences mean inequality? The Female Patient 20(2): 9-10. 1995.

30. Legato MJ: Estrogen Replacement Therapy: Considering its Effect on Cognitive Function. The Female Patient 20(3). 1995.

31. Legato, MJ: Women and Stress: "Where You Wuz, Mommy?" The Female Patient 20(4). 1995.

32. Legato, MJ: Medical Mistakes: Malpractice or Criminal Behavior? The Female Patient 20(5). 1995.

33. Legato MJ: Being Overweight: A Hopeless Dilemma? The Female Patient 20(6). 1995.

34. Legato MJ: Domestic Violence: Does It Extend to Military Training Programs? The Female Patient 20(7). 1995.

35. Legato MJ: A Vacation? Who has Time? The Female Patient 20(8): 11-12. 1995.

36. Legato MJ: A New Resource for You and Your Patients. The Female Patient. 20(9): 11-12. 1995.

37. Legato MJ: When "Taking a History" Becomes an Impossible Task. The Female Patient. 20(10): 13-14. 1995.

38. Legato MJ: The Institute of Medicine and Women in the Military. The Female Patient 20(11): 13-14. 1995.

39. Legato MJ: Collaborating with Patients: One + One = A Multitude. The Female Patient 20(12): 11-12. 1995.

40. Legato MJ: Preventive Care for Women: How Well Are We -- and They -- Doing? The Female Patient 21(1): 10-11. 1996.

41. Legato MJ: Women and Violence: How Gender Determines Experience. The Female Patient 21(2): 13-14. 1996.

42. Legato MJ: Diseases of Women: Then and Now. The Female Patient 21(3): 11-12. 1996.

43. Legato MJ: Tomorrow The World. The Female Patient 21(4): 11-12. 1996.

44. Legato MJ: Physician-Assisted Suicide: Murder or the Patient's Right to Choose? The Female Patient 21(5): 11-12. 1996.

45. Legato MJ: Testing for the Cancer Gene: Should the Patient Be On Her Own? The Female Patient 21(6): 1-2. 1996.

46. Legato MJ: An Offer Too Good to Refuse? The Female Patient 21(7): 11-12. 1996.

47. Legato MJ: When the Geriatric Patient is a Family Member: Lessons for the Physician. The Female Patient 21(8): 1-3. 1996.

48. Legato MJ: When the "Social History" Enhances the "Present Illness". The Female Patient 21(9): 1-2. 1996.

49. Legato MJ: Thoughts on Making Rounds. The Female Patient 21(11): 11-12. 1996.

50. Legato MJ. Women‘s Health: Not For Women Only. J Gend Specif Med 1(1):7. 1998.

51. Legato MJ. Report of the Task Force on Research on Women‘s Health for the 21st Century: A Personal Overview. J Gend Specif Med 1(1):54-60. 1998.

52. Legato MJ. Belling the Cat: Clinical Investigation in Vulnerable Populations (A Good Idea, but Who‘s Going to Volunteer?). J Gend Specif Med 1(2):12-13. 1998.

53. Legato MJ: Thoughts on Traveling to Israel: Attending the Bi-National Israel-USA
Conference. Promoting Women‘s Health Across Generations. J Gend Specif Med

1(3):12-13. 1998.

54. Legato MJ: Premenopausal or Postmenopausal: What Else Is There? J Gend Specif Med 2(1):12-15. 1999.

55. Legato MJ: Gender-Specific Medicine: Should it Change the Way We Are Doing Business? J Gend Specif Med 2(2):12-15. 1999.

56. Legato MJ: Women‘s Health: Where Are All the Men? J Gend Specif Med 2(3):18-21. 1999.

57. Legato MJ: The Doctor‘s Dilemma: What Should We Expect in the Consulting Room? J

Gend Specif Med 2(4):14-17. 1999.

58. Legato MJ: Drug Trials, Gender, and Dr. Spilker: What Is Fad and What Is Science? J Gend Specif Med 2(5):14-17. 1999.

59. Legato MJ: Thoughts on Genetic Engineering and The Fountain of Youth. J Gend Specif Med 2(6):14-17. 1999.

60. Legato MJ: Peter Singer and Telford Taylor: What Questions Do They Raise For Us All? J Gend Specif Med 3(1):14-18. 2000.

61. Legato MJ: Medicine Then and Now: How Far Have We Come? How Much Farther Will We Go? J Gend Specif Med 3(2):16-20. 2000.

62. Legato MJ: Is There a Role for Gender-Specific Medicine in Today‘s Health Care System? J
Gend Specif Med 3(3):12-21. 2000.

63. Legato MJ: Deciding Right from Wrong: More Complicated Than it Might Appear. J Gend Specif Med 3(4):22-26. 2000.

64. Legato MJ: The NIH and Women‘s Health: Praising and Criticizing the Right Things. J
Gend Specif Med 3(5):16-20. 2000.

65. Legato MJ: The Real Fourth of July Story. J Gend Specif Med 3(6):14-17. 2000.

66. Legato MJ: Gender and the Heart: Sex-Specific Differences in Normal Anatomy and Physiology. J Gend Specif Med 3(7):15-18. 2000.

67. Legato MJ: HRT, HERS, and the Medical Community: Controversies and Confusion OR, What is Truth? said Pilate1. J Gend Specif Med 3(8):12-14. 2000.

68. Legato MJ: Growing Up and Growing Better: The Journal Takes Some Big New Steps. J Gend Specif Med 4(1):9-10. 2001.

69. Legato MJ: Advocates For Men‘s Health: The Newest Voice. J Gend Specif Med 4(2):7-8. 2001.

70. Legato MJ: Emotional Health and Cardiovascular Disease: How Sorrow, Loss, Grief, and Anger Make Us Sick. Primary Psychiatry 8(7):33. 2001.

71. Legato MJ: Does Sex Matter? The Institute of Medicine Answers Yes. J Gend Specif Med 4(3):4-5. 2001.

72. Legato MJ: Notes from New York City. J Gend Specif Med 4(4):6-7. 2001.

73. Legato MJ: The Pharmaceutical Company and the Academic Medical Center: Win-Win or Mutual Exploitation? J Gend Specif Med 5(1):7-9. 2002.

74. Legato MJ: Postpartum Depression and Gender-Specific Justice. J Gend Specif Med 5(2):7-
8. 2002.

75. Legato MJ: The Partnership for Gender-Specific Medicine at Columbia University: What‘s in a Name? J Gend Specif Med 5(3):10-11. 2002.

76. Legato MJ: Rethinking Circumcision: Medical Intervention, Religious Ceremony, or Genital Mutilation? J Gend Specif Med 5(4):8-10. 2002.

77. Legato MJ: Notes from New York City, II: Living on Two Levels. J Gend Specif Med

5(5):8-10. 2002.

78. Legato MJ: HRT, HERS, NIH, WHI: Alphabet Soup? J Gend Specif Med 5(6):10-13. 2002.

79. Legato MJ: Why Do We Need an Association for Gender-Specific Medicine? J Gend Specif Med 6(1):4-6. 2003.

80. Legato MJ: Men, Women, and War: A Physician‘s View. J Gend Specif Med 6(2):6-8. 2003.

81. Legato MJ: Studying Women: Expensive, Risky and Time-consuming: But an intellectual imperative. St. Luke‘s Alumnae Bulletin, Spring 2003.

82. Legato MJ: Are ―Facts‖ in Medicine Fads and Fashions? The Changing Landscape of the

Estrogen Story and Its Heroes. J Gend Specif Med 6(3):4-6, 2003.

83. Legato MJ: When the Doctor Needs a Doctor. J Gend Specif Med 6(4):11-13, 2003.

84. Legato MJ: The Secret to Better Communication: Understanding the Differences Between Male and Female Brains. The Bottom Line. April 2006.

85. Legato MJ: The Weaker Sex. OpEd page, New York Times. June 17, 2006. A13

86. Legato MJ: From Gender to Genomics: Achievements and Challenges in Sex-Specific
Science. Hastings Women‘s Law Journal, Winter 2012.

Gender Medicine Editorials

1. Legato MJ. Dr. Vivian W. Pinn‘s Decade at the Office of Research on Women‘s Health:

Reaping a Rich Harvest. Gender Medicine 1 (1): 2-4, August 2004.

2. Legato MJ. Gender-Specific Medicine: The View from Salzburg. Gender Medicine

1 (2): 61-63, December 2004.

3. Legato MJ. Never Again? Gender Medicine 2 (1): 1-3, March 2005.

4. Legato MJ: Men, Women and Brains: What‘s Hardwired, What‘s Learned and What‘s
Controversial. Gender Medicine 2(2): 59-61, June 2005.

5. Legato MJ: A Year of Accreditation, Collaboration and Setting Standards-Landmarks for the Partnership and Gender Medicine. Gender Medicine 2(3): 119-120. September 2005.

6. Legato MJ: New Challenges for Statins: What the Public Can, or Should, Be Told. Gender Medicine 2(4): 185-188. December 2005.

7. Legato MJ: The 1st World Congress on Gender-Specific Medicine: Report from Berlin. Gender Medicine 3(1): 1. March 2006.

8. Legato MJ: But What About Men? Gender Medicine 3(1). 2-4. March 2006

9. Legato MJ: Balancing the Three-Legged Stool: Which Faculty Are Most Important in Our Academic Medical Centers? Gender Medicine 3(2). Pp 71-72. June 2006

10. Legato MJ: On the Voyage of the Beagle and Other Great Adventures. Gender Medicine 3(3). 159-160. 2006.

11. Legato MJ: The Plot Thickens. Gender Medicine 3(4). 243-245. December 2006.

12. Legato MJ: Janus, Armageddon, and Genomics: Thoughts on Entering the New Year. Gender Medicine 4(1). 1-2. March 2007.

13. Legato MJ: The Tip of the Spear. Gender Medicine 4(2). 87-88. June 2007.

14. Legato MJ: Manipulating the Genome, Enhancing Humans, and Creating Robots to Keep

Us Company: Thoughts on What‘s ―Human.‖ Gender Medicine 4(3). 185-186. September 2007.

15. Legato MJ: The Silent Male: How Much Do We Really Care About Men? Gender Medicine 4(4) 285-287. 2007.

16. Legato MJ: Sex and Society: The Journal Takes a Look at their Interaction. Gender Medicine 5(1). 1-2. March 2008.

17. Legato MJ: Gender and Sleep – ―Morning Came, As It Always Does.‖ Gender Medicine

5(2). 107-109. June 2008.

18. Legato MJ: The Food and Drug Administration: An Agency Under Siege. Gender Medicine 5(3). 197-199. September 2008.

19. Legato MJ: The Secret to Keeping Men Healthy. Bottom Line Health. November 2008.

20. Legato MJ: Doctor Atomic and Doctor Genomic. Gender Medicine 5(4). 351-3 Dec. 2009.

21. Legato MJ: Physician Suicide: Unnecessary Losses, Gender Medicine 6(1) 247-248. April 2009.

22. Legato MJ: The Genomic Era ―It‘s Just The Way I Am‖ Gives Way To ―Look At What I Might Become!‖ Gender Medicine 6(3) 400-1 September 2009.

23. Legato MJ: ―Making Sense of Scent‖ Gender Medicine 6 (4) December 2009.

24. Legato MJ: ―Father of the Genetic Code: Thoughts on the Life and Death of Marshall Niremberg‖ Gender Medicine 7(1) February 2010.

25. Legato MJ: ―Living in the ‗Zero Years‘: The Brave New World of 21st Century Science‖
Gender Medicine 7(2) April 2010.

26. Legato MJ: ―Sailing the Sea of Synthetic Biology: Dr. Ventor and the Sorcerer II‖ Gender

Medicine 7(3) June 2010.

27. Legato MJ: ―Off With the New and On With the Old: Rediscovering Digoxin‖ Gender

Medicine 7(4) August 2010.

28. Legato MJ: ―The Allostatic Load: How Stress Makes Us Sick‖ Gender Medicine 7(5)

October 2010.

29. Legato MJ: ―What Makes Us Ourselves? Formulating the Answer is a Work in Progress‖

Gender Medicine 8(1) January 2011.

30. Legato MJ: ―‘The Biological Sex-or-Gender?‘ Debate: ‗Everything flows, nothing stands still. Nothing endures but change.‘‖ Gender Medicine 8(2) April 2011.

31. Legato MJ: ―The Complex Dance Between Parent and Child: The Sex of All Three Modifies Phenotype‖ Gender Medicine 8(3) June 2011.

32. Legato MJ: ―The Homosexual and Transgendered Individual: Deviant or Part of the Normal Human Continuum‖ Gender Medicine 8(4) August 2011.

33. Legato MJ: ―Worlds Within Worlds: The Human Microbiome‖ Gender Medicine 8(5)
October 2011.

34. Legato MJ: ―Prometheus and the Heaven Scenario: Progress and Challenges in 21st Century Science‖ Gender Medicine 8(6) December 2011

Gender and the Genome Editorials:

1. Legato MJ: “Gender and the Genome: A New Journal for the 21st Century” Gender and the Genome 1(1) March 2017.

2. Legato MJ: “Sending Icarus into Space (and Getting Him Safely Back Home Again)” Gender and the Genome 1(2) June 2017.

Original Films

1. Legato MJ, Livingston J and Goldberg S: Affirmations. Produced for the Department of Medicine, The Roosevelt Hospital. New York. 1978.

2. Legato MJ, Livingston J and Goldberg S: Second Chance. Produced for the New York Heart Association. New York. 1979.

3. Legato MJ: Shattering the Myths: Women and Coronary Artery Disease. Produced by Augusta Associates. 1994. Winner, Best-in-Category in Women's Health, International Medical Film Festival, 1995.

