“It took your breath away when you realized what it was that you were looking at. It was beautiful to me and very precious.”
547: Sarah Anzick
Molecular Biologist at the National Institute of Health
Born: c.1966, Montana, United States of America
When Sarah was two years old, the remains of a 12,600-year-old male toddler were found on her family’s ranch (later known as Anzick-1—the only known Clovis burial site).
Today, Sarah uses genetics to study allergies, immunology, and infectious diseases.