Co-Sponsored by Harvard Club of San Francisco & Stanford Alumni Association
SOLD OUT! Women Breaking Barriers in Science, Technology & Medicine
“What are the barriers that women face, and how do we level the playing field?”
From the first female medical school graduate in 1849 to the current decade where women make up nearly 50% of the entering medical student class, clearly much progress has been made over the past 150 years. But the number of women in C level positions within academia, health care, and life sciences seems to tell a different story: “What are the barriers that women face, and how do we level the playing field?” Hear insights from five distinguished women at the forefront of scientific innovation, policy development, and healthcare advances, and learn how they are changing our world.
Eliza Chin, MD, Executive director of the American Medical Women's Association
Elizabeth Baca, MD, Senior Health Advisor, State of California Governor's Office of Planning and Research
Nola Masterson, Member of board of Directors, Repros Therapeutics
Jessica Mega, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Verily
Sara Radcliffe, CEO, California Life Sciences Association
Monday, November 20, 2017
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
400 Howard St, San Francisco, CA 94105
Lite bites & drinks
HCSF Members $25
Registration deadline: 12 noon, Nov. 17
No refunds after Nov. 16
Organizer: Anupam Agarwal, MPH 2005 email@example.com
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400 Howard St
San Francisco, CA 94105
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