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Anonymous shared this review of Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, United States on Aug 7th, 2019
"I would avoid this workplace. You need to be part of the boy's club in order to survive. There's a culture of overwork and female bosses are married to their jobs and don't support other women. "
Anonymous shared this review of Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai on Feb 15th, 2019
"Research the lab culture carefully - every lab will have its own policies."
Anonymous shared this review of Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai on Jan 17th, 2019
"This is a great environment for learning about medical research and clinical care."
Anonymous shared this review of Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai on Mar 21st, 2016
"I've been very happy, both with the project I am working on and with the people I am working with. However, there seems to be a fair about of 'unconscious' bias at work here. There are 10 independent faculty members only 1 of them is female, and she seems to do the lion's share of the 'care taking' in terms of organizing social events and emotional support of newer faculty. While at lower levels in the research team the ratio female to male is very different( Instructor 1:2; Postdoc 1:1; Research Assistant 7:10). Invited lectures have also been predominately male (19/20 invited speakers were at the annual symposium over the lat 4 years). There are a number of subtle factors at play here, but because the people in charge of recruiting are scientists, they believe they are operation without bias. Suggestions of unconscious bias playing a role have been met (in the past) with anger and derision."