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These two female neuroscientists are trying to reverse damaging stereotypes

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Janine Gronewold

Postdoctoral research fellow , Department of Vascular Neurology and Dementia of the University Hospital Essen

Miriam Engels

Doctoral student , Institute of Medical Sociology at the University Clinic Düsseldorf

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