Training and Education in Conservation Science
Jens Stenger—an Andrew W. Mellon postdoctoral fellow in conservation science at Harvard University Art Museums—taking samples from Saint Roch by Giovanni Canavesio. Stenger is working on a collaborative project to better understand the unusual painting technique of distemper on canvas. Postdoctoral fellowships are a traditional route for scientists to receive additional specialized training in conservation science. Photo: Narayan Khandekar.