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Current staff

Moses Akantorana

  • research assistant in Bwindi


Sosthene Habumuremyi

  • PhD student
  • Hormonal correlates of socio-sexual behaviors in female mountain gorillas


Daniela Hedwig

  • PhD student
  • the socioecological function of vocal communication in gorillas


Imong Inaoyom

  • PhD student
  • ecological and anthropogenic factors that determine the distribution and conservation of the Critically Endangered Cross River gorilla (Gorilla gorilla diehli)


Theresa Laverty

  • research assistant in Bwindi


Harriet Kyakyo

  •  research assistant in Bwindi


Leigh Riley


Christopher Orbell

  • Project manager for Loango Ape Project


Andrew Robbins

  • Research assistant
  • agent based modelling and demographic/life history analysis


Martha Robbins


Nicole Seiler

  • PhD student
  • Habitat utilization and decision making in Bwindi mountain gorillas (and former research assistant for Bwindi gorilla project)


Emily Turinawe

  • conservation education coordinator and data entry in Bwindi


Edward Wright

  • PhD student
  • Feeding Competition and Female Social Relationships in Bwindi Mountain Gorillas (and former research assistant for gorilla habituation in Loango)


Former group members

Thomas Breuer

  • graduate student
  • Behavioral and morphological characteristics influencing male reproductive success in western gorillas
  • Mbeli Bai, Republic of Congo


Jessica Ganas

  • graduate student
  • diet selectivity and habitat utilization of mountain gorillas
  • Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda


Damien Caillaud

  • Postdoctoral Researcher
  • Feeding ecology, feeding competition, and habitat utilization of gorillas


Cyril Grueter

  • Postdoctoral Researcher
  • Feeding ecology of Virunga mountain gorillas


Joel Glick

  • Research Assistant in Bwindi 2008-2009


Katerina Guschanski

  • Population genetics of Bwindi mountain gorillas


Jojo Head

  • PhD student
  • Non-invasive monitoring to measure dietary overlap, inter-specific competition, and population dynamics in wild living western gorillas, central chimpanzees and forest elephants
  • Project manager for Loango Ape Project 2005-2011


Peter Kabano

  • research assistant in Bwindi
  • activities focus on assisting Uganda Wildlife Authority with habituation of two gorilla groups 


Shelly Masi

  • graduate student
  • Foraging strategies of western gorillas: food selectivity and feeding competition
  • Bai Hokou, Central African Republic


John Bosco Nkurunungi

  • Postdoc
  • Foraging efficiency of mountain gorillas
  • Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda


Sarah Sawyer

  • Research assistant in Bwindi


Angelique Todd

  • graduate student
  • Socio-ecological factors influencing the habitat use of western gorillas
  • Bai Hokou, Central African Republic


Alex Tumukunde

  • Research assistant in Bwindi