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  • diverse scientists

    Winner of Notable Research Award Discusses Inclusion, Diversity in Laboratory Environments

    • Jun 28, 2022

    Sara Ranjbar, PhD, winner of the Mayo Clinic’s 2021 Edward C. Kendall Alumni Award for Meritorious Research, has always known she wanted a job that would enable her to help patients and be of service to others.

  • female scientists

    Career Disruptions Among Women in Medicine may 'Reverberate Far Beyond COVID-19'

    • May 31, 2022
    • Maria Marabito

    The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted progress toward gender equity in medicine that may resonate for years to come, according to experts.

  • female veterinarian examining bunny

    Overcoming the Hurdles: Promoting Diversity Within Veterinary Medicine

    • May 19, 2022
    • Rebecca A. Packer

    During his lecture at the Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference, Dr. Charles McMillan addresses what he refers to as the “the elephant in the room,” regarding the lack of diversity within veterinary medicine as well as providing workable solutions.

  • technology students

    Tech Boot Camps Linked to Higher Pay, STEM Jobs

    • May 10, 2022
    • Julie Ray

    Workforce development programs such as boot camps and career pathways training programs are designed to help workers quickly gain the in-demand skills and credentials they need to transition into high-demand, higher-wage jobs in specific sectors or grow within their current roles or companies.

  • Indian female doctor

    My Brown Woman Doctor White Coat

    • May 2, 2022
    • Rida Khan

    Recently, after graduating from medical school and completing my last board exam, Step 3, I decided to branch out and indulge in forgotten joys.

  • science CV

    Time to Re-Think the Scientific CV

    • Apr 29, 2022
    • Chris Woolston

    Fresh formats showcase researchers’ work more effectively.

  • award

    Andrea Martinez Receives Inaugural Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Scholarship Award

    • Mar 31, 2022

    Emory University School of Medicine Student Committed to Serving Underrepresented Communities, Co-Founded Latino Medical Student Association Pipeline.

  • space warp travel through the universe

    TRISH Releases a Partnership Funding Opportunity to Increase Diversity in Space Research

    • Feb 2, 2022
    • Kaylee Dusang

    The NASA-funded institute supports research and development of health protections for humans exploring deep space.

  • female scientist

    20 Years of Diversity and Inclusion: How Far Have We Come?

    • Jan 25, 2022
    • Jenny Darmody

    Diversity in STEM has come a long way in 20 years, but the journey from where we were to where we are now was far from smooth sailing.

  • female scientist using a microscope

    Introducing SPARK: The Sunnybrook Program to Access Research Knowledge for Black and Indigenous Medical Students

    • Dec 22, 2021

    A unique opportunity that many Black and Indigenous students typically would not be able to access.

  • math teacher pointing at blackboard

    University of Chicago, City Colleges of Chicago Partner to Increase Diversity in Science Careers

    • Dec 22, 2021

    Institutional partnership sparks new collaboration, programs to advance inclusion in growing field of data science.

  • scientist looking in microscope

    Factors Limiting Diversity in Cancer Research

    • Dec 17, 2021

    Agencies funding biomedical research must strive for diversity, equity and inclusion in research decisions.

  • female researcher doing research in a lab

    Examining Gender Diversity Growth as a Model for Inclusion of All Underrepresented Persons in Medical Physics

    • Oct 27, 2021
    • Maxine van Zyl, Elijah M. K. Haynes, Deidre Batchelar, Jennifer M. Jakobi

    The labor force of Medical Physics is one of the most gender diverse in the field of Physics, as it has attained the proportional achievement of ~30% women worldwide.

  • An Evolution of Empowerment: A Women in Medicine Summit Compendium, 2021

    • Aug 27, 2021
    • Shikha Jain, MD, FACP, David C. Kim

    In this compendium, you will find pieces written by invited faculty speakers from the Women in Medicine Summit 2021, who share their expertise on the evolution of empowerment that has occurred in medicine.

  • Preface to An Evolution of Empowerment: A Women in Medicine Summit Compendium, 2021

    • Aug 27, 2021
    • David C. Kim (Partner Development Manager, Wiley Career Center Services)

    Common themes emerge from the histories of our many venerable learned societies in the United States, including in medical disciplines and elsewhere, when considering the demographic makeup of founding leaders and members - they tend to be White and male.

  • Introduction to An Evolution of Empowerment: A Women in Medicine Summit Compendium, 2021

    • Aug 27, 2021
    • Shikha Jain, MD, FACP (Chair, Women in Medicine)

    This COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on healthcare workers across the world, with the negative fallout disproportionately affecting women.

  • Leading in a Crisis: Why Women Leaders Excel

    • Aug 27, 2021
    • Helen Burstin, MD, MPH, MACP

    Though the COVID-19 pandemic has been - and continues to be - an unparalleled crisis for our nation and the world, it has provided a remarkable window into gender and leadership.

  • Top Tips for Finding and Refining Your Voice on Social Media

    • Aug 27, 2021
    • Kelly Cawcutt, MD, MS, FACP, FIDSA

    Social media is a powerful professional tool, but like any tool it requires appropriate understanding and skill to leverage its potential.

  • Harnessing Behavioral Science to Elevate Your Career

    • Aug 26, 2021
    • Laura Desveaux, PhD, PT

    The inspiration is often palpable at professional development events. But how do you make sure you harness that inspiration and avoid the all-to-common (we’ve all been there!) knowledge-to-action gap?

  • Leadership Starts In Our Physical Presence

    • Aug 26, 2021
    • Alison Escalante, MD, FAAP

    Leaders project power, presence and confidence in the posture and motion of their bodies. They communicate it in the tempo and quality of their voice.