Personal Appearances: 1991-2014
(Past Engagements, Current and Future Invitations)

1991

November 12, 1991: Keynote Address at the Long Island Heart Council's "Women With Heart‖

1992

January 11-17, 1992: Book tour to Portland, Oregon; Los Angeles, California; Cleveland, Ohio; Chicago, Illinois and New York City, New York. The tour involved over forty television appearances, radio interviews and magazine and newspaper interviews.

January 22, 1992: Keynote Address: ―Why Women? Why Now?" for the symposium, "Meeting the

Health Care Needs of Women: Developing a Funders' Agenda", sponsored by Women and Foundations/Corporate Philanthropy, New York City.

March 11, 1992: "Women's Health and The Female Heart": address to Members of the Health Care Executive Forum, New York City.

March 25, 1992: Testimony for the Governor's Interagency Workgroup on Women's Health. New York City.

March 28, 1992: "National Strategies for Women and Heart Disease". Delivered as part of the American Heart Association Westchester Putnam Region's Third Annual Symposium on Women and Heart Disease. Putnam County, New York.

April 2, 1992: "The Truth About Women and Coronary Artery Disease". Delivered as part of the 1992 Heart Center Symposium of the Providence Heart Center, Seattle, Washington.

April 22, 1992: "How To Maintain a Healthy Heart". The New York Times luncheon address.

May 8, 1992: "Women at Risk: The Silent Epidemic of Coronary Artery Disease". Luncheon address delivered as part of the symposium, "What Every Woman Should Know About Heart Disease" sponsored by the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation and Abbott Northwestern Hospital, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

May 20, 1992: "Cardiovascular Risk in African American and Hispanic Women". Delivered as part of the American Heart Association, New York State Affiliate symposium, "Issues of Cardiovascular Risk in Minorities", Tarrytown, New York

June 12, 1992: Major appearance on 20/20 (ABC-TV) on a segment dealing with women and heart disease focusing on Doctor Legato's new book, The Female Heart.

June 25, 1992: Keynote speaker, Board Meeting of the National Health Council, Washington, D.C.

August 29-30: Luncheon speaker on women and heart disease for "Facets of You" sponsored by Hadassah, Dayton Ohio Chapter. Dayton, Ohio.

October 8, 1992: "The Female Heart"; first session of the Women on Women lecture series at North Shore University Hospital-Cornell University Medical College, Long Island, New York.

October 14, 1992: Opening presentation, "Partners in Heart Health Promotion", sponsored by the New York State Department of Health Healthy Heart Program, Old Forge, New York.

October 15, 1992: "The Female Heart: The Truth About Women and Coronary Artery Disease":
Luncheon seminar sponsored by St. Vincent's Medical Center, New York, New York.

October 20, 1992: Keynote Address, "Communicating With the Female Patient: How Successful Are We?" Conference, "50 years of Pap Screening: Milestones and Missions: Sponsored by SmithKline Beecham Clinical Laboratories and the American College of Gynecology and Obstetrics.

October 22, 1992: "The Female Heart and the Male Heart From a Medical Point of View". Lecture sponsored by the Friends of St. Luke'sRoosevelt., New York City, New York.

October 24, 1992: Three hour lecture for laypeople on "The Normal Female Heart and How It Works". Sponsored by American Heart Association, New York State Affiliate, Inc., Mid-Hudson Region.

October 28, 1992: Guest speaker, Long Island Heart Council's Annual Membership Dinner.

Hicksville, New York.

October 29, 1992: Keynote address for "Women Can Have It All. Including Heart Disease: Women and Heart Disease Conference, Sponsored by the American Heart Association. Dutchess Region. Poughkeepsie, New York.

November 10, 1992: "Negotiating the Medical System.‖ Lecture sponsored by the Women's

Organization for Wellness of the Long Island Heart Council, Inc. Jericho, New York.

November 10, 1992: "Women and Coronary Heart Disease." Electronic Seminar sponsored by the Association of State and Territorial Chronic Disease Program Directors, Albany, New York

November 14, 1992: ―Cardiovascular Risk in African American & Hispanic Women." Part of a symposium, "Issues of Cardiovascular Risk in Minorities‖ sponsored by the American Heart Association, New York State Affiliate, Inc., Tarrytown, New York.

November 15, 1992. "Women and Heart Disease: Shattering the Myths". Symposium, Dyslipidemia in Special Patient Populations. Sponsored by Baylor College of Medicine. New Orleans, Louisiana.

November 17, 1992: "Women's Health Issues in the 90's.‖ 50th Anniversary Symposium of

Fairleigh Dickinson University: "Critical Issues in Health Care". Rutherford, New Jersey.

December 5, 1992: Participant in cholesterol consultants‘ conference of Parke Davis. New York, New York.

December 8, 1992: "Women and Coronary Artery Disease." Lecture to Women's National Republican Club. New York, New York.

December 14, 1992: Participant in symposium, "Pharmaceutical Research and Special Populations", sponsored by the Institute for Alternative Futures. Washington, D.C.

1993

February 3, 1993: "Women at Risk: The Silent Epidemic of Coronary Artery Disease,‖ evening address to laypeople and luncheon seminar for employees of Honeywell. Visit and conferences sponsored by the Minneapolis Heart Institute. Minneapolis, Minnesota.

February 7, 1993: "Women and Heart Disease" for a professional audience and presentation later in the day to a lay audience. Sponsored by Bellin Hospital, Green Bay, Wisconsin.

February 12 and 14, 1993: "Women and Heart Disease"; presentation as part of symposium, "Advances in Cardiology" and luncheon address to laywomen about women and heart disease on February 14. Sponsored by Porter Memorial Hospital. Denver, Colorado.

February 17, 1993: Lecture on women and coronary artery disease. Sponsored by the Heart Institute, St. Francis Medical Center. Trenton, New Jersey.

February 22, 1993: Luncheon and dinner presentations to lay audiences sponsored by Jackson Madison County Hospital, Jackson, Tennessee.

February 24, 1993: "Gender Bias in the Treatment of Women for CAD.‖ Program sponsored by St.

Joseph's Medical Center. South Bend, Indiana.

February 25-27,1993: Two presentations: "Women and Heart Disease" to a professional audience and a second to a professional audience at the Eighth Annual Symposium, ―Current Issues in Women's Health‖ jointly sponsored by the Stutter Center for Women's Health of Stutter Memorial Hospital and the American Medical Women's Association, Mother Lode Chapter, Sacramento, California.

March 2, 1993: Featured TV appearance, 15 minute segment interview by Doctor Timothy Johnson, on Good Morning America.

March 20, 1993: Keynote address: "Stress: How Do Women Experience It and What Is It Doing to Their Hearts?" Part of fourth annual symposium for women and men, "Heart Sense Not Nonsense," sponsored by the American Heart Association. Westchester/Putnam, Purchase, New York.

March 27, 1993: "Cardiovascular Disease in Women: A New Focus". Part of a symposium, "Issues in Lipid Education in the 1990's: Therapeutic Considerations." Sponsored by Bristol-Myers Squibb U.S. Pharmaceutical Division.

March 31, 1993: "Women and Heart Disease: part of symposium, "The Women's Health Challenge:

Take the Initiative". Sponsored by the University of Houston. Houston, Texas

April 15, 1993: Lecture on women and coronary artery disease to laywomen sponsored by the Joan H. Michelson Women's Resource Center, Akron, Ohio.

April 16, 1993: Moderator, Workshop on women's health. Sponsored by the 13th National Conference for Women in Business. New York, New York.

April 21, 1993: Participant in a panel discussion, "Women's Health Issues After 40" sponsored by the New York Junior League. New York, New York.

April 22, 1993: ―The Truth About Women and Coronary Heart Disease." Scarsdale Women's

Club. Scarsdale, New York.

April 22-25, 1993: Shooting in New York City of Video. "A Woman's Heart": a one hour PBS Special produced by Terra Nova Television and VAS Communications in association with the Arizona Heart Institute. Screening date: Fall, 1993.

April 26, 1993: Panelist in "The Missing Half: Improved Health Care for Women," 44th Annual Conference of the Council on Foundations. Dallas, Texas.

May 6, 1993: "Heart Disease and The Older Adult." Part of conference, "Ounce of Prevention" sponsored by the State of New Hampshire Department of Health. Concord, New Hampshire.

May 8, 1993: "Trends in Health Care: What Women Need" as part of conference, "To Your Health! A Conference for Women of All Ages" sponsored by the North Shore University Hospital. Long Island, New York.

May 12, 1993: Keynote address: "Shattering the Myth". Part of symposium, "A Woman's Heart: How We're Different, Why It Matters, What We Can Do About It. First Annual St. Paul Women's Health Seminar. HealthEast and American Heart Association, joint sponsors. St. Paul, Minnesota.

May 13, 1993: Guest appearance on television show, "The Exchange", Cablevision of Connecticut.

Norwalk, Conn.

May 21, 1993: "The Female Heart". Presentation at 45th Annual Meeting and Scientific Session, Maryland Academy of Family Physicians. Ocean City, Maryland.

May 24, 1993: Presentation to Women's Bar Association about health issues for women. Sponsored by Women's Bar Association, New York, New York.

June 1, 1993: Presentation at National Health Forum: "Health For Women in the 21st Century," sponsored by the National Health Council and Warner Lambert.

June 2, 1993: Panelist and presenter in Plenary Session Iv, Aging in a New Millennium. Symposium, "Health for Women in the 21st Century", sponsored by the National Health Council. Washington, D.C.

June 13, 1993: Keynote address, ―Why Women? Why Now? A Physician's Perspective." 1993 Annual Kickoff, American Heart Association, New York State Affiliate, North Syracuse, New York.

June 23, 1993: "Women and Heart Disease". Allard K. Lowenstein Public Library. Long Beach, New York.

August 10, 1993: Panelist, American Women's Economic Development Association. Hotel Macklow. 145 West 44th Street, New York, NY.

August 14, 1993: "Stress and Heart Disease.‖ Lecture sponsored by St. Clara's Church, Kingston, New York and the American Heart Association, New York State Affiliate, Mid-Hudson Region.

September 9-10, 1993: Presentation on women and heart disease to lay audience and two presentations to professional audiences: "Coronary Artery Disease in Women: An Overview" and "Dyslipidemias in Women." Omaha, Nebraska.

September 13, 1993: Long Island Business Women's Association, Long Island.

September 30, 1993: Two scheduled presentations to professional audiences: "Women and Heart Disease: Shattering the Myths" and "The Woman at Risk." Cardiac Rehabilitation Symposium sponsored by the Eastern Maine Medical Center. Bangor, Maine.

October 2, 1993: Chairman, retreat of Task Force/Professional Advisory Council, Women's Heart Research Foundation. Rye, New York.

October 6, 1993: Invited lecture on women and heart disease as part of 22nd Annual Cardiac Symposium sponsored by Borgess Medical Center, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

October 8, 1993: Women and Heart Disease: Annual Conference of the American Heart Association local chapter; cosponsored by the Catholic Medical Center; physicians. Waterville Valley Convention Center, Waterville Valley, New Hampshire

October 15, 1993: Meeting of study group, Women's Health Decision Making. Center for Women Policy Studies. Washington, D.C.

October 24-26, 1993: Afternoon session, "The Female Heart" for laywomen; speaker, Grand Rounds for physicians; featured speaker for American Heart Association dinner for health care professionals. Sponsored by Porter Memorial Hospital. Denver, Colorado.

October 28: St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital: "Women and Heart Disease".

November 2, 1993: Keynote address, Women's Health Conference, Albany Marriott Hotel. "Total
Woman: Body, Mind and Spirit". Keynote address after luncheon; breakout session.

November 7, 1993: Invited lecturer, symposium being prepared in connection with 66th annual scientific session of the American Heart Association and Baylor College of Medicine. Atlanta, Georgia.

November, 1993: Visiting Professor and lecturer on heart disease in women: part of the "Women's Health Course in the Graduate School of Health Sciences: Issues in Women's Health: Epidemiology Gender and Prevention." New York College of Medicine.

November 12, 1993: Appearance on Good Morning America: Discussing Women and Stress.

December 20,1993: Boston University Medical Center. Grand Rounds, Department of Medicine, Boston, MA

1994

January 29, 1994. Pima Heart Associates. Tucson, Arizona. Keynote speaker, "Cardiovascular Disease and Women‖ Seminar.

January 31-February 1, 1994: Houston North West Medical Center: Houston, Texas. Three sessions, one for physicians, another for nurses and a third for the community.

March 2, 1994: American Heart Association, New York Affiliate. Keynote Address: "The Truth About Women and Coronary Artery Disease," New York Business Group on Health, Inc.

March 14, 1994: New York State Division for Women, the Women's Legislative Caucus, New York State Attorney General's Office sponsoring the 1994 Women's Legislative Conference, Albany, N.Y. Invited Participant.

March 19, 1994: Norman Regional Hospital. ―Healthy Living for Women: Why Women are Different". Day long program, in which Dr. Legato was the sole speaker and discussion leader. Talks included an overview and historical perspective of women and women as patients, an exploration of the doctor patient relationship and a discussion of women, cardiovascular disease and estrogen replacement therapy after menopause.

March 24, 1994: Women and Heart Disease. Part of a program sponsored by the Long Island
Rehabilitation Association: ―Equity Equality and Equanimity: The Current State of Women's 
Health."

April 12, 1994: Appearance on panel on the Impact of Health Care Reform on Women. Junior League of New York, sponsoring organization.

April 18, 1994: Invited panelist at forum, "Clinical Crossfire: Challenges in Hypertension‖.

Sponsored by Parke Davis; N.Y.C.

April 29, 1994: Keynote luncheon address on women and health: Northeast Area Conference of the American Society of Women Accountants. Loews Hotel, New York City.

