Mary Pearl, Ph.D. Executive Director, Wildlife Trust, and Associate Director, Center for Environmental Research and Conservation, Columbia University.
"Dr. Pearl directs Wildlife Trust, an international network of scientists and educators engaged in work to save endangered species and their habitats from extinction in 20 high-biodiversity countries. She previously served as Associate Director of the Center for Environmental Research and Conservation, a consortium at Columbia University that includes the American Museum of Natural History, the New York Botanical Garden, and the Wildlife Conservation Society/Bronx Zoo. She is editor of the series Methods and Cases in Conservation Science , published by Columbia University Press, and co-editor of the forthcoming book from Oxford Press, Conservation Medicine . She co-founded the Center for Conservation Medicine at Tufts University. Her own research background is in the behavioral ecology and conservation of Old World primates, and she has authored a large number of publications in the field of conservation science. Dr. Pearl received her undergraduate and doctoral degrees from Yale University." 
- Executive Committee, Consortium for Conservation Medicine
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- Executive Committee, Consortium for Conservation Medicine, accessed December 2, 2008.