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Amanda Shea, PhD

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Head of Science at Clue

Amanda is the Head of Science at Clue and works with the Science Team to use Clue’s unique dataset to advance menstrual and reproductive health research. Before joining Clue, Amanda studied nutrition and molecular biology, with her doctoral research focusing on the impact of cells in fat tissue on ovarian cancer development.

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About Clue

The journey of a single data point

It's our job to keep everything you track in Clue safe.

About Clue

Scientific research at Clue

When you track in Clue, you contribute to an unprecedented data set that is forwarding the understanding of female health.

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About Clue

The many meanings of ‘heavy’ periods

Clue recently partnered with the Gates Foundation on a first-of its-kind study on heavy menstrual bleeding.

Menstrual Cycle

Cycle tracking puts you in charge

Clue’s Chief Medical Officer, Lynae Brayboy, shares six ways tracking with Clue can really help you–and others.

Birth Control

What is contraceptive access?

Access to birth control should be convenient, affordable, and personalized. Because this isn’t the case for everyone, it’s important to...

Pregnancy, Birth & Postpartum

What to expect after stillbirth

Pregnancy loss at any stage can be difficult to experience. Most people experience grief, but some people have other reactions....

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Dating & Partnership

We asked 64,000 women what they look for in a partner. The most important thing? Kindness.

The results of the Ideal Partner Survey — a collaboration between Clue, the University of Göttingen and MyONE Condoms.