Episode 13 - Sex: A Sociologist's Perspective

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Episode Expert: Heather Dillaway

Dr. Heather Dillaway is a Professor of Sociology, Interim Chair in the Department of Public Health Program, and Associate Dean in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. Most of Dr. Dillaway’s research focuses on two topics: (1) women's experiences of menopause and midlife and (2) the sexual and reproductive health experiences of women with physical disabilities (in particular, women with spinal cord injuries). She has over 50 research publications on these topics.

 

For more on Heather check out: https://clasprofiles.wayne.edu/profile/AO1701

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Episode Expert: Heather Dillaway

Dr. Heather Dillaway is a Professor of Sociology, Interim Chair in the Department of Public Health Program, and Associate Dean in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. Most of Dr. Dillaway’s research focuses on two topics: (1) women's experiences of menopause and midlife and (2) the sexual and reproductive health experiences of women with physical disabilities (in particular, women with spinal cord injuries). She has over 50 research publications on these topics.

 

For more on Heather check out: https://clasprofiles.wayne.edu/profile/AO1701

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