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Regenerating the academic pipeline

Kara McKinley is an assistant professor of stem-cell and regenerative biology at Harvard University. In addition to advancing our understanding of endometrial regeneration, she has tackled the gender bias in the academic job market by founding the ‘Leading Edge Fellows’ program. Nature Cell Biology contacted her to discuss her career and goals for our research community.

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Casadio, M. Regenerating the academic pipeline. Nat Cell Biol 25, 369–371 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41556-022-01083-8

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