Baptiste Sadoughi

My name is Baptiste Sadoughi (he/him/his) and I am a postdoctoral researcher in the SMack Lab. I am interested in the evolutionary underpinnings of aging, and more specifically in understanding variation in the pace of epigenetic and physiological aging within and across individuals. I conducted my veterinary degree in France, and my PhD in Germany at the University of Goettingen on social and physiological aging in free-ranging macaques. My broader aim is to contribute to study how social inequalities ‘get under the skin’. Aside from work, I enjoy hiking and going to the theater. You can follow me on twitter @BSadoughi.

Email: sbaptis7_at_asu_dot_edu