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  • What Does ‘Married to Medicine’ Say About Black Female Doctors? April 5, 2013
    The Atlantic

    What Does ‘Married to Medicine’ Say About Black Female Doctors?

    By Lindsay Abrams

    Bravo’s newest reality series uniquely focuses on African American women in medicine, but many see it as the opposite of “empowerment.”

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  • NSF Funds Project with $750K Grant March 28, 2013
    UMass Lowell

    NSF Funds Project with $750K Grant

    By Edwin L. Aguirre

    Gender biases in the workplace are nothing new, as Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg notes in her new book “Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead.” However, Sandberg focuses on encouraging women to take action against...

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  • Why Gender Bias in Science Matters March 22, 2013
    NYU Press

    Why Gender Bias in Science Matters

    By Sue V. Rosser

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  • NMCP Doctor Receives ‘Building Stronger Female Physician Leaders’ Award March 19, 2013
    America's Navy

    NMCP Doctor Receives ‘Building Stronger Female Physician Leaders’ Award

    By Rebecca A. Perron,

    Naval Medical Center Portsmouth (NMCP) announced March 19, one of its members has received the “Building Stronger Female Physician Leaders in the Military Health System” award as the junior Navy winner. Cmdr. Nicole McIntyre is one of...

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  • 50 Women Who Shaped America’s Health March 18, 2013
    Huffington Post

    50 Women Who Shaped America’s Health

    By Meredith Melnick

    If you’ve received a blood transfusion, had lifesaving radiation therapy, experienced a natural birth or even lost weight by counting calories, you have used one of the many health innovations given to us by women in medicine.

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  • How She Leads: 24 Female M.D.s Talk About Life As The Boss March 10, 2013
    Forbes

    How She Leads: 24 Female M.D.s Talk About Life As The Boss

    By George Anders

    In high school, Josephine Young was the quiet valedictorian who never raised her hand in class. As a young medical manager, she was offered big responsibilities paired with skimpy pay and inadequate titles. When she said yes, she regretted it....

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