Special feature, "A Woman's Heart": appearance in an hour long television documentary on women and heart disease. Terra Nova. Spring, 1994.

May 19, 1994: Seniors Celebrate Wellness Conference. Sponsored by the New Hampshire Division of Public Health. Presentations: ―The Doctor Patient Relationship" and "Shattering the Myths: The Truth About Women and Cardiovascular Disease."

July 14, 1994: Program Director and Co-chair, "Woman's Health Issues in the Mid-Life and Mature Years.‖ Sponsored by Bristol Myers Squibb Company. Speeches: "Women and Cardiovascular Disease: Focus on Heart Disease.;" Closing overview of women's health issues in the last part of the 20th century: what will be the contributions of The Women's Health Initiative and the Office of Research on Women's Health?"

August 4, 1994: Repeat and expansion of previous Bristol Myers Squibb conference on women's health in the midyears and beyond; Chairman.

September 11, 1994: Appearance on "Weekend Today in New York" (NBC): "Stress, The Hidden Health Hazards".

September 13, 1994: "Healthy Living For Women: Why Women Are Different.‖ Exeter Hospital, Exeter, NH.

September 21, 1994: "Women and Heart Disease." Presentation at medical grand rounds. Akron General Medical Center.

October 12, 1994: invited (by Matilda R. Cuomo, First Lady, State of New York) appearance at the
New York State International Year of the Family Governor's Conference: "Heart Disease and

Tobacco: Getting to the heart of the matter."

October 13, 1994: Invited appearance to deliver lecture, "Healthy Living for Women: Why Women are Different." Jefferson Regional Medical Center, Pine Bluff, Arkansas.

October 22, 1994: "The Female Heart." Good Samaritan Hospital, Oak Brook, Ohio.

October 22, 1994: 30 minute appearance (only guest) with Dick Wolfie on "The Talk Show" discussing gender prejudice in health care.

October 26, 1994: Appearance as an invited expert guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show discussing gender prejudice in health care.

October 27, 1994: Speaker, ―The Current Approaches to Women‘s Health and Wellness.‖ Junior League Membership Meeting.

[November 1, 1994: "Coronary Artery Disease: The Leading Killer of Women." Part of course: Women's Health: Taking Charge, sponsored at the New School by the Commonwealth Fund's Commission Women's Health. (Conflict; could not accept the invitation).]

November 1, 1994: Three lectures on Stress and the Heart to professional and lay audiences. The Heart Care Center, Waukesha Hospital, Milwaukee, WI

November 4, 1994: "11th Annual Cardiovascular Symposium: Women & Heart Disease.‖ St.

Francis Regional Medical Center. Wichita, KA.

1995

January 9, 1995: Present Status of Health Care in the United States: Advisor to committee on Community Advisory Council of The Junior League of New York.

February 5-7, 1995: Featured presentation to executives and scientific research teams of Procter and Gamble: "Why Women's Health?"; one of principal organizers of a conference on women's health; Cincinnati, Ohio.

February 23, 1995: "Women and Cardiovascular Disease." Part of symposium, "Women's Primary Health Care Issues: Accepting the Challenge." Bristol-Myers Squibb Lipid Education Faculty Program. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

April 13, 1995: ―Women and heart disease.‖ Morristown Hospital, Morristown, N.J.

June 23-25, 1995: One of the invited organizers and faculty leaders of the "Primary Care Conference and Annual Clinical Update" sponsored by Tufts University School of Medicine, Office of Continuing Education. Invited to make three presentations:

1. Risk Factors for Coronary Artery Disease in Women and Estrogen Replacement Therapy (workshop)

2. Meet the Professor: Risk Factors for Coronary Artery Disease in Women
3. Future Issues in Women's Health: Closing address to plenary session

June 27-28, 1995: Invited speaker, Third Annual Congress on Women's Health. Washington, D.C.:
"Coronary Artery Disease in Women.‖ Plenary Session IV.

September 11, 1995: "Hormone Replacement Therapy: Risks and Benefits.‖ Women's Health

Seminar Committee of the Office of Research on Women's Health: NIH, Washington, D.C.

September 19, 1995: ―Healthy Living for Women: Why Women are Different.‖ St. Vincent Medical Center. Toledo, Ohio.

September 20, 1995: Cedars Sinai Hospital, Los Angeles. Invited speaker, Dedication of Chair in Women's Health. "Women and Heart Disease" and breakout session on stress.

October 8, 1995: Oncology Update 1995: Tulane University Medical Center, Tulane Cancer
Center. "The Science of HRT: What We Know and Do Not Know.‖

October 16-18, 1995: NIH (Washington, D.C.) Study Section: study section member, reviewing grants for merit and funding priority on medical issues bearing on women's service in combat during wartime.

October 25, 1995: American Heart Association, Poughkeepsie; Holiday Inn, Fishkill, New York. "Women and Coronary Artery Disease."

October 25-30, 1995: World Foundation for Medical Studies in Women's Health. Co-chair of Primary Care Conference. LaCosta, California. "Cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease across the Lifespan."

November 3, 1995: American Heart Association, West Palm Beach, Florida. Women and Heart Disease Seminar. Keynote speaker.

November 8, 1995: XII International Symposium on Drugs Affecting Lipid Metabolism. Sponsored by Baylor College of Medicine and The Giovanni Lorenzini Medical Foundation. "What Are the Criteria For Treatment of Dyslipidemia in Women?"

November 17, 1995: Women's Health Issues For the Middle Years and Beyond. Seminar at Baylor College of Medicine. "Heart Disease in Women."

December 1, 1995: Invited participant, Healthy Girls/Health Women Collaborative supported by Ms. Foundation for Women.

December 7, 1995: Women's Primary Healthcare Issues: Accepting the Challenge. Sponsored by American Medical Women's Association: "Coronary Artery Disease: What's Different About the Female Patient?" Worcester, Massachusetts.

1996

January 21-23, 1996: Invited reviewer for Defense Women's Health Extramural Proposals, sponsored by the United States Army Medicine Research and Materiel Command. Participated

in reviewing grants on two study sections: Clinical and Experimental Therapeutics and Respiratory and Applied Physiology.

February 14, 1996: Opening of Karen Yontz Women's Cardiac Center, Milwaukee, WI. "Women and Coronary Artery Disease."

July 11, 1996: Invited reviewer for Office of Research on Women's Health of the NIH: ORWH REAP Nominations for funding by NIH study sections.

May 7-8, 1996: 14th Annual Cardiology Seminar on Women and Heart Disease II. Bellin Hospital, WI.

September 16, 1996: American Menopause Foundation's New York Annual Menopause
Symposium: "Your Heart at Menopause."

September 17, 1996: Grand Opening, Karen Yontz Women's Cardiac Awareness Center.

September 26-28, 1996: Co-chair of symposium, "Women's Health Research in the 21st Century: the Next Dimension." Co-sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Medical College of Pennsylvania and the Office of Research on Women's Health, National Institutes of Health.

October 5, 1996: Panelist, "Rediscovering the Fountain of Youth"; International Women's Forum.

1996 Global Conference and Gala. Boston, MA.

October 24-27, 1996: Co-chair: Second Annual Conference of the World Foundation for Medical Studies in Female Health. San Antonio, Texas.

1997

February 22, 1997: "Hormonal Replacement Therapy and Coronary Artery Disease in the Female Patient." Symposium, "Evolving Concepts in the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease.‖ Rush Presbyterian St. Luke's Medical Center. Rush University. Albuquerque, NM.

February 27, 1997: "Gender Differences in the Diagnosis, Treatment and Prognosis of Heart Disease." The Seventh Annual Women and Family Heart Health Conference. American Heart Association. Austin, Texas.

March 1, 1997: "Women and Heart Disease." Symposium, "Evolving Concepts on the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease." Columbus, Ohio. Rush Presbyterian St. Luke's Medical Center.

March 4, 1997: Keynote speaker, women and health. Women's Health Forum. The Women's National Republican Club. New York City.

March 7-8, 1997: "Gender Specific Needs for Women In Medicine." First International Congress for Women in the Health Care System. Vienna, Austria.

April 4-7, 1997: Co-chair, Setting the Research Agenda for Women's Health. Office of Research for Women's Health.

April 23-25, 1997: Co-chair of session of Women and Heart Disease. Fourth International Symposium on Multiple Risk Factors in Cardiovascular Disease. Washington, D.C. Conference organized by Doctor Claude Lenfant and Professor R. Paoletti (Milan) of the Giovanni Lorenzini Medical Foundation.

May 8, 1997: Women and Heart Health Conference. American Heart Association. Arlington Memorial Hospital. Arlington, Texas.

May 12-13, 1997: Co-chair, Women and Heart Disease seminar. International Society of Heart Failure. Washington, D.C.

May 20, 1997: Keynote speaker, Cincinnati YWCA Academy of Career Women of Achievement.
Cincinnati, Ohio.

June 11-13, 1997: Co-chair, Regional meeting, Setting the Agenda for Women's Health Research.

New Orleans, LA; Office of Research for Women's Health.

June 23, 1997: Chair, Women‘s Health Satellite Symposium, Fifth Annual Congress on Women=s Health. Washington, DC.

July 14-15, 1997. Keynote speaker, National Conference of Hadassah.

July 21-23, 1997: Co-chair, Regional meeting, Setting the Agenda for Women's Health Research.

Albuquerque, NM. Office of Research for Women's Health, National Institutes for Health.

September 18-19, 1997: Keynote Speaker, Maintaining & Improving Women‘s Health / Healthcare in the U.S. Northeast Medical Center, Concord, NH.

October 8, 1997: Keynote Speaker at Cardiology Day at White Plains Hospital, White Plains, NY.

October 22, 1997: Keynote Speaker, Fourth Annual Cardiology Workshop, Columbia University.

October 23-26, 1997: Co-chair, Symposium on primary care of the female patient. Miama, Fla.

World Federation for Female Health.

November 1, 1997: Speaker in Panel Discussion on Channel 13-WNET as part of their “Women’s Health Day’” New York, NY.

November 4, 1997: Speaker, Procter & Gamble Year-End Meeting Spouse Program, Cincinnati, OH.

November 17 -18, 1997: Co-chair, Regional meeting, Setting the Agenda for Women's Health Research. Bethesda, MD. Office of Research for Women's Health, National Institutes for Health.

November 20, 1997: Keynote Speaker, ―The Relevance of Gender to Better Health for Everyone,‖ sponsored by McCarter & English and Bristol-Myers Squibb Company. Short Hills, NJ.

December 4, 1997: Speaker, ―The Basket of Opportunities in Women‘s Health‖ Introductory Session in Conference, ―Emerging Investment and Market Opportunities in Women‘s Health,‖ sponsored by Global Business Research. Philadelphia, PA.

1998

January 29, 1998: Speaker. Medical Grand Rounds, "Women‘s Unique Experience of Coronary Artery Disease." SUNY Health Sciences Center, Brooklyn, NY.

February 19, 1998: Keynote Luncheon Speaker. ―The Commercial Value of Women‘s Health‖ Union Bank of Switzerland‘s Women‘s Health Conference. New York, NY.

February 20-22, 1998: Speaker. ―Future Escape Weekend,‖ sponsored by Procter & Gamble, Norwich Inn and Spa, Norwich, CT.

February 27, 1998: Keynote Speaker. Task Force on the NIH Women‘s Health Research Agenda

for the 21st Century, Final Report, Beyond Hunt Valley. Office of Research on Women‘s Health, NIH, Bethesda, MD.

March 7, 1998: Speaker. American Heart Association, ―The Gender Gap‖ Symposium, Bethlehem, PA.

March 13-15, 1998: Speaker. Speaking of Women‘s Health program and luncheon sponsored by the Health Alliance of Greater Cincinnati and Procter & Gamble. Cincinnati, OH.

March 16, 1998: Speaker. Thought Leaders Meeting on Testosterone Patches for Women, ―Women‘s Health Perspectives.‖ Sponsored by Procter & Gamble and Theratech. Cincinnati, OH.

March 21, 1998: Keynote Speaker. CME program on AWomen and Heart Disease at St. Vincent‘s Charity Hospital. Independence, OH.

March 24, 1998: Luncheon Speaker. Ladies‘ Home Journal Health Luncheon, Rainbow Room.

New York, NY.

April 4, 1998: Speaker. Heart Disease in Women: A Primary Care Perspective Symposium, ―Hormone Replacement Therapy and Heart Disease.‖ The Academy of Medicine of New Jersey, Philadelphia Marriott, Philadelphia, PA.

April 8, 1998: Grand Rounds. Good Samaritan Hospital, ―Gender Specific Medicine for the Practicing Physician.‖ Luncheon Speaker, Mercy Hospital Women‘s Health Center, Cincinnati, OH.

April 30-May 1, 1998: Co-Chair. International Symposium on Gender and Depression, sponsored by the Partnership for Women‘s Health at Columbia. New York, NY.

May 2, 1998: Speaker. Simmons College Graduate School of Management Alumnae Development Conference, ―Women & Leadership - Changing the World.‖ Boston, MA.

May 7-8, 1998: Advisory Committee on Research on Women‘s Health, Office of Research on Women‘s Health, NIH, Bethesda, MD.

May 15, 1998: Keynote Speaker. New York Women‘s Agenda for Women‘s Health Program, New York Hilton Hotel, NY, NY.

May 28, 1998: Speaker. Second Women & Heart Health Conference on Coronary Artery Disease and Estrogen: What‘s Real, What‘s Myth and What About Me? Arlington Memorial Hospital, Arlington, TX.

June 13-16, 1998: Speaker. Third International Symposium on ―Women‘s Health and Menopause: Risk Reduction Strategies - Improved Quality of Health,‖ sponsored by Italian National Campaign on Women‘s Health and Menopause and organized by Giovanni Lorenzini Medical Science Foundation. Florence, Italy.

