| Biruté Mary Galdikas, Ph.D. |
Senior Research Associate
Dr. Biruté Mary Galdikas has studied the orangutans of Indonesian Borneo for more than 30 years and is today the world's leading authority on this Asian ape. Dr. Galdikas is Professor Extraordinaire at the Universitas Nasional in Jakarta and Full Professor of Anthropology at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada. She is the author of dozens of scientific articles on orangutan biology, evolution and behavior, and she has also written numerous books of interest to the general public, including Reflections of Eden. Dr. Galdikas is the President of Orangutan Foundation International, a non-profit organization devoted to the conservation of orangutans.
Dongpo Xia, Ph.D. Candidate
Susan M. Cheyne, Ph.D.
|Mr. Young Zhu, Ph.D. Candidate |
Mr. Yong Zhu is a Ph.D. student in Behavioral and Molecular Ecology, School of Life Science, Hefei, Anhui University. He has studied free-living Tibetan macaques in Huangshan, China, since 2007 and is currently completing a study of disease transmission between humans and macaques.
Amanda has been accepted into the SUNY's Interdepartmental Doctoral Program in Anthropological ScienJake Funkhouser Awarded Grant
Jake Funkhouser has been awarded a grant from the Office of Undergraduate Research, Central WashingtBonobo Appreciation Day Tabling: Feb. 14th
Celebrate Feb 14 by learning all about BONOBOS! Primate Awareness Network (PAN) will be tabling from