Graduate Students

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    • Joseph T Feldblum
    • Graduate Student
    • My research interests include sexual selection, cooperation, demographic influences on behavior, and rank attainment in primates.
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    • Amanda J. Lea
    • Doctoral Student of Environmental Sciences and Policy and Graduate Student of Evolutionary Anthropology
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    • Nichelle D. Reed
    • Graduate Assistant
    • I'm working with Dr. Steve Churchill on fossil hominin material in relation to the functional morphology of locomotion and reconstructing phylogeny.
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    • India A. Schneider-Crease
    • Graduate Student
    • My research focuses on the physiological, behavioral, and environmental drivers of infection in wild primate populations. In particular, I study how intrinsic host characteristics shape patterns of infection and drive disease from the tapeworm Taenia serialis in geladas (Theropithecus gelada).
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    • Kendra N. Smyth
    • Doctoral Student of Environmental Sciences and Policy and Graduate Student of Evolutionary Anthropology
    • Neuro-endocrine and behavioral mechanisms of female dominance and reproductive skew in wild meerkats, Suricata suricatta  Ecological immunology: the causes and consequences of investment in immune function; trade-offs between reproductive effort and immune function
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