June 18-20, 1998: Keynote Speaker. International Women‘s Media Foundation, ―What‘s Killing Women Throughout the World‖ sponsored by Wyeth-Ayerst Pharmaceuticals, Manila, Philippines.

June 21-24, 1998: Chair. Sixth Annual Congress on Women‘s Health, sponsored by the Journal of Women‘s Health and the Society for the Advancement in Women‘s Health Research. Washington, D.C.

June 24, 1998: Speaker. ―Women‘s Health Care Symposium - Major Advancements in Women‘s Health Care,‖ The Plaza Hotel, New York, NY.

June 29, 1998: Personal appearance “Good Day New York” Channel 5 with Donna Hanover. Discussion of Women in Health Care. Why are women receiving second rate health care? How can they empower themselves to receive the proper care?

July 12-15, 1998: Speaker, Hadassah‘s 84th National Convention ―Women at Risk.‖ Workshop, July 13th, ―Life Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.‖ New York Hilton, New York, NY.

July 28, 1998: Speaker, ―Women At Risk‖ Editors‘ Roundtable Luncheon, sponsored by Bristol-Myers Squibb Company. Overview on ―Women and Heart Disease and Stroke.‖ Millennium Broadway Hotel, New York, NY.

September 15-16, 1998: National Arrhythmia Board Meeting, Azimilide Supraventricular Arrhythmia (SVA) clinical trials, sponsored by Procter & Gamble, Ritz Carlton Hotel, Amelia Island, Florida.

September 18, 1998: Speaker. Third Annual ―Women and the Environment‖ conference entitled ―Joining Our Different Voices: Media and Medicine Explore the Effects of Media Images on Girls and Women‘s Health‖ Heinz Foundation. Hynes Auditorium, Boston, MA.

September 25, 1998: Keynote Speaker. Speaking of Women‘s Health seminar. Endorsed by The Women‘s Fund of Indianapolis, sponsored by Procter & Gamble. Indianapolis Convention
Center, Indianapolis, IN.

September 26, 1998: Keynote Speaker. Women and Heart Conference. Summit Medical Center, joint program with the American Heart Association, Oakland, CA.

October 2, 1998: Keynote Speaker. Dialogue‘s in Women‘s Health Conference, Sharonville

Convention Center, Cincinnati, Ohio.

October 2-3, 1998: Panelist. Alliance for Better Bone Health, The Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York, NY.

October 8, 1998: Roundtable. National Women‘s Health Resource Center, Disease Prevention for Women in the New Millennium, The Rainbow Room, New York, NY.

October 10, 1998: Keynote Speaker. Speaking of Women‘s Health Foundation, sponsored by Procter & Gamble. Kansas City, Missouri.

October 18-21, 1998: Keynote Speaker. ―The Female Heart‖ American Academy of Insurance Medicine, Grand Hyatt on Union Square, San Francisco, CA.

October 22, 1998: Speaker. Omaha Town Hall, Healthy Living for Women: Why Women Are Different, Omaha, NE.

October 23-25, 1998: Member. Alliance Osteoporosis Board, Actonel Data presented. Vail Cascade Hotel and Club, Vail, CO.

October 30, 1998: Speaker. Third Annual New Women: New Leadership Symposium. Panelist on the ―Women‘s Health Panel.‖ The Plaza Hotel, New York, NY.

November 2, 1998: Keynote Speaker. Society for the Advancement of Women‘s Health Research, Annual Update on Women‘s Health: Discoveries and Implications, Sheraton City Center, Washington, DC.

November 2-3, 1998: Keynote Speaker. First Annual Conference on Rural Women‘s Health, sponsored by The Pennsylvania State University Colleges of Medicine, Health & Human Development and Agricultural Sciences. Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel, State College, Pennsylvania.

November 7-8, 1998: Keynote Speaker. First Annual National Symposium on Women‘s Health, American Osteopathic Association, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Chicago, IL.

November 12, 1998: Panel Discussion. Women‘s Health: Progress and Future: A Symposium, Commission on Women‘s Health, Commonwealth Health Fund, Cosmos Club, Washington, DC.

November 13, 1998: Co-chair. Helping Girls Become Strong Woman Symposium, sponsored by Procter & Gamble, Secret and Nike Brands. San Jose Convention Center, San Jose, CA.

November 14, 1998: Co-chair. Roundtable, Emotions and Cariovascular Disease, sponsored by Procter & Gamble and Downy Brand. The Clift Hotel, San Francisco, CA.

November 16, 1998: Member, Advisory Committee, Office of Research on Women‘s Health, National Institutes of Health, Washington, DC.

December 1-3, 1998: Speaker. Workshop, Health of Senior Women. Promoting Women‘s Health Across Generations, Bi-National Israel-U.S.A. Conference. Jerusalem Hilton Hotel, Jerusalem, Israel.

December 17-20, 1998: Chairman. World Foundation for Medical Studies in Female Health.

Marriott Marquis Hotel, New York, NY.

1999

January 15, 1999: Speaker. Women‘s Wellness Expo, sponsored by Target Stores and Procter & Gamble, Minneapolis, MN. (inclement weather, unable to attend)

January 23, 1999: Keynote Speaker. Speaking of Women‘s Health. Sponsored by Procter & Gamble and KTEH Public Television. San Jose, CA.

February 8, 1999: Keynote Speaker. Strategic Research Institute, Positioning and Segmenting Strategies for Women. Marriott Marquis Hotel, New York, NY.

February 18-19, 1999: Grand Rounds. Society of Medical Educators, University of Chicago, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Chicago, IL.

February 24, 1999: Speaker. Kroger Stores, sponsored by Procter & Gamble, Anthem, Blue Cross/Blue Shield. Cincinnati, OH.
March 1, 1999: Speaker. International Women‘s Health Conference: Crossing Borders into the 21st Century. University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA.

March 11, 1999: Speaker. Women at Risk Lecture Series ―Gender Specific Medicine: Mars and Venus Revisited,‖ Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, Comprehensive Breast Service. New
York, NY.

March 17, 1999: Appearance, Good Day New York: Discussing Gender Research.

March 18-19, 1999: Keynote Speaker. Speaking of Women‘s Health. Sponsored by Procter & Gamble and Kroger Stores. Cincinnati, OH.

March 20, 1999: Keynote Speaker. Morton Plant Women‘s Resource Center, Morton Plant Hospital. Clearwater, FL.

March 23, 1999: Speaker. Stuyvesant Advanced Science Seminars Spring 1999, Stuyvesant High School, Department of Chemistry/Physics. New York, NY.

March 28-April 1, 1999: Speaker. Eighth International Congress on Cardiovascular
Pharmacotherapy ―Hypertension in Women - Do They Benefit From Treatment.‖ Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

April 7, 1999: Speaker. Marketing Healthcare to Women. Sponsored by Wyeth Ayerst and Healthcare Resources Group, Inc. Klemptner Advertising Agency, New York, NY.

April 15-16, 1999: Panel Speaker. San Francisco Mayor‘s Summit for Women, Moscone Center.

San Francisco, CA.

April 17, 1999: Regional Osteoporosis Board Meeting, Risedronate fracture and Corticosteroid-Induced Osteoporosis data presented. Stanhope Hotel, New York, NY.

April 19-20, 1999: National Arrhythmia Board Meeting, Ritz-Carlton Hotel. Palm Beach, FL.

April 25, 1999: Keynote Speaker. Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Baltimore Chapter of Hadassah ―Women with Heart.‖ Pikesville, MD.

April 26-27, 1999: Luncheon Speaker. United HealthCare Annual Medical/Clinical/Quality Meeting. Minneapolis, MN.

April 28, 1999: Speaker. Albertson‘s Stores, sponsored by Procter & Gamble. Dallas, TX.

April 30, 1999: Co-Chair. Gender and Human Sexuality Conference, sponsored by Procter & Gamble and the National Institutes of Health. National Press Club, Washington, DC.

May 1, 1999: Panel Speaker. National Council for Families and Television Summit on Entertainment and Girls in the 21st Century, Who Cares About Girls? The Beverly Hills Hotel, CA.

May 4-8, 1999: Speaker. Tenth World Congress on Human Reproduction, the International Academy of Human Reproduction, ―Effects of Sexual Steroids on Valcular Wall.‖ Sponsored by Wyeth-Ayerst Pharmaceuticals. Bahia Convention Center, Salvador, Bahia, Brazil. Speaker. Brazilian Climacteric Society Symposium, ―Ovarian Steroids and Their Effect on Tissue: Clinical Aspects of HRT.‖ Bahia Convention Center, Salvador, Bahia, Brazil.

May 8, 1999: Keynote Speaker. Speaking of Women‘s Health Foundation. Sponsored by Procter & Gamble. St. Louis, MO.

May 15, 1999: Keynote Speaker, ―What‘s Killing Women Around the World,‖ New York State Division Annual Meeting ―Take Off to 2000‖ International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP). Wyndham Garden Hotel, East Elmhurst, NY.

May 17, 1999: Keynote Speaker. Marketing Women‘s Healthcare: Capturing Mind-share for Marketshare, sponsored by Working Woman. Marriott Marquis, New York, NY.

May 21, 1999: Keynote Speaker. Women in Government - Addressing Women‘s Health for the Next Millennium, ―Health Issues Facing Women In the 21st Century.‖ The Ritz Carlton Hotel, Amelia Island, FL.

May 25, 1999: Speaker. ―Importance of Gender in the Future of Patient Care.‖ Astra Pharmaceuticals, Wayne, PA.

June 12, 1999: Keynote Speaker. Speaking of Women‘s Health, sponsored by Procter & Gamble and Detroit Public Television. Detroit, MI.

June 24, 1999: Speaker. Women‘s Health Seminar Series ―HRT: Don‘t Oversimplify.‖ Mazur Auditorium, Office of Research on Women‘s Health, Bethesda, MD.

July 25, 1999: Keynote Speaker. The 85th Hadassah National Hadassah Convention, Healthy Women, Healthy Lives. Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington, DC.

July 26, 1999: Keynote Speaker. National Conference of State Legislators (NCSL) Women‘s

Network Meeting. Eli Lilly and Company Corporate Center, Indianapolis, IN.

September 2-7, 1999: Co-Chair, The Prevention of Atrial Fibrillation, Le Mas Du Langoustier, Ile de Porquerolles, France.

September 11, 1999: Keynote Speaker. Speaking of Women‘s Health, sponsored by Procter &

Gamble and KLRN public television. San Antonio, TX.

September 13-14, 1999: Chair. 1999 Annual Update on Gender Specific-Medicine. Sea World Convention Center, Orlando, FL.

September 26, 1999: Panel Speaker. National Conference of Women‘s Legislator‘s Lobby. Hotel

Washington, Washington, DC.

September 29, 1999: Speaker. Women‘s Health Matters ―Tracking the Benefits of a Women‘s Health Program throughout the Group Practice.‖ Sponsored by Cline, Davis & Mann, Inc.
Windsor Court Hotel, New Orleans, LA.

October 1, 1999: Speaker. First Annual Southern Regional Conference, Women in Government ―Under-Recognized Diseases In Women.‖ Ritz Carlton Naples, Naples, FL.

October 3, 1999: Keynote Speaker. Speaking of Women‘s Health. Sponsored by Procter & Gamble and the Health Alliance of greater Cincinnati. The Houstonian, Houston, TX.

October 6-7, 1999: Speaker. Cardiology Planning Review and Continuing Medical Education ―The Implications of Gender-Based Medicine for the Practicing Physician.‖ Sponsored by Goodroe & Company. Northside Hospital. Atlanta, GA.

October 8-9, 1999: Keynote Speaker. Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP) 1999 Educational Conference, Managed Care Pharmacy 2000: Pursuing the Opportunities of Tomorrow. ―Gender-Specific Medicine: Understanding the Clinical Differences Between Men and Women for Effective Pharmaceutical Care Delivery.‖ Atlanta Marriott Marquis, Atlanta, GA.

October 14-16, 1999: Chair. Fifth Annual Conference on Women‘s Health. Sponsored by the World Foundation for Medical Studies in Female Health, ―Gender Specific Issues and Cardiovascular Health‖ and ―Gender and Obesity.‖ San Francisco Marriott, San Francisco, CA.

October 21-22, 1999: Keynote Speaker. Second Yale Conference Annual Women‘s Health and

Fitness, ―Women‘s Health: Where Are All The Men?‖ Omni Hotel, New Haven, CT.

October 22-24, 1999: Speaker. CVS Quality Natural Medicine Advisory Council. Sponsored by Snyder Healthcare Communications Worldwide. Le Pavillon, New Orleans, LA.

October 26, 1999: Keynote Speaker. The New View of Medicine: Managed Care and Gender-Specific Medicine. Sponsored by Procter & Gamble and Anthem. ―Management of Menopause.‖ Doubletree Hotel, Louisville, KY.

November 2-3, 1999: Keynote Speaker. 1999 Women‘s Health Conference, Women‘s Health: Trends vs. Trendy. ―Importance of Gender-Specific Medicine.‖ Springfield Renaissance Hotel, Springfield, IL.

November 19, 1999: Secret to Self-Esteem Symposium. Sponsored by Secret Brand, Procter & Gamble and Partnership for Women‘s Health at Columbia. Lubbock, TX.

December 9-10, 1999: Keynote Speaker. Marketing Healthcare to Women Conference.
Sponsored by Working Mother Magazine. San Francisco, CA.

December 10-11, 1999: Speaker. SNELL Medical Communication Summit Meeting. The New York Palace Hotel, New York, NY.

2000

January 7-9, 2000: Speaker. Building Osteoporosis National Education Summit (BONES). Boca Raton Resort and Club, Boca Raton, Florida.

