My students, collaborators and I study how the environment shapes the behavior and physiology of humans and non-human primates (and now dogs and children, too!). I am an Associate Professor at the University of Arizona and largely conduct research in Madagascar. I use a variety of methods, including hormonal analysis. For more information on the Laboratory for the Evolutionary Endocrinology of Primates, see LEEP.
Prospective Graduate Students...
I am currently accepting students for Fall 2020.
Please reach out via email to discuss your interests and see if our program is a good fit for you. I'm happy to set up a Skype meeting, and put you in touch with students who have worked with me.
Other researchers at UA outside of the School of Anthropology who study or have studied primate behavior, ecology, and evolution include Drs. Dieter Steklis, Netzin Steklis, Jennifer Verdolin, and Elise Lauterbur.