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  • LA BioMed researchers recognized for training next generation of physicians May 29, 2013
    LA BioMed

    LA BioMed researchers recognized for training next generation of physicians

    By News Medical

    Drs. Carol Berkowitz and Mallory D. Witt receive Dadone Award Carol Berkowitz, MD, and Mallory D. Witt, MD, lead researchers at the Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center (LA BioMed), received the Serge & Yvette...

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  • Dr. Laurie Glimcher receives the Advancing Women in Science and Medicine Award May 20, 2013
    Weill Cornell Medical College

    Dr. Laurie Glimcher receives the Advancing Women in Science and Medicine Award

    Dr. Laurie H. Glimcher, the Stephen and Suzanne Weiss Dean of Weill Cornell Medical College and provost for medical affairs of Cornell University, is the winner of a prestigious award from a group of female scientists from The Feinstein Institute...

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  • Civil War Women Doctors April 26, 2013
    Civil War Women Blog

    Civil War Women Doctors

    By Maggie MacLean

    It is unclear how many women were working as physicians in the United States before the Civil War. In the mid-1800s, medical students commonly studied under an established physician and did not attend a formal medical school.

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  • Female doctors more positive than males April 15, 2013
    Healthcare Finance News

    Female doctors more positive than males

    By David Weldon

    In a profession full of flux and uncertainty, America’s physicians say they are generally not a happy lot. But female physicians do seem to be a bit less miserable overall, according to a recent study by The Physicians Foundation.

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  • Aichi tries to hang on to female doctors April 13, 2013
    Japan Times

    Aichi tries to hang on to female doctors

    By Chunichi Shimbun

    Starting from April, female doctors with children at Fujita Health University Hospital in Toyoake, Aichi Prefecture, who need shorter working hours to care for their young will have the option of working 20 or 30 hours a week, instead of the regular...

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  • Women’s Pre-Health Leadership Society conference explores gender gap in medicine April 11, 2013
    The Johns Hopkins News-Letter

    Women’s Pre-Health Leadership Society conference explores gender gap in medicine

    By Jessica Cohen

    In an effort to strengthen connections between women in medicine, the Women’s Pre-Health Leadership Society (WPHLS) held their fourth annual conference on April 6. The event included speeches by a variety of renowned female professionals with the...

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