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Consider the home research environments of international students

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M.M. discloses that (1) he is a co-founder and director of the Academic Parity Movement (, a nonprofit organization dedicated to addressing academic discrimination, violence and incivility, (2) he is an advisor for and shareholder in Partners in Global Wound Care (PGWC), and a co-founder of and shareholder in NanoServ Corp. and Targets’ Tip Corp., and (3) he receives royalties/honoraria for his published books, plenary lectures and licensed patent. S.H. and P.S. are the advisory board members at the Academic Parity Movement. S.A.H. is a co-founder and director at the Academic Parity Movement.

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Hosseinpour, S., Sareh, P., Ameli Hajebi, S. et al. Consider the home research environments of international students. Nat Hum Behav 7, 660–661 (2023).

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