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Constance Campbell


Annually, the Major in Biological Sciences considers students for the Constance Campbell Prize for Basic Research.

Constance Campbell completed her postdoctoral training with fellow Northwestern faculty, Professor Neena Schwartz at the University of Illinois at Chicago. In 1974, Dr. Campbell was hired as an assistant professor of biological sciences at Northwestern. Dr. Campbell’s research explored the relationship between the environment and sexual behaviors. During her time on the faculty, she also served as a preceptor in the program for reproductive biology. In 1980, Dr. Campbell was promoted to associate professor, but passed away only a year later.

Biography from "Hidden No More" - Northwestern University

Photo from Northwestern University's Center for Reproductive Science