The Scientist Is In: Kailie Batsche
Come meet Kailie Batsche from the Center for the Advanced Study of Human Paleobiology George Washington University and talk to her about her research in hominin paleontology, functional morphology and mobility, and key shifts in the paleoenvironment pertaining to human origins. Specifically, she is studying primate locomotion and the evolution of vertebrate bipedalism.
The Scientist Is In program provides opportunities for museum visitors to have informal conversations with scientists, and is not a formal lecture program. Drop in and join the conversation.