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Nancy Jeanne Alexander, American health science facility administrator, researcher. Member American Society Andrology (president 1979-1980), Society for the Study of Reproduction (board directors 1980-1983), American Fertility Society (board directors 1986-1989).

Background

Alexander, Nancy Jeanne was born on December 1, 1939 in Cleveland. Daughter of Ralph Stanley and Dorotha Mae (Hunt) Hilditch.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Miami University of Ohio, 1960;Master of Arts, Miami University of Ohio, 1961;Doctor of Philosophy, University of Wisconsin, 1965.

Career

Professor anatomy, microbiology, immunology, obstetrics-gynecology., urology, Oregon Health Sciences U., Portland, 1980-1986;scientist, Oregon Primate Research Center, Beaverton, 1978-1986;professor department obstetrics-gynecology., Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, Virginia, 1986-1993;expert contraceptive development branch national institute child health and human development, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland., 1990-1993;chief contraceptive development branch national institute child health and human development, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland., since 1993.

Membership

Member American Society Andrology (president 1979-1980), Society for the Study of Reproduction (board directors 1980-1983), American Fertility Society (board directors 1986-1989).

Connections

Married David Frederick Staat, November 28, 1970. Children: Benjamin Alexander, Alex Roy.