I'm a biological anthropologist interested in physiological and behavioral strategies that primates use to cope with dynamic environments. I study the ways in which species distribute energy in response to changes in their environments to determine how they resolve the competing needs of growth, reproduction and survival. Specifically, I employ hormonal, phenological, ecological, and behavioral measures to assess how species (Eulemur rubriventer, Propithecus edwardsi, Propithecus diadema) mitigate environmental stress. My recent work explores how the environment impacts physiological adjustments associated with infant care.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Affiliation: Department of Anthropology, The University of Arizona