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In 2012, researchers from Yale published the above article on gender bias in the sciences. This article got popular press coverage, and has been heavily cited since. Here is how its findings were covered and discussed:
She is a graduate of Loyola University Chicago (molecular biology) and Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine.