Portfolio: Editorial portraits: KathyBentson-primates

Kathy Bentson, a former research scientist in the Primate Center at the University of Washington, stands in front of a tall, blue wooden wall bearing No Trespassing signs that blocks the public's view of the construction of the new underground animal research lab in Seattle, Wash. on September 21, 2016. In the rear is the William H. Foege Building for Bioengineering and Genome Sciences. Bentson is trying to submit the results of a study she did with others on how to reduce the prevalence of abnormal behaviors in laboratory monkeys to peer review journals, but has met a lot of resistance from the university. (© Karen Ducey Photography)

Kathy Bentson, a former research scientist in the Primate Center at the University of Washington, stands in front of a tall, blue wooden wall bearing No Trespassing signs that blocks the public's view of the construction of the new underground animal research lab in Seattle, Wash. on September 21, 2016. In the rear is the William H. Foege Building for Bioengineering and Genome Sciences. Bentson is trying to submit the results of a study she did with others on how to reduce the prevalence of abnormal behaviors in laboratory monkeys to peer review journals, but has met a lot of resistance from the university. (© Karen Ducey Photography)