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Susan C Alberts


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Professor of Biology at Duke University, Associate Director for Science at NESCent. Studies the ecological, physiological, and genetic correlates of behavior in wild populations of large mammals; has spent 30 years studying wild primates in Kenya, and 10 years studying African elephants. Directs the Amboseli Baboon Research Project and spends several months each year in the field in Kenya. Prof. Alberts has been at Duke University since 1998.

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Professor of Biology

Duke University
Biology

National Evolutionary Synthesis Center