NIH Researcher Alleges Gender Bias in Tenure Decisions | GenomeWeb

A National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke researcher has lodged an Equal Employment Opportunity complaint against her institute's director and others after failing to be put forth for tenure consideration for a second time despite high-profile studies, an international profile, and a recommendation from an outside panel, the Washington Post reports.

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