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March 2017

Women & Medical Research

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by Racquel Sohasky Medicine requires the cumulative efforts of innumerable people, extending far beyond doctors’ offices and operating rooms. It happens in laboratories, in the hands of nurses, through the work of research assistants, and with the combined efforts of countless others. The collaborative efforts and divided responsibilities are what allow medicine to progress: people from many specialties and educational…

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Catching Up with Past Scholars: Molly Stoneman

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Molly Stoneman was a Undergraduate Public Service Scholar in 2014 when she interned for the United States Access Board, the main disability policy office under the Department of Justice. Where are you from? Phoenix, Arizona Where did you go to school? What did you study? I graduated from Princeton University in June 2016, where I studied in the Woodrow Wilson School of…

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