January 21, 2000: Speaker. National Women‘s Health 2000 Conference. Sponsored by the Health Communication Research Institute, ―Women and Heart Disease.‖ Radisson Hotel, Sacramento, CA.

January 25, 2000: Speaker. The Future Healthcare Consumer, New York, NY.

January 27, 2000: Keynote Sepaker. MultiCare Center for Healthy Living. Sheraton Tacoma, Tacoma, WA.

February 5, 2000: Speaker. Plavix Primary Care Advisory Board. Sponsored by Bristol-Myers Squibb and Sanofi Pharmaceuticals. Phoenix, AZ.

February 12, 2000: Keynote Speaker. Annual Cardiac Care Lecture. Sponsored by Legacy Health

Systems. ―Shattering the Myths: The Truth About Women & Heart Disease.‖ Portland, OR.

February 20, 2000: Keynote Speaker. Women and Heart Disease Symposium, Hinsdale Hospital.
Oak Brook Marriott Hotel, Oak Brook, IL.

February 23, 2000: Keynote Speaker and Chair. Women‘s Heart Foundation Conference. New Jersey Hospital Association, Princeton, NJ.

February 27-March 3, 2000: Guest Presenter and Lead Participant. Fourth Annual Women‘s Health Dialogue. Sponsored by Hadassah-Israel and the Israel Association for the Advancement of Women‘s Health. Jerusalem, Israel.

March 11, 2000: Roundtable Discussion. Menstruation & Health. Sponsored by Procter & Gamble. Cincinnati, OH.

March 18, 2000: Appearance, Today Show, Weekend Edition: Discussing Hormone Replacement Therapy in Women with Established Coronary Artery Disease (ERA Trial).

March 23-26, 2000: Speaker. HDL-Cholesterol ―Reaching Concurrence‖ Regional Meeting.

SNELL Medical Communications, Inc. Chateau Whistler Resort, Whistler, British Columbia.

March 27, 2000: Keynote Speaker. Institute of Medicine. Committee on Understanding the Biology of Sex and Gender Differences. Washington, DC.

April 2-3, 2000: Speaker. Women Heart Advisory Board Meeting. Washington, DC.

April 12, 2000: Keynote Speaker. Connecticut State Department of Health, Cromwell, CT.

April 6-9, 2000: Speaker. HDL-Cholesterol ―Reaching Concurrence‖ Regional Meeting. SNELL Medical Communications, Inc. The Ritz-Carlton Amelia Island, Amelia Island, FL.

April 14, 2000: Keynote Speaker. Women‘s Health 2000 and Beyond. Sponsored by the Michigan State Medical Society. Novi Hilton, Novi, MI.

April 24-28, 2000: Speaker. Kaiser Permanente National Primary Care Conference. Kauai Marriott in Lihue, Kauai, HI.

April 29, 2000: Keynote Speaker. Speaking of Women‘s Health. Sponsored by Procter & Gamble.

Grand Hyatt Hotel, New York, NY.

May 18, 2000: Keynote Speaker. Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation. Benson Center at Bethel College, Minneapolis, MN.

May 19, 2000: Keynote Speaker. Speaking of Women‘s Health. Sponsored by Procter & Gamble.

Columbus, OH.

May 24, 2000: Keynote Speaker. Women‘s Health Summit 2000. Moving Women‘s Health Issues To the Forefront. AW@ Hotel, New York, NY.

June 7, 2000: Panel Discussion. Beijing Plus Five Women‘s Health Day, ―Focus on Women‘s Health Around The World.‖ Hunter College, New York, NY.

June 22, 2000: Healthology Webcast taping “Gender-Specific Health Issues” at HBO Studios, 23rd Street, New York.

August 4-6, 2000: Speaker. Bayer Corporation Advisory Board Meeting, ―Dyslipidemia Gender and the Role of Lipids,‖ Greenbrier Resort, White Sulphur Spring, WV.

August 22, 2000.: Speaker. Women In Government ―The Seventh Annual Midwestern Legislators Conference‖ Symposium. The American Club, Kohler, WI.

September 9-11, 2000: Speaker. Office of Research on Women‘s Health 10th Anniversary ―A Decade in Progress.‖ National Institutes of Health. Mazur Auditorium, Bethesda, MD.

September 12-13, 2000: Speaker. Women‘s First Today, Center for Women‘s Health at The Toledo Hospital. Toledo, OH.

September 21, 2000: CIGNA HealthCare Regional Medical Leadership Meeting. Hyatt Regency Chicago, Chicago, IL.

October 1, 2000: “Strong Women” Series on Lifetime TV. Discussing Aging and Body Image.

October 4, 2000: Speaker. Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic Women‘s Health Symposium.
Belmont Inn, Baltimore, MD.

October 12-14, 2000: Scientific Chair. World Foundation for Medical Studies in Female Health.

Hotel Intercontinental, New Orleans, LA.

October 20-22, 2000: New Dimensions in Cholesterol Control: A Curriculum Development Meeting. Sponsored by MediVia and Sankyo Pharma. Loews Philadelphia Hotel, Philadelphia, PA.

October 24, 2000: CIGNA HealthCare Medical Executive‘s Conference. The Westin Westminster Hotel, Westminster, CO.

October 26-27, 2000: Chair. Second Annual Update on Gender-Specific Medicine, ―The Impact of Gender on Patient Care in the New Millennium.‖ Roosevelt Hotel, New York, NY.

November 15, 2000: WCBS FM Radio with Susan Evans, Morning Anchor “Dialog 101:
Discussing Partnership Symposium AImpact of Patient Care in the Millennium.”

November 22, 2000: ABC News and Lifetime TV “Perception vs. Reality.” Discussing what is the number one killer of women.

2001

January 15-17, 2001: Speaker. CVS/pharmacy Health Care Marketing. CVS/pharmacy Headquarters, Woonsocket, RI.

January 31, 2001: Avon Global Women‘s Health and Well Being Advisory Board Meeting. Avon Global Headquarters, New York, NY.

February 9-11, 2001: CVS/pharmacy Quality Natural Medicine Advisory Board Meeting. Westin Hotel, Providence, RI.

February 16, 2001: Keynote Speaker. Holy Name Hospital‘s Third Women‘s Conference, The Female Heart, sponsored by Gender Sciences, Inc. Marriott Hotel, Teaneck, NJ.

February 22, 2001: Women‘s Health Symposium. Sponsored by the Health Science Center for Continuing Medical Education. Videotaped at WML office in New York.

February 23-25, 2001: Advisor on Cholesterol: Helping Industry Explore Venues for Education (ACHIEVE) Advisory Board Meeting. Sponsored by Bayer and SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals. Wyndham El Conquistador Resort, Las Croabas, Puerto Rico.

February 28, 2001: NIH Roundtable Discussion on Gender Analysis. Lawton Chiles International House, Bethesda, MD.

March 23 -24, 2001: Spring 2001Regional Osteoporosis Board Conference. Alliance for Better Bone Health. The W Hotel, New York, NY.

April 6-7, 2001: The X and Y: Current Topics in Gender-Specific Medicine. Harvard Medical School, Department of Continuing Education. Royal Sonesta Hotel, Cambridge, MA.

April 9, 2001: Real Age Scientific Advisory Board Meeting. Center on Aging and Health, Baltimore, MD.

April 29, 2001: Keynote Speaker. Women with Heart Symposium, sponsored by Hadassah.

Pikesville Senior High School, Pikesville, MD.

May 19, 2001: Keynote Speaker. Women‘s Health Meeting, sponsored by Kaiser Permanente.
Ritz Carlton Hotel, Pentagon City (Arlington), VA.

May 19-23, 2001: Keynote Speaker. Fourth International Symposium Women‘s Health and

Menopause New Strategies, Improved Quality of Life. Giovanni Lorenzini Medical Foundation. Washington Hilton and Towers, Washington, DC.

June 11-12, 2001: External Reviewer. Centre for Research in Women‘s Health (CRWH), five year review. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

June 15-17, 2001: Moderator. Advisors on Cholesterol: Helping to Initiate and Explore Venues for Education (ACHIEVE) Regional Consultants Meeting. The Waldorf Astoria, New York, NY.

June 22-23, 2001: Speaker. Exploring New Options in Hormone Replacement Therapy. Consensus Meeting sponsored by Solvay Pharmaceuticals, Inc. The Atlantis Hotel, Paradise Island, Bahamas.

July 11, 2001: Speaker. Health Fair. Sponsored by Procter & Gamble. La Collina, Philadelphia, PA.

October 10, 2001: Keynote Speaker. Mills-Peninsula Women‘s Health Council ―kick-off‖ event. Sponsored by Mills-Peninsula Hospital Foundation. Peninsula Golf and Country Club, San Mateo, CA.

October 30, 2001: Speaker. Mini Medical School Course on Women‘s Health. Sponsored by the Smithsonian and the National Institutes of Health. Washington, DC.

November 2-3, 2001: Keynote Speaker. First Senior Women‘s Health Symposium. California Medical Association Foundation. Sponsored by Procter & Gamble Healthcare Consumer Institute. San Mateo Marriott, San Mateo, CA.

November 12, 2001: Keynote Speaker. McMillan Lecture. Centre for Research in Women‘s Health. Toronto, Canada. (by video conference because NY airports closed)

December 2-3, 2001: Keynote Speaker and Symposium Organizer. The 110th Anniversary Celebration - Center for Health Care and Public Concern. Tokyo, Japan.

December 17-19, 2001: Chair. 2001 Annual Clinical Conference. Sponsored by the World Foundation for Studies in Female Health. New York Hilton Hotel and Towers, New York, NY.

2002

January 9, 2002: CBS TV Iyanla Show. Discussing “Women’s Health” issues.

January 25, 2002: Speaker. Conference on Women‘s Health. Sponsored by the National Council for Families & Television. The Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hills, CA.

February 1, 2002: Awardee ―Woman of the Year in Science.‖ American Medical Women‘s

Association 86th Annual Meeting. Adams Mark Hotel, San Antonio, TX.

February 19-20, 2002: Keynote Speaker. Eighth Annual Cardiac Symposium. Sponsored by the NorthEast Medical Center Cardiology Services. Concord, NC.

March 15, 2002: Keynote Speaker. ―Why Women & Why Now?‖ Goldman Sachs & Company, New York, NY.

March 20, 2002: Panelist. Summit on Women‘s Health. Sponsored by National Council for Families and Television, Johnson & Johnson and Lluminari. Museum of Television & Radio, New York, NY.

April 6, 2002: Keynote Speaker. 2002 Women‘s Wellness Conference. The Miriam Hospital, Providence, RI.

April 16, 2002: Keynote Speaker. Committee on Understanding the Biology of Sex and Gender Differences. Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden.

April 22-23, 2002: Chair. Third Annual Update on Gender-Specific Medicine. U.S. Chamber of Commerce Building, Washington, DC.

May 10, 2002: WABC-TV Eyewitness News. Mother’s Day Special. Discussing “Heart Disease” with patient Jean Horgan.

May 14, 2002: Panelist. The State of Health in the Workplace. Sponsored by Lluminari, Inc.
Irvine Auditorium, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.

May 28, 2002: Speaker. CVS/pharmacy Diversity Event. Women‘s Health Issues, Gender-Specific Medicine. CVS/pharmacy Headquarters, Woonsocket, RI.

May 29, 2002: Panelist. New York Junior League Community Advisory Council. Women‘s Health.
Sponsored by Hunter College, New York, NY.

June 18, 2002: WABD, “Eyewitness News Up-Close” LIVE “Eve’s Rib” and Gender-Specific Medicine.

June 18, 2002: WBAI Radio, “Natural Living” LIVE “Eve’s Rib” and Gender-Specific Medicine.

June 20, 2002: NBC B Today Show, promoting new book “Eve’s Rib” and Gender-Specific Medicine.

June 20, 2002: Interview with Frank Field, “Eve’s Rib” and Gender-Specific Medicine.

June 24, 2002: Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical, Inc. Cardiology Advisory Board Meeting. Four Seasons Hotel, Atlanta, GA.

June 25, 2002: WNYC/New York & Company, “The Leonard Lopate Show” LIVE “Eve’s Rib” and Gender-Specific Medicine.

July 16, 2002: WOR, “The Joan Hamburg Show” – “Eve’s Rib” and Gender-Specific Medicine.

July 30. 2002: WNYE, 91.5 FM, NPR “Talk of the Nation” LIVE “Women’s Health Series, Part I: Lingering Misconceptions and Emerging Medical Research” discussed “Eve’s Rib” and Gender-Specific Medicine. Drs. Marianne Legato and Vivian Pinn.

August 6, 2002: Luncheon Speaker. 2002 Project Health Care Lecture. Bellevue Hospital, ER Resident‘s Library/Conference Room, New York, NY.

August 12, 2002: KBOO 90.7 FM Radio “Health Watch” LIVE (Portland, OR) “Eve’s Rib” and Gender-Specific Medicine.

August 21, 2002: Wisconsin Public Radio LIVE “Conversations with Kathleen” on “Eve’s Rib” and Gender-Specific Medicine.

August 22, 2002: WBRI-AM Radio on Health Care (Indianapolis, IN) on “Eve’s Rib” and Gender-Specific Medicine.

August 29, 2002: KOOP, 91.7 FM “The Liberated Space” LIVE (Austin, TX) on “Eve’s Rib” and Gender-Specific Medicine.

September 4, 2002: WABC-TV, interview Dr. Legato and patient, Jean Horgan, about the Yale Study

September 10, 2002: Keynote Speaker, Luncheon. Overview of the Partnership and Gender-Specific Medicine. Johnson & Johnson Company. Mr. Bill Nielsen, Public Relations meeting and McNeil Consumer & Specialty Pharmaceuticals. Johnson & Johnson Boardroom, New Brunswick, NJ.

