Projects

      The Shuar Health and Life History Project

Ecuador
 


Lawrence Sugiyama, Project Director, PI
University of Oregon, Department of Anthropology

Josh Snodgrass, Co-PI
University of Oregon, Department of Anthropology

Felicia Madimenos
Queens College, CUNY, Department of Anthropology

Richard G. Bribiescas
Yale University, Department of Anthropology

Dorsa Amir

Boston University, Department of Psychology

      The Owl Monkey Project in the Argentinean Chaco

Argentina
 


Eduardo Fernandez-Duque
Yale University, Department of Anthropology

The Owl Monkey Project, started in 1996 by Dr. Eduardo Fernandez-Duque, is a multi-disciplinary program on the owl monkeys of the Argentinean Chaco. Studies are conducted on population biology, demography, behavior, genetics, endocrinology and conservation in collaboration with numerous institutions and colleagues and with the support of international and Argentinean funding agencies.

      The Chaco Area Reproductive Ecology (CARE) Program

Argentina
 


Claudia Valeggia
Yale University, Department of Anthropology

Melanie Martin
Yale University, Department of Anthropology

Established in 1997, The C.A.R.E Program aims at advancing our understanding of the interaction between reproductive patterns and the ecological context in populations of the Gran Chaco region of Argentina.

      The Ngogo Chimpanzee Project

Kibale National Park, Uganda
 


David Watts
Yale University, Department of Anthropology

John Mitani
University of Michigan, Department of Anthropology

Melanie Beuerlein
Yale University, Department of Anthropology

Gary Aronsen
Yale University, Department of Anthropology

Richard G. Bribiescas
Yale University, Department of Anthropology