Dr. Reame’s current program of research is focused on the neuroendocrinology of the menstrual cycle, PMS, and menopause with the aim of clarifying the factors associated with women’s reproductive health. A member of the Institute of Medicine, and AAAS Fellow, Dr. Reame is a women’s health advocate, having served on the advisory committee to the NIH Women’s Health Initiative, and as advisor to the Boston Women’s Health Book Collective. She is a past member of the Board of Trustees for the North American Menopause Society and is certified as a menopause clinician. She is a past contributor to iVillage.com and is a current medical expert for http://www.HealthGuru.com.
- Nancy King Reame (2018) The Legacy of Tampon-Related Toxic Shock Syndrome: Feats, Failures, and Future Challenges for Women’s Health Scholars, Women’s Reproductive Health, 5:4, 250-261, DOI: 10.1080/23293691.2018.1523118
- Rome ER, Wolhandler J, Reame N. The absorbency of tampons. JAMA. 1988 Feb 5;259(5):685-6.
- Reame, N. (1983). Menstrual health products, practices, and problems. Women and Health, 8(2), 37.