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Publications

Carapinha R, Ortiz-Walters R, Hill EV, Reede JY. Variability in women faculty’s preferences regarding mentor similarity: A multi-institution study in academic medicine. Acad Med. 2016 Aug; 91(8): 1108–1118. doi: 10.1097/ACM.0000000000001284

Hill EV, Wake M, Carapinha R, Normand S, Wolf RE, Norris K, Reede JY. Rationale and design of the women and inclusion in academic medicine study. Ethn Dis. Spring 2016; 26(2): 245-254. doi:10.18865/ed.26.2.245.

Hill EV, Carapinha R, Reede JY, Pasquantonio-Pierce M. Mentoring as a strategy for addressing differential career outcomes. A Research Mentoring Guide for Early Career STEM Faculty at HBCUs. Quality Education for Minorities. Spring 2016: 49-58.

Warner ET, Carapinha R, Hill EV, Weber GM, Reede JY. Faculty promotion and attrition: The importance of coauthor network reach at an academic medical center. J of Gen Intern Med. 2016; 31 (1), 60-67. doi: 10.1007/s11606-015-3463-7

Warner ET, Carapinha R, Hill EV, Weber GM, Reede JY. Considering context in academic medicine: differences in demographic and professional characteristics and in research productivity and advancement metrics across seven clinical departments. Acad Med. 2015; 90(8):1077-83. doi: 10.1097/ACM.0000000000000717.

Hill CF, Hill EV, Wake M, Blake-Beard SD, Reede JY. Career progression in academic medicine: Perspectives from junior faculty women of color. CGO Insights. 2014; 39. Center for Gender in Organizations, Simmons School of Management, Boston, MA

Presentations

Current Year

Hill EV, Carapinha R, Warner ET, Weber GM, Reede JY.  Enhancing diversity in academic medicine through faculty networks. Panel Presentation at: National Institutes of Health Conference on Evidence-Based Innovations to Support Women in Biomedical Research Careers; June 6, 2016; Bethesda, Maryland.

Reede JY, Carapinha R, Warner ET, Weber GM, Hill EV. Faculty connections and networks: Intervention to support and advance women faculty careers in academic medicine. Panel Presentation at: National Institutes of Health Conference on Evidence-Based Innovations to Support Women in Biomedical Research Careers; June 6, 2016; Bethesda, Maryland.

Marrast L, Carapinha R, Hill EV, Reede JY.  Individual characteristics of and barriers experienced by female junior faculty applying for k-awards and R01 grants. Poster Presentation at: Society of General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting; May 11, 2016; Hollywood, Florida.

Marrast L, Carapinha R, Hill EV, Reede JY. Individual characteristics of and barriers experienced by female junior faculty applying for K-awards and R01 grants.  Poster Presentation at: MidAtlantic Regional Conference of the Society of General Internal Medicine; April 1, 2016; Hempstead, New York.

Hill EV, Carapinha R, Reede JY, Pasquantonio-Pierce MA. Mentoring as a strategy to address differential career outcomes. Panel Presentation at: Quality Education for Minorities Professional Development Workshop on Research Mentoring of Early Career STEM Faculty at HBCUs; February 26-27, 2016; Baltimore, Maryland.

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