Courtesy of Johns Hopkins University Montana

“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.

Sarah also participated in the Human Genome Project. She was featured on an episode of PBS’s Nova entitled: Great Human Odyssey in October of 2016.