About The Study: Researchers found in this study of 31,000 medical school graduates a significant disparity in publication rates across sex and race and ethnicity, with women and Black and Hispanic students reporting lower publication rates compared with men and white students. These findings suggest that inequities in the physician-scientist workforce began early in training, as exposure to research and research productivity are critical for a successful career as a physician-scientist.
Authors: Mytien Nguyen, M.S., of the Yale School of Medicine in New Haven, Connecticut, is the corresponding author.
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