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A blog about gender in neuroscience would be remiss without speaking of Dr. Ben Barres, who passed away last year after a distinguish career at Stanford University where he pioneered advances in…

The presence of women, including women of color, in powerful leadership positions in the field of neuroscience continues to grow. 

Lisa Monteggia was named Director of the…

Outstanding female scientists continue to represent the Society for Neuroscience (SfN).

Dr. Diane Lipscome was recently appointed as the 50th president of SfN, and its 11th female…

No one gets to where they are without some kind of mentor figure, but it can be hard to know the best ways to communicate with a potential mentor and the best questions to ask.

To help you…

The Association of Staff and Faculty Women has an additional list of resources both at the university and in the community, at the state and national levels. Check them out here.

There are many valuable resources for women here at Ohio State dedicating to supporting the advancement of female students, staff, faculty, and alumni across disciplines and across career stages.…

Gender issues don't only matter for scientists - they can matter for experimental subjects, too.

In human studies such as IQ tests, pain medication studies, and more the scientist's gender…

On Thursday, March 15, 2018, the Columbus Convention Center in downtown Columbus is hosting the Women in Analytics conference.

"Ohio’s Women in Analytics Conference exists to discuss…

Starting a new career and gaining momentum is difficult for anyone. This is especially true when compounded with all-too-common struggles with things like imposter syndrome.

At the Society…