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Faculty perceptions and knowledge of career development of trainees in biomedical science: What do we (think we) know? - Fig 14

By Stephanie W. Watts (285358), Deepshikha Chatterjee (6199151), Julie W. Rojewski (6277961), Carol Shoshkes Reiss (6277964), Tracey Baas (78087), Kathleen L. Gould (126947), Abigail M. Brown (3630544), Roger Chalkley (3630550), Patrick Brandt (3939452), Inge Wefes (255285), Linda Hyman (6277967) and J. Kevin Ford (6277970)


<p>Responses to survey factor of perceived Institutional support for different biomedical careers for graduate (A) and postdoctoral (B) trainees for Vanderbilt based survey respondents. Bars are meansĀ±SEM for number of faculty indicated in parentheses. Reported for VU based survey respondents only.</p

Topics: Medicine, Sociology, Developmental Biology, Science Policy, Mental Health, Environmental Sciences not elsewhere classified, 225 faculty members, Vanderbilt University survey, S cientific T, tenure track positions, NIH-funded effort testing, trainee, institution, B roadening E xperiences, Michigan State University, career development, MSU, Faculty, career development interventions
Year: 2019
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0210189.g014
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