The Disconnect Between Scientific Progress and Career Progression

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Supported by a Grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

Richard B Freeman
Eric Weinstein
Elizabeth Marincola
Janet Rosenbaum
Frank Solomon

August, 2001

We owe a special thanks to the principal investigators, graduate students and post-doctorate students who discussed the bio-science job market with us; to Alida Castillo-Freeman for the SESTAT tabulations; and to the undergraduate bioscience concentrators who responded to our survey. We thank several members of the ASCB board for critical comments.We especially thank Professor Carol Greider (Johns Hopkins University) for significant contributions to improving this report.

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