In collaboration with Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Clinic, MetroHealth System, BioMotiv and the Museum of Natural History, the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (HBA) will host a panel discussion on gender bias in medicine and science.
Held Monday, Feb. 8, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Tinkham Veale University Center ballroom, “Gender Bias in Science and Medicine: Understanding the Present to Change the Future” will feature opening remarks from Diana Billimoria, the KeyBank Professor and chair and professor of organizational behavior.
The panel will include:
Akram Boutros, CEO of the MetroHealth System;
Evalyn Gates, CEO of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History;
Lynn Singer, deputy provost and vice president of academic affairs at CWRU;
Charis Eng, the ACS Clinical Research Professor, the Sondra J. & Stephen R. Hardis Endowed Chair of Cancer Genomic Medicine, chairwoman of the Genomic Medicine Institute and director, Center for Personalized Genetic Healthcare; and
Juliana M. Woda, project manager at BioMotiv
Laura Butler, immediate past president of the HBA Ohio Chapter Mentoring Program Board and CEO of WorkLife Performance Consulting, will moderate the discussion.
The fee to attend the event is $10 for members of the HBA Ohio Chapter Mentoring Program and $20 for non-members.