Our lab conducts behavioral, ecological, and genetic research in a wide range of primate species. Several lab members work at our long-term research site in the Amazonian Ecuador, the Tiputini Biodiversity Station, while others have conducted field work at a variety of sites throughout Central and South America and beyond.

We combine fieldwork with molecular techniques in the lab to investigate a number of questions concerning the social systems, ecological roles, and evolutionary history of various New World primates.