No prize-worthy (early career) women? Part two

In the past we’ve compiled a list of awards and the gender breakdown of awardees. Today, we’re starting a list focused on early career investigator awards.

Elsevier/VSS Young Investigator Award – Awarded since 2007, to 9 men : 1 woman (10%); base rate estimated to be 30% using our most recent search of the term vision science in NIH RePORTER

Society For Neuroeconomics Early Career Award – Awarded since 2009, to 8 men : 3 women (27%); base rate estimated to be 37% using our current neuroeconomics number

Society for Neuroscience Young Investigator Award – Awarded since 1983, to 41 men : 9 women (18%), and awarded to 12 men : 4 women (25%) since 2007; base rate estimated to be 24% using our current general neuroscience number (current selection committee: 5 women, 3 men)

Did we miss an award? Please send additional early career prizes (good or bad) to biaswatchneuro@gmail.com and we will add them.
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Announcing: Symposium on Gender Bias in Scientific Publishing

Symposium on Gender Bias in Scientific Publishing 

Organizers: Anh Le, Sarah Millar

Friday, April 8, 2016; 8:30am to 4:30pm

Arthur H. Rubenstein Auditorium & Lobby
Smilow Center for Translational Research
3400 Civic Center Blvd
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Click the link above to register!