Anthropology is defined as the study of humankind and their origins, throughout different places and times. Anthropology is a interdisciplinary science, however the discipline focuses in detail on cultural, biological, linguistic, and archaeological research.
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Kambiz Kamrani is a board certified general surgeon. He attended UC Santa Cruz as a undergraduate, where he obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology there. He did fieldwork in Ethiopia and also worked with Koko, the gorilla, at the Gorilla Foundation. Afterwards, he completed a Masters of Science in Biology from CSU East Bay and his medical degree from St. George’s University. His general surgery residency was completed at Monmouth Medical Center.
Since September of 2005, he has maintained this site as well as Primatology.net. His CV can be found on his homepage, and you can find him on social media at the following locations Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
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