Kathleen Reedy – Antarctic Adventures, Part ll
Kathleen Reedy was part of a research team, National Science Foundation Grantees, studying human adaptation to cold climate. She has made seven trips to Antarctic totaling 10 months. The research has been published in several peer reviewed journals and funded by the National Science Foundation.
At Naval Medical Research Institute, with two colleagues, they began the research in human adaptation to cold climate; in Bethesda laboratories, in Alaska in the field with the Navy SEALs, and in Antarctica.
When she came last time, Kathleen talked about her work at McMurdo station. Her time expired before she got to the stories about the South Pole, which will be the focus of her August presentation.