Dr Sally King is the founder of Menstrual Matters- the world's first evidence-based information hub on menstrual health and rights ( Before specialising in this research topic, Sally spent a decade designing and evaluating human rights-based policies and interventions. She has a Master's degree in research methods (qualitative and quantitative) and a PhD in Medical Sociology. She is currently writing a book about gender and racial myths in clinical, academic, and lay descriptions of PMS (Premenstrual Syndrome).

Research and scholarship

Menstrual health and rights; gender/ racial inequalities; health inequalities; intersectional analysis; and reproductive physiology.


Collaborations and grants awards

Sociological Review Fellowship 2022-23

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