Gretchen Anderson

Gretchen Anderson

Conservator, Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Areas of focus: Preventative conservation

Gretchen Anderson is a conservator and the head of the Section of Conservation at Carnegie Museum of Natural History, which houses more than 22 million objects. Anderson manages collections care and continually improves environmental conditions throughout the museum, including in exhibitions and storage. Her research interests focus on preventive conservation practices for natural science collections, including environmental and integrated pest management.

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