Where are the women? Gender inequalities in COVID-19 research authorship
– Women account for about a third of all authors who published papers related to COVID-19 since the beginning of the outbreak in January 2020. Women’s representation is lower still for first and last authorship positions.
– Gender biases seem to be affecting COVID-19 research similar to other scientific areas, highlighting that women are consistently being under-represented.
– This may have implications for the availability and interrogation of sex-disaggregated data and th...Expand abstract
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