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Current Lab Members

Verena Behringer (Postdoc):

  • endocrine correlates of bonobo and chimpanzee ontogeny

 

Tobias Deschner (Principal Investigator):

  • supervision and development of lab projects

 

Heidi Douglas (PhD Student):

  • female bonobo reproductive strategies and mate choice

 

Colleen Gault (PhD Student):

  • female stress response to male immigration in white faced capuchins

 

Irene Godoy (Guest Scientist):

  • female reproductive strategies in capuchin monkeys

 

Sosthene Habumuremy (PhD Student):

  • female mountain gorilla reproductive strategies

 

Liza Moscovice (Postdoc):

  • endocrine correlates of social bonding and cooperation in female bonobos

 

Róisín Murtagh (Technician):

  • development of LC-MS methods for the analysis of steroid and peptide hormones

 

Niina Nurmi (PhD Student):

  • costs and benefits of sociality in wild female bonobos

 

Anna Preis (PhD Student):

  • proximate mechanisms of consolation and reconciliation in wild chimpanzees

 

Liran Samuni (PhD Student)

  • Underlying mechanisms of cooperation and social bonds in wild chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes): a behavioural and physiological perspective

 

 

 

Franka Schaebs (PhD Student):

  • endocrinological correlates of male white faced capuchin behavior and development

 

Vera Schmeling (Technician):

  • hormone measurements with Enyzme Immuno Assays

 

Martin Surbeck (Postdoc):

  • male bonobo reproductive strategies and social relationships

 

Erin Wessling (PhD Student):

  • physiological responses to environmental stressors of chimpanzees who inhabit the margins of the distribution range

 

Livia Wittiger (PhD Student):

  • female chimpanzee social strategies

 

Former Lab Members

Barbara Hauser, Postdoc 2005-2008:

development of steroid metabolite measurement methods of non-invasive samples from great apes with LC-MS
current position: departmental head Rückstandsanalytik
Landesanstalt für Landwirtschaft, Forsten und Gartenbau (LLFG)
Landwirtschaftliches Untersuchungswesen, Halle/ Saale

Anja Weltring, Postdoc 2008-2011:

development of steroid metabolite measurement methods of non-invasive samples from great apes with LC-MS
current position: head of department for residue analyses in food, animal feed and environmental samples at Institute for chemical and veterinary investigations, Ostwestfalen-Lippe, Detmold