Penn Women in Cardiology: Breaking barriers and building support in cardiovascular medicine
Cardiology has long been a male-dominated field, with women making up less than 20% of the board-certified cardiologists in the U.S. Nosheen Reza, an instructor in cardiovascular medicine at the Perelman School of Medicine, has made it her mission to tackle these disparities and increase the representation of women in the field. In 2017, Reza launched Penn Women in Cardiology. Her goal was to break down the barriers that women have been facing nationally in the field by connecting them together as a supportive force.
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