Natalie Porter

Josh Weinhold | May 14, 2015

Medical anthropologist Natalie Porter will join Notre Dame’s Department of Anthropology as an assistant professor in fall 2015.

As a researcher studying health and biosafety issues associated with human-animal interactions and laboratory experiments, Porter will bring a “distinctive and engaging” scholarly presence, said Professor Agustín Fuentes, chair of the department.
 
“Her expertise in medical anthropology combined with her practical and theoretical involvement with the exciting new area of multi-species anthropology opens new horizons,” he said, “and expands the possibilities for our students, our collaborative research, and our impact.”

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