Biobehavioral Health Lab
Biobehavioral Health Lab, BioEngineering Bldg. Room 0202
Behavioral ecologist and evolutionary primatologist. My work draws from evolutionary biology, animal behavior, sociology, and public health to examine the multiple links between sociality, health, and biological fitness in human and non-human primates. In the Biobehavioral Health Lab, I manage student training, safety, inventory, equipment maintenance, and running various protocols for evaluating biomarkers.
Publications available at my google scholar page