When you look at the class picture from almost any medical school, you can see how far women have come as physicians.
The story begins with a young electrical engineering grad fresh out of Ohio University with a double major in chemistry. It was the late 90s, and he was on the road to a PhD in biomedical engineering with no clear aim.
Repairing heart arteries that become clogged with plaque--a condition known as atherosclerosis--has become a familiar medical procedure in recent years.
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