Abstract Award Winners

The WAS Scientific Committee is proud to announce the winners of our abstract awards across various tracks:

Track & Topic: 1. Sexual Rights & Ethics

Title: “Sexual Function in Women from Migrant and Refugee Backgrounds”

Authors: Negin Mirzaei Damabi, Jodie Avery, Mumtaz Begum, Zahra Ali Padhani, Zohra Lassi

Track & Topic: 2. Social & Behavioral Sciences

Title: “Conceptual Background and Psychometric Properties of a Sexual Pleasure Measure”

Authors: Marlene Werner, Michèle Borgmann, Lucca Brandner, Damiano D’Urso, Stefanie Gonin-Spahni, Hansjörg Znoj, Ellen Laan

Track & Topic: 3. Clinical Sciences & Therapy

Title: “Predictive Value of Maladaptive Cognitive Schemas in Sexual Dysfunctions on Women”

Authors: Stanciu Camelia, Delcea Cristian

Track & Topic: 4. Basic Science

Title: “Patterns of Genital and Subjective Sexual Arousal in Cisgender Asexual Men”

Authors: Morag Yule, Malvina Skorska, Anthony Bogaert, Lori Brotto

Track & Topic: 5. Sexual Medicine

Title: “The Impact of Breast Cancer Treatment on Sexuality”

Authors: Luca Rinaldi, Imacolada Gonçalves, Quetie Monteiro, Nelson Gonçalves

Track & Topic: 6. Public Health and Public Policies

Title: “Association Between Women’s Empowerment and FGM Abandonment: A Multicountry Study”

Authors: Yusuf Olushola Kareem, Miral Maarouf, Racheal Hongo, Lamin Massaquio, Paola Pileri, Mireille Tushiminina, Thierno Diouf, Nafissatou J. Diop

Track & Topic: 7. Education

Title: “Addressing Masculinities in Sex-Education Reaps Benefits for Boys and Girls”

Authors: Maria Lohan, Aoibheann Brennan-Wilson, Honor Young, Lisa McDaid, Rebecca French, Rachael Hunter, Clíona McDowell.

Congratulations to all the award winners for their outstanding contributions and achievements in their respective fields. Your dedication and innovative research continue to inspire and pave the way for future advancements in education and sexual health.