Sheridan, Jennifer; Eve Fine; Manuela Romero; Carmen Juniper Neimeko; Molly Carnes; Christine Bell; You-Geon Lee; and Casey Stockstill. 2021. Improving Department Climate Through Bias Literacy: One College’s Experience.” Journal of Women and Minorities in Science …
Carnes, Molly; Jennifer Sheridan; Eve Fine; You-Geon Lee; Amarette Filut; and Sharon Topp. “Engaging Faculty in a Workshop Intervention on Overcoming the Influence of Implicit Bias.” Journal of Clinical and Translational Science. Preproof published online …
Fine, Eve; Jennifer Sheridan; Christine Fabian Bell; Molly Carnes; Carmen Juniper Neimeko; and Manuela Romero. 2018. “Teaching Academics About Microaggressions: A Workshop Model Adaptable to Various Audiences.” Understanding Interventions Journal. In press.
Improving the leadership of sports medicine at colleges and universities is central to improving the programs for student athletes.
Biernat, Monica; Molly Carnes; Amarette Filut; and Anna Kaatz. 2019. “Gender, Race, and Grant Reviews: Translating and Responding to Research Feedback.” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. In Press.
Carnes, Molly; Eve Fine and Jennifer Sheridan. 2018. “Promises and Pitfalls of Diversity Statements: Proceed with Caution.” Academic Medicine. PMID: 30067539.
Rogus-Pulia, Nicole; Ianessa Humbert; Christine Kolehmainen; and Molly Carnes. 2018. “How Gender Stereotypes May Limit Female Faculty Advancement in Communication Sciences and Disorders.” American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 27(November): 1598-1611.
Carnes, Molly. 2018. “The American College of Physicians is Working Hard to Achieve Gender Equity, and Everyone Will Benefit.” Annals of Internal Medicine.
Pier, Elizabeth L.; Markus Brauer; Amarette Filut; Anna Kaatz; Joshua Raclaw; Mitchell J. Nathan; Cecilia E. Ford; and Molly Carnes. 2018. “Low Agreement Among Reviewers Evaluating the Same NIH Grant Applications.” PNAS. 115(12): 2952-2957.
Kolehmainen, Christine and Molly Carnes. 2018. “Who Resembles a Scientific Leader-Jack or Jill? How Implicit Bias Could Influence Research Grant Funding.” Circulation. 137(8): 769-770. PMID: 29459461.