Endometriosis Center for Discovery, Innovation, Training and Community Engagement


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Our UCSF-Stanford Endometriosis Center for Discovery, Innovation, Training and Community Engagement (“ENACT”) is a new collaborative program comprised of an accomplished group of investigators and clinicians in multiple disciplines, as well as educators, trainees, and community representatives who are all committed to improve the lives of women and teen girls with endometriosis.

The overall goals of our Center are to understand endometriosis pathogenesis and pathophysiology, develop accurate disease classifications, identify novel therapies, improve patient outcomes, train the next generation in endometriosis research, and engage our community in these efforts to enrich research and to empower those affected.