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Despite increased awareness of the lack of gender equity in academia and a growing number of initiatives to address issues of diversity, change is slow and inequalities remain. Gender bias in academia is not a single problem but manifests as a collection of distinct issues that negatively affect every aspect of women researchers' lives: careers, work-life balance, and mental health. Together with 43 authors across 10 countries, we disentangled these facets and propose concrete suggestions that can be adopted by individuals, academic institutions, and society to mitigate the pervasive effect of gender bias. 



Dr Anaïs Lloren's research interest focuses on the interface between cognitive models and brain mechanisms underlying working memory and language. Her research is based on behavioral and electrophysiological (EEG and intraEEG) experiments conducted with healthy and pathologic populations. She is also actively engaged in promoting equity and diversity in STEM.



The seminar will take place in person only at the Department of Experimental Psychology, New Radcliffe House (Seminar Room 2), Walton Street, Oxford OX2 6NW. 

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