September 15, 2002: WLNG Radio, “Jacques and Jan Live” on “Eve’s Rib” and Gender-Specific Medicine.

September 19, 2002: WKGNU Radio, “Live at Penny Lane” (Louisville, CO) on “Eve’s Rib” and Gender-Specific Medicine.

October 1, 2002: Speaker. FORTUNE Most Powerful Women in Business Summit. New York Stock Exchange, New York, NY.

October 4-6, 2002: Albany Associates in Cardiology, St. Peters Hospital Physicians Teaching Day.

Sagamore Hotel, Lake George, NY.

October 9-10, 2002: Keynote Speaker. Fifth Annual CEO Summit, The Corporate State. Four Seasons Hotel, New York, NY.

October 9, 2002: WFSS-FM Radio, “Women’s Voices, Women’s Lives” on LIVE local NPR (North Carolina) “Eve’s Rib” and Gender-Specific-Medicine.

October 18, 2002: CUNY TV Studio Taping. Host - Dr. Frances Horowitz, President of CUNY Graduate Center. “Eve’s Rib” and Gender-Specific Medicine.

October 19, 2002: Speaker. Temple University CME Symposium ―Improving Clinical Outcomes for Women: Update on Cardiovascular Disease Management in Women.‖ Adams Mark Hotel, Philadelphia, PA.

October 21, 2002: Speaker. Women‘s Health Scientific Interest Group (WHSIG), Office of Research on Women‘s Health, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD.

October 22, 2002: Speaker. Luncheon at Hadassah, Hewlett Chapter. ―Eve‘s Rib‖ at the Woodmere Club, Woodmere, Long Island, NY.

November 4, 2002: Consultant for ―Women‘s Center‖ at Jewish Hospital Medical Center East,

Louisville, KY.

November 8, 2002: Speaker. The Business Leadership Council ―Composing your life: Embracing Personal Choice.‖ Wellesley College Collins Cinema, Wellesley, MA.

November 11, 2002: Donohue MSNBC “Medical Issues that Affect Women” with Dr.

Sidney Wolf LIVE (New York, NY) on “Eve’s Rib” and Gender-Specific Medicine.

November 19, 2002: Bob Considine Show “HRT and the HERS Study” and “Eve’s Rib” and Gender-Specific Medicine.

November 20, 2002: Speaker. Women‘s Health Dialogue. Sponsored by the Federal Drug Administration and the Office of Women‘s Health. National Institutes of Health, Humphrey Building, Bethesda, MD.

November 25, 2002: KPFA-FM Radio, “About Health” LIVE (San Francisco Bay, CA) on “Eve’s Rib” and Gender-Specific Medicine.

December 3, 2002: Debra Ray Show, Healthy Talk Radio LIVE (Clearwater, FL) on “Eve’s Rib” and Gender-Specific Medicine.

2003

January 6-7, 2003: Speaker. Science Meets Reality: Recruitment and Retention of Women in Clinical Studies, and the Critical Role of Relevance. Office of Research on Women‘s Health, National Institutes of Health. Wardman Park Hotel, Washington, DC.

February 11, 2003: Keynote Speaker. ―Women First‖ Program, Northside Hospital. Camerron City Club, Roswell, GA.

February 13, 2003: Keynote Speaker. American Heart Association. Fairmont Hotel, New Orleans, LA.

February 19, 2003: Lluminari Expert Network Meeting, Sky Club, Metlife Building, New York, NY.

February 24, 2003: Keynote Speaker. American Legacy Foundation Luncheon, Four Seasons Hotel, Los Angeles, CA.

March 1, 2003: Speaker. World Health Organization, Kobe Centre, Women and Health Programme. Kobe, Japan.

March 5, 2003: Panelist. Women‘s Athenaeum, Sociosomatic Medicine. Ritz-Carlton Hotel, New York, NY.

March 17, 2003: Keynote Speaker. Wellness Series Luncheon, Women‘s Health and Heart Disease. AstraZeneca, Wilmington, DE.

March 19, 2003: Panel Moderator. Women‘s Health Initiative: Team Rounds. New York Presbyterian Hospital, Clark Conference Center, New York, NY.

March 31, 2003: WOR Radio, “The Joan Hamburg Show” with Judith Shapiro, President of Barnard College to discuss upcoming Barnard Summit.

April 4, 2003: Keynote Speaker. Parent Teacher Council of Scarsdale, Heathcote School, Scarsdale, NY.

April 5, 2003: Speaker. The Barnard Summit, Women & Health. LeFrak Gymnasium, Barnard College, NY, NY.

April 5, 2003: WFAS Radio - Dr. Harris Stratyner “Here’s to Your Good Health” in Westchester, NY, discuss upcoming 92nd Street Y “Women’s Health” Symposium.

April 13, 2003: Keynote Speaker. Fourth Annual Women‘s Health Symposium ―Women, Men and Medicine: Sex Matters‖ at the 92nd Street Young Men‘s & Young Women‘s Hebrew Association, New York, NY.

June 14, 2003: Keynote Speaker. Southeast Alabama Medical Center, Dothan, AL.

August 1, 2003: Speaker. Women‘s Heart Health Symposium. Sponsored by the Foundation for the Advancement of Cardiac Therapies. Ross School, East Hampton, NY.

August 18, 2003: Speaker. Aspen Center for Integrative Health‘s Third Annual Prevention Symposium. ―Gender-Specific Medicine: The Truth About Men and Women‘s Heart Disease.‖ Sponsored by Lluminari, Inc., Aspen, CO.

September 9, 2003: Speaker. Helen Goldberg Memorial Lecture. University of Missouri, Columbia, MO.

September 19, 2003: Speaker. New York Business Group. Sponsored by Lluminari, Inc., New York Marriott Financial Center, New York, NY.

September 20-21, 2003: Chair. Fourth Annual Conference on Gender-Specific Medicine. Embassy Suites, New York, NY.

September 22, 2003: Ninth Annual Menopause Symposium. Intercontinental/Barkley Hotel, New York, NY.

October 1, 2003: Keynote Speaker. Gender-Based Medicine in Cardiovascular Disease. Bristol Myers Squibb, Lawrenceville, NJ.

October 10, 2003: Speaker. Susan B.Anthony Conversations, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY.

October 29, 2003: Keynote Speaker. Symposium on Women and Heart Disease. Somerset Medical Center, Somerville, NJ.

October 30- November 1, 2003: Speaker. Louisville Lung Cancer Symposium, Jewish Hospital Heart and Lung Institute, Louisville, KY.

November 18, 2003: Speaker. Johnson & Johnson meeting. Sponsored by Lluminari, Inc. New Brunswick, NJ.

December 3, 2003: Speaker. Foundation for Women‘s Wellness. Home of Mr. & Mrs. Walentas, Brooklyn, NY.

2004

January 12, 2004: Speaker. Healthcare Executive Forum, New York Medical College, Griffis Faculty Club, New York, NY.

January 14, 2004: Panelist. Women in Medicine. College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University, Faculty Club, New York, NY.

January 26, 2004: Keynote Speaker. Woman‘s Media Group, at the ―21‖ Club Restaurant, New York, NY.

February 3, 2004: Keynote Speaker. ―Women and Heart Disease‖ Bronson Methodist Hospital.

Radisson Hotel, Kalamazoo, MI.

February 12, 2004: Taping with Host Suzanne Roberts “Seeking Solutions with Suzanne” national TV series (Philadelphia, PA for CNN and regional airing). Topic: Gender-Specific Medicine.

February 24, 2004: Keynote Speaker. Women‘s Forum on Women‘s Health. Pfizer Conference Center, NY, NY.

February 26, 2004: Keynote Speaker. Summa Health Systems. Akron City Hospital Professional Center South, Akron, OH.

March 12-14, 2004: Speaker. Inauguration Symposium, Gender-Specific Medicine Research Society. Tokyo, Japan. March 15, 2004. Meet with doctors at Pfizer in Japan.

April 17, 2004: 2004 Oprah Tour ―Hi, Gorgeous‖ sponsored by Lluminari, Inc. in San Diego, CA.

April 22, 2004: Science Advisory Council. Sulzberger Hall, Barnard College, New York, NY.

April 23, 2004: Keynote Speaker. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Research Symposium ―Influence of Sex Specificity and Gender on Musculoskeletal Health.‖ Hunt Valley Marriott, Hunt Valley, Maryland.

April 24, 2004: 2004 Oprah Tour ―Hi, Gorgeous‖ sponsored by Lluminari, Inc. in Atlanta, GA.

May 4, 2004: Keynote Speaker. American Heart Association ―Women with Heart‖ Luncheon.

Tournament Players Club at Jasna Polana, Princeton, NJ.

May 5, 2004: Keynote Speaker. Women‘s Heart Advantage Conference ―Matters of the Heart‖ Breakfast. Cole Auditorium, Greenwich Hospital, Greenwich, CT.

May 8, 2004: 2004 Oprah Tour “Hi, Gorgeous” sponsored by Lluminari, Inc. in Kansas City, MO.

May 15, 2004: Keynote Speaker. New York State Division Annual Meeting ―Building Bridges to Success‖ International Association of Administrative Professionals7. Crowne Plaza LaGuardia Hotel, East Elmhurst, NY.

May 19, 2004: Speaker. Human Resources of New York, ―A Day of Seminars.‖ New York Helmsley Hotel, New York, NY.

May 22, 2004: 2004 Oprah Tour “Hi, Gorgeous” sponsored by Lluminari, Inc. in Jersey City, NJ.

June 15, 2004: Healthy Women Symposium, sponsored by Rekindling Reform and the Robert F.

Wagner School of Public Health, New York University, New York, NY.

June 21, 2004: CIGNA Advocacy Luncheon and Meeting. Washington, DC.

June 22, 2004: Pfizer Women‘s Health Advisory Board. Inter-Continental The Barkley Hotel, New York, NY.

June 24, 2004: American Legacy Foundation ―Circle of Friends‖ Advisory Council, New York,

NY.

September 27 -28, 2004: Chair. Fifth Annual Conference on Gender-Specific Medicine. New York Helmsley Hotel, New York, NY.

October 24-27, 2004: Keynote Speaker. ―A National Conversation on Women‘s Health‖ sponsored by the Institute for Women‘s Health and Leadership at Drexel University College of Medicine. Dallas, TX.

October 26-November 1, 2004: Speaker. ―Gender and Diversity in Medicine‖ congress.

Paracelsus University. Salzburg, Austria.

November 8, 2004: Speaker. Jewish Hospital Annual Research Conference. Louisville, KY.

December 9-10, 2004: Speaker. 9th Research Centers in Minority Institutions (RCMI) International Symposium on Health Disparities at Marriott Waterfront Hotel. Baltimore, MD.

2005

January 20, 2005: Pfizer Roundtable Discussion for “The Pfizer Journal” entitled “The Anatomy of Stress,” Mansion on Turtle Creek Hotel, Dallas, TX.

February 2-4, 2005: Speaker. Center for Gender-Specific Medicine at Jewish Hospital Medical Center East, presented “Women, Wine and Wisdom”, Women‘s Fight Against Heart Disease. Louisville, KY.

February 9-10, 2005: Speaker. SUMMA Health System‘s and the Women‘s Heart Pilot Program.

Akron, OH.

February 25, 2005: Speaker. 12th Annual Columbia Women in Business Conference at Columbia Business School. Theme: Embrace the Female Advantage: Winning in the Workplace & the World Beyond. New York, NY.

March 10, 2005: Speaker. The Glazer Group-Morgan Stanley. Lecture followed by a reception at the Cosmopolitan Club. New York, NY.

March 14-15, 2005: Speaker. Providence Hospital and Medical Centers/Alpha Kappa Alpha Symposium. Southfield, MI.

April 6, 2005: Keynote Speaker. B & A Wellness Cocktail Lecture Heart PR at the Colony Club, New York, NY.

April 14-17, 2005: Speaker. Athens Congress: 7th World Congress on Controversies in Obstetrics Gynecology and Infertility at Hilton Athens Hotel, Athens, Greece.

May 3, 2005: Keynote Speaker. American Heart Association. ―Go Red For Women‖ luncheon at the Tournament Players Club at Jasna Polana, North Brunswick, NJ.

May 5, 2005: Keynote Speaker. ―Messages from the Heart,‖ Women‘s Heart Conference at Greenwich Library, Cole Auditorium, Greenwich, CT.

May 7, 2005: “Oprah Live Your Best Life Tour” at the Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC.

May 19, 2005: Guest Speaker. Credit Suisse First Boston speaking engagement with the women of CSFB. New York, NY.

June 8, 2005: 8th Annual Athena Awards sponsored by the Partnership for Gender-Specific Medicine. Rainbow Room, New York, NY.

August 23-25, 2005: Keynote Speaker. Plenary Address. Women‘s Health & Asian Traditional Medicine (WHAT Medicine). Theme: ―Promoting Complete Healthcare for Women‖ at the Plenary Hall, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. Lumpar, Malaysia.

September 1, 2005: Speaker: Gender-specific Aspects of Incontinence. Pfizer-sponsored symposium at the International Continence Society‘s annual meeting. Montreal, Canada.

September 9, 2005: Plenary Lecture on ―Gender-Specific Medicine.‖ College of Medicine, EWHA Women University presents their 60th anniversary symposium of the opening of their medical school. Seoul, Korea.

October 19, 2005: Keynote Speaker. Rippel Foundation Meeting at Basking Ridge: Consultation with trustees concerning gender-specific medicine; resulted in three 100,000 a year fellowships for three years for young investigators in Gender-specific Medicine. Basking Ridge, NJ.

