Dr. Anne Burrows Elected as a Fellow in the American Association for Anatomy

Dr. Anne Burrows

Dr. Anne Burrows was elected as a Fellow in the American Association for Anatomy.  The rank of Fellow of the American Association for Anatomy (FAAA) honors distinguished members who have demonstrated excellence in science and in their overall contributions to the anatomical sceinces.  

Dr. Burrows has been a member of the American Association for Anatomy since 2007 and currently serves on the Board of Directors.  Dr. Burrows research focuses on primate feeding biomechanics, non-vocal communication and promate facial expression and its evolution.

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