Gertrude Crotty Davenport , was an American zoologist who worked as both a researcher and an instructor at established research centers such as the University of Kansas and the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory where she studied embryology, development, and heredity. The wife of Charles Benedict Davenport, a prominent eugenicist, she co-authored several works with her husband. Together, they were highly influential in the United States eugenics movement during the progressive era.Source: Wikipedia
Public university in the state of Kansas
Former women's college in Cambridge, Massachusetts
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