October 21-23, 2005: Keynote Speaker. Annual medical conference on Integrative Medicine for
Anti-Aging at the Palm Beach Convention Center, West Palm Beach, FL. Theme: ―Gender-
Specific Medicine: Clinical Applications for Anti-aging & Age Management.‖

October 27-29, 2005: Keynote Speaker. Speaking of Women‘s Health. Theme: Why Can‘t a Woman Be More Like a Man? At the Overland Park Convention Center. Kansas City, Kansas.

October 28-30, 2005: Keynote Speaker. ACOG NY 2005 Annual District II Scientific Program.
American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Albany, NY.

October 30, 2005: Keynote Speaker. ACOG District II/ NY Annual Meeting at the Grand Hyatt, Manhattan, NY. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Theme: Why Can‘t a Woman Be More Like a Man? New York, NY.

November 4-6, 2005: Keynote Speaker. Stonyfield Farm Strong Women Lead Summit (Lluminari). Rye, New York.

November 15, 2005: Keynote Speaker. Junior League of Westchester on the Sound. Theme: What Happens Now? Changes in Women‘s Health and Relationships. Westchester, NY.

December 4, 2005: Keynote Speaker. Should the Japanese import American biotech and if so, who should pay for it? The patient or the national health insurance plan? AdvaMED Symposium in Japan.

2006

January 3, 2006: Keynote Speaker. Luncheon at the Cosmopolitan Club. Theme: If I Knew Then What I Know Now I‘d Still Be Married. New York, NY.

January 21, 2006: Keynote Speaker. Canada Women‘s Health Matters Forum and Expo. Metro Toronto Convention Center. Toronto, Canada.

January 30, 2006: WCBS-TV News, ―The Early Show,‖ Interview with Dr. Legato on Women‘s Health Issues. New York, NY.

January 31, 2006: Invited lecture to employees of CSFB: “Why Men Never Remember and

Women Never Forget.”

February 10, 2006: Invited lecture: Grand Rounds, Department of Medicine, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD.

February 11-14, 2006: London, England. Book tour.

February 15, 2006: The Village Temple Sisterhood. Women‘s Heart Health. Keynote speaker.

February 16, 2006: Keynote Speaker. Holiday Inn - Clinton, NJ.

February 23-26, 2006: President and organizer: The First World Congress on Gender-Specific Medicine AMen, Women and Medicine: A New View of the Biology of Sex/Gender Differences and Aging. Hotel InterContinental, Berlin, Germany.

February 28, 2006: Keynote Speaker. NGO Health Committee. Gender-Specific Medicine.

United Nations, New York, NY.

March 12, 2006: Keynote Address. Women Physician‘s Summit. Theme: The Important Transition from Women‘s Health to Gender-Specific Medicine. Washington, D.C.

March 15, 2006: Keynote Speaker. Bronfman Philanthropies, The Tidal Circle. Theme: Taking

Care of the Female Patient: ―Why Can‘t a Woman Be More Like a Man?‖ New York, NY.

April 1, 2006: Keynote Speaker. First Annual Interdisciplinary Women‘s Health Research Conference at the University at Arizona. ―Perspectives on Women‘s Health: The Gender-Specific Prospective.‖ Tucson, AZ.

April 27, 2006: Keynote Speaker. The New York Academy of Medicine Seminar. ―The Health

Care Maze: How Do I Enter and Find My Way?‖ New York City, NY.

May 4-5, 2006: Keynote Speaker. First Annual NDCPAC (The New Democrat Coalition Political Action Committee Spring Retreat. ―Gender Differences in Diagnostics and Treatment.‖ Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Resort, Cambridge, MD.

May 12, 2006: Keynote Speaker. ―Women in Science‖ Luncheon. The New York Columbia-Presbyterian Hospital, New York City, NY.

May 18, 2006: Keynote Speaker. Women in Government Legislative Training Session.
―Cardiovascular Disease in Women.‖ The Peabody Hotel, Little Rock, AK.

May 19-20, 2006: Keynote Speaker. Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons.
―Ethics of Genetics in Research: Perils and Promises.‖ New York City, NY.

May 26-30, 2006: Keynote Speaker. First International Gender Symposium of the Medical University of Vienna. ―Gender-Specific Medical Care: Why, How, When and With What Outcome?‖ Vienna, Austria.

June 8, 2006.: Live Interview: ―The Leonard Lopate Show.‖ Topic: ―Gender-Specific Medicine – Past and Present.‖ New York City, NY.

June 25, 2006: Live Interview: ―Radio Live New Zealand.‖ Topic: ―Gender-Specific Medicine.‖ New York City, NY.

June 26, 2006: Live Interview: ―Bronx Talk Primetime.‖ Topic: ―Why Men Never Remember and Women Never Forget‖ and the New York Times Op-Ed Article ―The Weaker Sex.‖ Lehman College, Bronx, NY.

July 5, 2006: Live Interview: Korean Broadcasting System. Topic: ―Secrets of Women‘s Life.‖ New York City, NY.

July 24, 2006: ―The Oz Garcia Show‖ – Lime TV Network. Topic: ―Healthy Living With a Twist and the Differences Between Men and Women.‖ New York City, NY.

July 31, 2006: Live Interview: Relationships For Life Radio Show. Topic: ―Gender-Specific Medicine and Why Men Never Remember and Women Never Forget.‖ New York City, NY.

August 24, 2006: Recorded Interview: Your Health Now – Merck Podcast Interview. Topic:
―Cardiovascular Disease.‖ New York City, NY.

September 5, 2006: Live Interview: Stony Brook Radio Show “Man Alive!” on WUSB 90.1 FM. Host: Michael Pisacane and Co-host: Joan Moossy. Topic: “Why Men Never Remember and Women Never Forget.” New York City, NY.

September 7, 2006: Live Interview: “The Dennis Prager Show.” Topic: “Why Men Never Remember and Women Never Forget.” New York City, NY.

September 30, 2006: Keynote Speaker. LLuminari: StrongWomen Summit. Topic: ―Heart Disease.‖ Montgomery County Community College, Bluebell, PA.

October 18, 2006: Keynote Speaker. 30 th Annual White Plains Hospital Cardiology Day. Topic: ―Women and Heart Disease: What‘s New, What‘s Different, What‘s Important.‖ White Plains, NY.

October 26, 2006: Keynote Speaker. Women in Health Management Annual Leadership Event.
―Gender-Specific Medicine: The Coming Revolution in Healthcare.‖ New York, NY.

October 28, 2006: Guest Speaker. “The Larry King Show - CNN.” Topic: Panel discussion on heart disease. Los Angeles, CA.

November 3, 2006: Keynote Speaker. LLuminari Strong Women Summit (PepsiCo Employee Conference). Topic: Gender Differences and Why Men Never Remember and Women Never Forget.” Dallas, TX.

November 20, 2006: Keynote Speaker. Morgan Stanley‘s Women‘s Employee Networking Group Speaker Series. ―Why Men Never Remember and Women Never Forget” – A Discussion of the Differences in Men and Women‘s Brains and Why They Explain Problems in Communication.‖ New York, NY.

2007

January 6, 2007: Keynote Speaker. Women in Government 13th Annual State Directors‘ Conference and Biennial First Term Legislators Conference/Roche‘s Diabetes Management Conference. Topic: ―Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes and Gender-Specific Medicine.‖ The Marco Island Marriott Resort, Golf Club & Spa, Marco Island, FL.

February 1, 2007: Guest Speaker. Women‘s Forum ―First Thursday‖ Breakfast: ―A Conversation About Women, Heart Disease and Living Life.‖ New York, NY.

February 3, 2007: Keynote Speaker. Go Red for Women and Heart Disease Program: ―You Have the POWER to Shape Your Heart‖ Event. Keynote Speaker. Topic: ―What Every Women Needs to Know About Heart Disease.‖ Raleigh, NC.

February 13, 2007: Keynote Speaker. Maimonides Medical Center‘s: ―Kick Off for Heart Month‖
Event. ―Heart Disease: Who Has it Worse – Men or Women?‖ New York, NY.

February 14, 2007: Greenstone Media Radio Interview: “Women Aloud” – Hosts: Mo Gaffney and Shana Wride. Topic: ―The Differences Between Men and Women and What Attracts Us To One Another.‖ New York, NY.

February 28, 2007: Interview: “Scientific Facts of Gender Differences.” Barbara Annis &Associates, Inc.

New York, NY.

April 21, 2007: Radio Interview: ― The Valder Beebe Show: What Attracts Us to One Another and How Do We Fall in Love?” New York, NY.

April 26, 2007: Interview: TV GLOBO – Brazilian TV Network. Topic: “Why Women Tend to Live Longer Than Men.” New York, NY.

April 28, 2007: Radio Interview: “The Valder Beebe Show: “Commitment and Marriage.” New York, NY.

April 29-30, 2007: Keynote Speaker. 6th Annual Mills-Peninsula Women‘s Health Council. Topic: ―Why Men Never Remember and Women Never Forget” and Gender-Specific Medicine. Burlingame, CA.

May 25, 2007: Live Radio Interview - Guest Speaker. Dr. Mehmet Oz’s Radio Show on Oprah and Friends XM Satellite Radio Channel 156. New York, NY.

June 2-7, 2007: Keynote Speaker. 2nd International Congress of Gender Medicine 2007. Topics: “Gender-Specific Medicine in the 21st Century: What Are the Implications?” and “Gender and the Brain: Gender-Specific Aspects of Depression and Its Links to Cardiovascular Disease.” Vienna, Austria.

June 25, 2007: TV Interview. Washington International Business Ventures: Interview with the
Japanese Broadcasting Corporation – NHK TV Special: ―Men and Women.‖ New York, NY.

August 24-26, 2007: Keynote Speaker. Columbia Pri-Med Course Development Committee (CME Course). Topic:“Current Clinical Issues in Primary Care.” Jacob Javits Convention Center - New York, NY.

September 11, 2007: Keynote Speaker. StrongWomen Leadership Summit for PepsiCO. Chicago, IL.

October 4, 2007: Keynote Speaker and Recipient of the ―Humanitarian Award 2007.‖ The Defining Moment Foundation Luncheon at the Rockleigh Country Club, NJ.

October 11, 2007: Keynote Speaker. Harvard University‘s Women Leadership Board of the

Kennedy School of Government. Topic: “Gender Differences in the Brain.” Cambridge, MA.

October 21-22, 2007: Keynote Speaker. Women in Government Event. Topic: “Aging Women and Heart Disease.” St. Michaels, MD.

October 23, 2007: Columbia University Medical Center. ―Complete History Lecture.‖ New York, NY.

November 27-30, 2007: Keynote Speaker. The National Council of State Legislatures (NCSL)
Healthcare Committee Chairs Conference. Toipc: ―Diabetes Health Disparities.” Phoenix, AZ.

2008

January 27, 2008: Keynote Speaker. GenSpring Women‘s Retreat. “Gender-Specific Medicine.” Sea Island, GA.

February 5, 2008: Keynote Speaker. 2008 Members Luncheon Speakers Series. “Why Men Never Remember and Women Never Forget.” The Cosmopolitan Club - New York, NY.

February 7-12, 2008: Keynote Speaker. 1st Annual Meeting of the Association for Gender-Specific
Medicine. “Sex, Gender and Medicine: An Overview.” Tokyo, Japan.

February 14, 2008 – April 24, 2008: Presenter. Physical Diagnosis Course. Columbia University Medical Center.

February 20, 2008: Keynote Speaker. The Black Legislative Caucus Luncheon and the Women‘s

Legislative Caucus Dinner. “Healthcare Disparity Issues: Diabetes and Women.” Sacramento, California.

February 27, 2008: Keynote Speaker. EpsteinBeckerGreen‘s Women‘s Initiative presents: ―New Year, New You.‖ Topic: “Taking Biological Gender Differences to Heart to Maximize Our Full Potential.” New York, NY.

March 13, 2008: Focus Group. OgilvyOne Worldwide New York. (Interview). New York, NY.

May 5, 2008: Guest Speaker. ―Gender Differences in Weight & Obesity‖ New York, NY.

May 15, 2008: Keynote Speaker. LLuminari: Speaking Engagement at Credit Suisse: “Gender-Specific Communication Styles” and “Why Men Never Remember and Women Never Forget.” New York, NY.

May 30, 2008: Interview Guest Appearance. ―The Mehmet Oz Show.‖ Topic: “Why Men Die First.” New York, NY.

July 10, 2008: Interview Guest Appearance. NBC‘s ―The Today Show.‖ Topic: “Why Men Die First.” New York, NY

September 12-14, 2008: Keynote Speaker. 3rd International Congress of Gender-Specific Medicine.
Topic: “State of the Art Lecture: Why Gender Medicine Important?” Stockholm, Sweden.

September 17, 2008: Keynote Speaker. The Ad-Hoc Men‘s Committee of Physicians of the Westchester Medical Society & Psychiatric Society of Westchester. “Why Men Die First” and “The Decline of Males.” White Plains, NY.

September 23, 2008: Keynote Speaker. Young President‘s Organization Men‘s Health Forum.

“Why Men Die First” and “Why Men Never Remember and Women Never Forget.” New York, NY.

October 3, 2008: Keynote Speaker. GenSpring Family Offices – 2008 Men‘s Health & Wealth
Forum. “Beyond Hunter Gatherer: What Happens when Keynes’ predictions come true?” New York, NY.

October 8, 2008: Guest Speaker. University at Ottawa Grand Rounds. Title: ―The Impact of Gender on Human Function and the Experience of Illness” Ottawa, Canada.

October 14, 2008: Keynote Speaker. “Media Clarity or Confusion?” New York, NY

October 16, 2008: Keynote Speaker. The Harvard Club of New York City. “Why Men Die First.” New York, NY.

