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Welcome! I am a Biological Anthropologist and Evolutionary Ecologist interested in the relationships between sensory and foraging ecology and their roles in human and nonhuman primate evolution and adaptation. My philosophy is integrative, involving molecular ecology, field observations and isotopic analyses. Several of my current research interests include:

1) variation in primate sensory genetics and links with behavioral ecology

2) the roles of diet, habitat and the senses in primate origins and adaptive radiation

3) the effects of seasonality on foraging ecology, nutrition, and ecological intelligence

 

 

Education:

PhD (2011) Biological Anthropology; Department of Anthropology; University of Calgary, Canada

Master of Arts (2006) Primatology;  Department of Anthropology; University of Calgary, Canada

Bachelor of Science (2003) Zoology; Department of Biological Sciences; University of Calgary, Canada