|Born||February 9, 1965
|Institutions||American University of Beirut, Lebanese American University|
Pierre Zalloua (Arabic: بيار زلّوعة) is a Lebanese biologist. His contributions to biology include numerous researches in genetic predisposition to diseases such as type 1 diabetes and β-thalassemia. He is most noted for taking part in the National Geographic Society's Genographic Project.
Pierre Zalloua was born in Zgharta on February 9, 1965. He obtained his Biology degree form the American University of Beirut in 1987 and a Genetics masters degree from the San Jose State University in California in 1990. Zalloua worked on his Doctorate degree in genetics from the UC Davis between 1990 and 1996 and graduated in 1996.
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