- This paper showed that telomere shortening -- a biomarker of DNA aging -- is 6x higher in new doctors from the beginning to the end of their internship year compared to shortening that occurs in controls the same age? The paper, first-authored by Brown Psychiatry grad, Kathryn Ridout, MD, PhD, demonstrated that shortening was greater among those with longer work hours.
Archived Women's Health Papers
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