Using women's health research to develop women leaders in academic health sciences: the National Centers of Excellence in Women's Health.

@article{Carnes2001UsingWH,
  title={Using women's health research to develop women leaders in academic health sciences: the National Centers of Excellence in Women's Health.},
  author={Molly Carnes and G VandenBosche and Patricia K Agatisa and Anne N. Hirshfield and Amit Kumar Dan and Joan L F Shaver and Donna Marie Murasko and Megan McLaughlin},
  journal={Journal of women's health & gender-based medicine},
  year={2001},
  volume={10 1},
  pages={39-47}
}
While the number of women entering U.S. medical schools has risen substantially in the past 25 years, the number of women in leadership positions in academic medicine is disproportionately small. The traditional pathway to academic leadership is through research. Women's health research is an ideal venue to fill the pipeline with talented women physicians and scientists who may become academic leaders in positions where they can promote positive change in women's health as well as mentor other… CONTINUE READING