October 22, 2008: Cholesterol: Media Clarity or Confusion. Chatting with eleven media representatives about cholesterol. Sponsored by Abbott. Library Hotel, New York.

October 28, 2008: Keynote Speaker. 92nd Street Y Speaking Engagement. “Why Men Die First.” New York, NY.

2009

February 5 -6, 2009: Keynote Speaker. First Italian National Congress on Gender Medicine. “Needs in Gender Medicine.” Padua, Italy.

February 23-27, 2009: Keynote Speaker. Foundation Meeting of The Israel Society for Gender Based Medicine. ―Gender Based Medicine Today.‖ Tel Aviv University, Rabin Medical Center, Tel Aviv, Israel.

March 3, 2009: Panel Participant. Symposium entitled Women and the Brain presented by Project A.L.S. ―Taking Care of You Brain: Sex, Stress, Mood, Memory, and More.‖ The Harvard Club, New York, NY.

April 22-24, 2009: Keynote Speaker. 2009 Men‘s Retreat: GenSpring. Keynote speech on Men‘s Health. Ritz-Carlton Lodge in Greensboro, GA.

May 5, 2009: Mother‘s Day symposium; Clearwater Florida.

May 20-23, 2009: Speaker and Presenter. The Seminar 2009 (annual forum of top communications and public affairs executives from corporate, PR agency and non-profit worlds.) ―Does Gender Matter in the Doctor’s Office‖ and ―Understanding Gender Differences in Medicine.” Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel in Dana Point, CA.

June 4, 2009: Speaker and Presenter. The Vascular Biology Working Group Regional Forum-- Macro- and Microvascular Effects of Hyperglycemia: Addressing Issues and Controversies. ―Cardiovascular Risk Factors and Diabetic Neuropathy in Type 2 Diabetes.” New Orleans, Louisiana.

August 25, 2009: Keynote Speaker. Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Presentation on Medical Histories for the Foundations of Clinical Medicine Course. New York, NY.

October 1-2, 2009: Keynote Speaker. Symposium on Genes, Drugs and Gender, Universita Degli Studi di Sassari. ―Epigenetic and cardiovascular disease in a gender approach.‖ Sardinia, Italy

October 6, 2009: Panelist. ―Relationships and Baby Boomers.‖ The Harvard Club, New York, NY.

Oct, 16, 2009: Keynote Speaker. Women and Lung Disease: How Gender Differences Impact Care. ―Gender-Specific Medicine: Is the Sex of the Patient Important to Prevention and Treatment of Disease?‖ St. Luke‘s and Roosevelt Hospitals, New York, NY.

Oct. 23, 2009: Keynote Speaker. Women‘s Enrichment for Longevity and Life. JCC on the

Palisades, Tenafly, New Jersey.

2010

March 2, 2010: Keynote Speaker. The Vienna NGO Committee on the Status of Women, 54th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women. ―Gender Sensitive Medicine—better healthcare for women and men.‖ The United Nations, New York, NY.

March 7, 2010: Panelist. 92nd Street Y, ―Man to Man: An Afternoon Seminar.‖ New York, NY.

March 9, 2010: Keynote Speaker and Panel Moderator. UJA Federation ―Heart Matters‖ Annual

Luncheon and Pre-Event. New York, NY.

March 22, 2010: Keynote Speaker. Bloomberg Corp Event ―Men‘s Health 101: The Hardwired Male.‖ New York, NY.

March 23, 2010: Guest Speaker. Dutch Treat Club, Discussion on Relationships Among Adults.
New York, NY.

May 6-7. 2010: Keynote Speaker. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Musculoskeletal Healthcare Disparities Research Symposium. ―Overview of Healthcare Disparities‖ Alexandria, Virginia.

June 11, 2010: Keynote Speaker. Stanford University, Beyond X and Y: The Basic and Translational Science of Sex Differences: ―From Gender to Genomics: Achievements and Challenges in Sex Specific Science‖ Stanford, California.

June 22-23, 2010: Keynote Speaker. University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Journeys of Gender and Health. ―The New Science of Gender-Specific Medicine‖ Canary Islands, Spain.

September 14, 2010: Keynote Speaker. Women‘s Health Science Day at the Food and Drug Administration. ―Gender and the Genome: A Complicated and Still-Unfolding Tale” Silver Spring, Maryland.

November 1, 2010: Keynote Speaker. Festival della Scienza. Genoa, Italy.

November 30-December 8, 2010: Keynote Speaker and Honorary President. The Fifth Congress of
Gender-Specific Medicine. ―Gender-Specific Medicine: Achievements and Challenges” Tel Aviv, Israel.

2011

January 7, 2011: Honoree. The National Organization of Italian American Women, Greater New

York Region. Three Wise Women: An Epiphany Celebration Honoring Italian American Women.
The Columbus Citizens Foundation. New York City, NY.

February 4, 2011. Keynote Speaker. Optum Health, Innovations in Wellness and Disease Management. ―Appropriate Management of Coronary Artery Disease in Women: The Effectiveness of Optimal Medical Therapy Compared with Mechanical Treatment‖ Miami, Florida.

February 9, 2011: Expert Reviewer. The Second International Review of the Canadian Institute of Health Research. Ottawa, Canada.

February 25, 2011: Keynote Speaker. University of California Hastings College of the Law,
Frontiers in Women‘s Health: The Role of Hormones in Aging and Disease. ―From Gender to
Genomics: Achievements and Challenges in Sex-Specific Science‖ San Francisco, California.

March 3, 2011: Keynote Speaker. Annual Meeting of the American Group Psychotherapy Association. ―The Gender Divide: The Impact of Neurobiology, Hormones, Age and Experience on Human Behavior‖ New York, New York.

March 5, 2011: Speaker. Women in Government Foundation, Second Annual Diabetes Task Force.
―Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease” Naples, Florida.

April 6, 2011: Speaker and Panelist. The Foundation for Male Studies, The Second Annual Conference on Male Studies: Looking Forward to Solutions. ―Why Men Die First‖ New York, New York.

April 8-9, 2011: Keynote Speaker and Honorary President. The Second Annual Symposium and Fourth National Congress of the Austrian Society of Gender Medicine. ―The Complex Dance Between the Genome and Experience: Environmental Epigenomics.” Vienna, Austria.

May 17, 2011: Keynote Speaker. Elsevier Medical Library Association (MLA) Luncheon.
Minneapolis, Minnesota.

June 20, 2011: Interview on ―The Mary Jones Show‖ subject ―Why Men Never Remember and Women Never Forget‖

August 30, 2011: Institute of Medicine panelist on ―Experiences of Journal Editors‖.Washington, D.C.

September 26, 2011 – IBRO, Barnard College, Moderator ―Forum on Addressing Sex Differences in Pain Management‖ New York

October 17, 2011: Keynote Speaker. The Karolinska Institute, Ten Year Jubilee of the Centre for Gender Medicine at the Karolinska Institutet. Stockholm, Sweden.

Dec. 2, 2011: Keynote Speaker & Panelist. ―Gender Intelligence Summit‖ Washington, D.C.

2012

April 10, 2012: Radio interview with TalkingAlternative.com, ―Love in the Afternoon with Marni

Galison.‖ Topic: Why Men Never Remember and Women Never Forget. New York, NY.

April 16-17, 2012: Member, Norwegian Centres of Excellence Committee for Life Science. Oslo, Norway

May 15, 2012: Presenter, The Heiser Group at UBS Legacy Award Ceremony. New York.

June 7, 2012: Keynote Speaker, Organization for the Study of Sex Differences Annual Conference in partnership with the International Society for Gender Medicine. Baltimore, MD

June 18, 2012: Interview with Melinda Beck of the Wall Street Journal. Topic: ―Anxiety Can Bring Out the Best.‖ New York, NY.Marianne J. Legato, MD

June 27, 2012: Keynote Speaker, The Heiser Group at UBS Legacy Series. New York.

August 3, 2012: Keynote Speaker and Panelist, ―Gender-Specific Medicine after the Age of Darwin,‖ National Defense Medical Center. Taipei, Taiwan.

August 4, 2012: Keynote Speaker, ―Why Sex Matters,‖ National Defense Medical Center. Taipei, Taiwan.

October 16-17, 2012: Member, Norwegian Centres of Excellence Committee for Life Science. Oslo, Norway

November 7, 2012: Keynote Speaker, Annual Women‘s Health Symposium, Baystate Medical Center. Holyoke, MA.

2013

March 7, 2013: Keynote Speaker, UJA Federation of New York Heart Matters Annual Luncheon: I Am What I Am, New York New York

March 17, 2013: Keynote Speaker, American Medical Women‘s Association Meeting, New York, New York

July 8, 2013: Speaker, Parkinson‘s Disease Foundation, Dialogue on Women and Parkinson‘s Disease

September 24, 2013: Panelist, Executive Women‘s Event, State Street Insurance Company Executive Women‘s Dinner Series.

2014

January 30, 2014: Keynote Speaker, 2014 State Street Executive Women‘s Dinner Series ―Men,
Women, and Money: Does Gender Make A Difference In How We Make It, Risk It, Use It?

February 6, 2014: Speaker on Psych Up Radio Show hosted by Suzanne Phillips

May 13, 2014: Keynote Speaker, 2014 Academic Emergency Medicine Consensus Conference ―Gender-Specific Research in Emergency Medicine: Investigate, Understand and Translate How Gender Affects Patient Outcomes. Dallas, Texas.

May 19, 2014: Keynote Speaker, American Museum of Natural History‘s Sackler Brain Bench Adult

Learning Salon Sex Differences in the Brain: Male, Female or Fiction?

June 10, 2014: Radio Interview on Forward Boldly Radio Network with Christine Niles. Topic:
―Differences Between Men & Women.‖

September 20, 2014: Keynote Speaker, The 25th European Students‘ Conference. ―21st Century
Medicine: How the Physician, the Patient and Medical Practice are Evolving. Berlin, Germany.

October 9, 2014: Guest Speaker on Psych Up Radio Show hosted by Suzanne Phillips.

October 17, 2014: Speaker, 17th Annual FOCUS Fall Conference for Penn Women at University of
PA Perelman School of Medicine. ―Thirty Years of Gender-Specific Medicine: A Complex and Evolving Tale.‖ Philadelphia, PA.

October 22, 2014: Interview with Hallie Levine of Health Magazine/ABC News, ―5 Reasons Women Live Longer Than Men.‖

November 6, 2014: Speaker, Baker Hostetler Women‘s Committee Speaker Series ―Why Men Never Remember and Women Never Forget.‖ New York, NY.

November 21, 2014: Speaker, Maya Angelou Center for Women‘s Health and Wellness:

International Women‘s Health Summit 2014 – A Global Priority. ―Gender Unique Considerations in Clinical Practice.‖ Salem, NC.

2015

February 13, 2015: Organizer and Speaker, Johns Hopkins Symposium, Sex Matters: Update in

Gender Specific Patient Care. ―Gender-Specific Medicine in the Genomic Era: What Are the Questions and How Do We Find the Answers?‖ Baltimore, MD.

March 5, 2015: Speaker, State Street Leadership Masterclass: ―Gender, Science and the Way We Think.‖ Boston, MA.

September 20, 2015: Keynote Speaker, 7 th Congress of the International Society of Gender Medicine Conference. ―Gender-Specific Medicine in the Genomic Era.‖ Berlin, Germany.

October 18, 2015: Speaker/International Panel Participant, Sex and Gender Medical Education Summit, Mayo Clinic. Rochester, MN.

December 2, 2015: Speaker, First Global Men‘s Health Summit and Update Course. ―Why Men Die First.‖ Panama.

2016

March 16, 2016: Speaker, AMWA/NYU Roundtable: Impact of Gender/Sex on Innovation and Novel Technologies (iGIANT). New York, NY.

April 16, 2016: Speaker, Gender and Lifestyle: From Puberty to Elderly Frailty. Matera, Italy.

May 12, 2016: Speaker, NY Junior League Luncheon: ―Why Men Never Remember and Women Never Forget.‖ New York, NY.

November 14, 2016: Now This Her Series, ‗The Dr. Is In‘ live interview. New York, NY.Marianne J. Legato, MD
November 24-26, 2016: Keynote Speaker, International Congress of Cardiology: From Scientific Evidence to Clinical Practice.
Gender-Specific Aspects of Cardiovascular Physiology and the Pathophysiology of Cardiovascular Disease.‖ Taormina, Italy.

December 29, 2016: NPR Live Radio – Hosted by Rachel Gottbaum: “Women and Heart Disease” Live interview featuring Dr. Marianne Legato. New York, NY.

2017

September 14-16, 2017: Presidential Address; Keynote Speaker: “The Intelligent Genome: How Epigenetics Mediates Adaptation;” Chair/Speaker, Plenary Session: “Modifying the Human Embryo: Legal and Ethical Considerations.” The 8th Congress of the International Society for Gender Medicine. Sendai, Japan.

September 19, 2017: Keynote Speaker, NHLBI/ORWH Workshop Event: Female Sex and Gender in Lung/Sleep Health and Disease: Increased understanding of basic biological, pathophysiological and behavioral mechanisms leading to better health for female patients with lung disease. “Consideration of Sex Differences in Medicine to Improve Health Care and Patient Outcomes.” NIH, Bethesda, MD.

October 13, 2017: Speaker, Mckinsey & Company / NEO Women’s Initiative - Speaker Series: “Why Men Never Remember and Women Never Forget.” New York, NY.

2018

February 6-9, 2018: Distinguished Speaker and Guest of Honor, 2nd Global Men’s Health Summit: “Medicine of the Future and Those Left Behind”; Urology and Interdisciplinary Update Course “What’s Next for Men’s Health?” Panama City, Panama.

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