Alumni

PAST GRADUATE THESIS ADVISEES

Natalia Ceresoli
Ph.D. Candidate, Biology (2003-present), Univeristy of the Northeast, Argentina
Doctoral Dissertation: “Conservation and Ecology of Mammals in the Argentinean Chaco”.

Jennie Lau
Undergraduate Thesis (2003),
U.C. San Diego
Thesis: Heterologous amplification and diversity of microsatellite loci in three owl monkey species (Aotus azarai, A. lemurinus, A. nancymaae). 

John Lindo
MA Anthropology (2010), University of Pennsylvania
Thesis: Sexually dimorphic calls in the owl monkey (Aotus azarai): Evidence for an alarm function against adult replacement.

Ph.D. Candidate, Anthropology,University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana
JLindo1@illinois.edu

Andrea Spence-Aizenberg
MA Biological Anthropology (2010), University of PennsylvaniaThesis: Affiliative behaviors in pairbonded red titi monkeys (Callicebus discolor).

Ph.D. Student, Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania
aspence@sas.upenn.edu

Christy Wolovich
Ph.D. Biology (2006),
University of Miami
Doctoral Dissertation: Pair Formation and Food Sharing in Captive and Free-Ranging Owl Monkeys. 

Assistant Professor
Department of Biology, MacMurray College
ckwolovich@gmail.com

PAST UNDERGRADUATE THESIS ADVISEES

Ryan Hodge
Senior Honor Thesis (2008),
Rutgers University
Thesis: “Pair formation and pairbond maintenance in wild owl monkeys.” 
Advisor: R. Palombit.

Marina Giménez
Bachelor’s Thesis (2004),
University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Thesis: “Seasonal changes in the diet of Argentinean Owl Monkeys” .

Morgan L. Gustison
Senior Honor Thesis (2009),
University of Wisconsin
Thesis: “Social Monogamy: Proximity Maintenance and Foraging Patterns in the Wild Argentinean Owl Monkey (Aotus azarai azarai). 
Advisor: C. Snowdon.

Annick McIntosh 
Senior Honor Thesis (2010),
Haverford College
Thesis: “Variation in the prolactin receptor gene and paternal care behavior in Aotus azarai azarai”
Advisor: T.G. Schurr.

Noah Snyder-Mackler
Undergraduate Research (2006),
University of Pennsylvania
Thesis: “A preliminary study of vocal communication and play-back experiments with titi monkeys at the Tiputini Biodiversity Station”,

PAST STUDENT RESEARCH ADVISEES

Gabriel
Carrillo
Bilbao, (Universidad Central del Ecuador)

Katherine Corogenes, (University of Pennsylvania, 2012)

Rachel Gittelman, (University of Pennsylvania, 2011)

Ben Jones, (University of Pennsylvania, 2012)

Rodrigo Osvaldo Delgado, (Universidad Nacional Tucumán, Argentina)

Alberto Perez Bogado, (Universidad Nacional Tucumán, Argentina)

Adriana Torres, (Universidad Nacional Litoral, Argentina)

Maria Rakhovskaya, (Doctoral Student, University of Pennsylvania)

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