Biography

Ann MacLarnon is Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology, and an active member of the Centre for Research in Evolutionary, Social & Interdisciplinary Anthropology (CRESIDA)

Teaching

I contribute to the MRes Primate Biology, Behaviour & Conservation and supervise PhD students

 

Current PhD students

Zina Morbach - Social resilience and stress reactivity in Barbary macaques

Barbara Daffner - Gestational development & life history strategies in strepsirhine primates

 

Former PhD students

2016 Patrick Tkaczynski - The behavioural and evolutionary ecology of personality in wild Barbary macaques                                              

2015 Laëtitia Maréchal - Investigating primate tourism in Morocco using a multidisciplinary approach

2015 Laura Buck - Craniofacial morphology, paranasal sinuses and adaptation in Pleistocene hominins

2012 Emily Lodge - Energetics and life history of olive baboons (Papio hamadryas anubis) at Gashaka-Gumti National Park, Nigeria

2011 Anna van Heteren - Masticatory adaptations of extant and extinct Ursidae: an assessment using three-dimensional geometric morphometrics

2010 Lauren Brent - Investigating the causes and consequences of sociality in adult female rhesus macaques using a social network approach

2010 Adrian Barnett - The ecology of golden-backed uacari

2010 Emily Bethell - Cognitive bias in rhesus macaques

2009 Tina Christensen - Nutrition and bone loss in an archaeological population from mediaeval Hungary (10th-13th century AD)

2007 James Higham - The reproductive ecology of female olive baboons (Papio hamadryas anubis) at Gashaka-Gumti National Park, Nigeria

2007 Natasha Mistry - Food habits in metropolitan London

2007 Michail Leventopoulos- Chronic effects of the postnatal environment on glial plasticity in rats

2003 Ymke Warren - Olive baboons (Papio cyncocephalus anubis): behaviour, ecology and human conflict in Gashaka-Gumti National Park, Nigeria

1998 Kate Jones - The life-history strategies of bats

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