The Lancet 393 (10171):e9-e11 (2019)

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Carole J. Lee
University of Washington
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The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation's competitive career development award selects awardees annually. This paper describes changes DDCF made to its grants making process to improve gender representation in its applicant and awardee pools.
Keywords Gender  Peer review  Grant review
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