Jeanne M. Fair, Ph.D.
Learning about the natural world and inspiring others to do the same.
Applying leadership lessons in order to, in the words of Simon Sinek, “imagine a world where almost everyone wakes up inspired to go to work, feels trusted and valued during the day, and then returns home feeling fulfilled”. Helping to provide a workplace based on trust, sharing, cooperation, and respect for all colleagues. Taking actions to ensure colleagues have the best tools for the job to operate at their highest potential. Making sure decisions and behavior inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more.
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Global Conservation Institure
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MY LATEST RESEARCH
In March 2016 over 100 scientists from 19 countries came together in Amman, Jordan for to discuss the importance of scientific research in mitigatin global infectious disease. A first of its kind in the region, the Middle East and South Asia Conference on Epigenetics and Genomics of Infectious Diseases was a cross collaborative effort nearly three years in the making. The meeting offered a forum for developing research collabortions and highlighting the novel science and technogical advances in the region.
Since 1987 the California Condor population has grown from 22 to almost 500 birds. Working with the Peregrine Fund World Center for Birds of Prey, Los Alamos National Laboratory researchers investigated the microbiome of the captive California Condors.