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Supporting Women in 2020

08 Jan 2020

By Shan Lansing Queen Bee Syndrome is a social theory that describes how women in leadership roles sometimes expect more from female trainees than their male counterparts. I have heard this phenomeno...

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Finding Your Tribe

19 Dec 2019

By Feibi Zheng When I had my first child three years ago, one of my co-residents added me on Facebook to Physician Mom’s Group (PMG) and a dear friend that I met through the Resident and Associate ...

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The A-Ha Moment

21 Nov 2019

By Alyssa Brown It started snowing this weekend, and it is the first snow of the year. I was staring out the window dreading the next six months of winter. I was also trying to think of something to...

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Bad Mentors

14 Nov 2019

By Carolina Torres Perez-Iglesias Throughout our lives we meet amazing people that connect with us in meaningful, unexpected ways. They are able to transform our previous ideas into new and exciti...

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SUCCESSFUL GRANT APPLICATION WRITING II

11 Nov 2019

By Luz Maria Rodríguez This is the Part II of the Grant Writing series published on Jan 14, 2019.  Funding for research grants is made available by various institutions to help research ...

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Leading by Example: Pioneering Women Chairs of Surgery in the Bay Area

24 Oct 2019

By Hillary Braun and Marissa Boeck Dr. Nancy Ascher Dr. Diana Farmer Dr. Mary Hawn Dr. Julie Ann Sosa Impressively, Stanford University, University of California, Davis (UCD), and Uni...