Departments of Biology and Psychology, University of Pennsylvania
Publications, Grad Students, Post-Docs
As an undergraduate at Duke University, Emily studied cognition in dogs with Brian Hare. She received her PhD in 2017, after conducting a three-year longitudinal study of social and cognitive development in puppies, based at The Seeing Eye© in New Jersey. Emily is now a post-doc working jointly with Evan MacLean at the University of Arizona Canine Cognition Center (Tucson AZ) and Canine Companions for Independence ((Santa Rosa, CA).
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Isaac received his PhD in 2016 for research on the vocal communication of free-ranging bonobos at the Lui Kotal research site in the Democratic Republic of Congo, established by Gottfried Hohmann. He is now a visiting scientist at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology (Leipzig, Germany), hoping to continue field research on African great apes.
For his PhD (received in 2012), Noah studied patterns of genetic relatedness, kinship, and cooperation in gelada monkeys in the Simien Mountains of Ethiopia, working jointly with Jacinta Beehner and Thore Bergman. During these years, Noah was reputed to be the fastest chicken plucker in the Simien Mountains. He then spent three years as a postdoctoral fellow at Duke University, working with Jenny Tung, and is now an Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department at the University of Washington.
Previous graduate students and post-docs (since 1995)
Maria Rakhovskaya (graduate student)
Shermin de Silva (graduate student)
Julie Gros-Louis (graduate student)
Gabriel Ramos-Fernandez (graduate student)
Klaus Zuberbuhler (graduate student)
Michael Platt (graduate student)
Liza Moscovice (post-doc)
Cathy Crockford (post-doc)
Roman Wittig (post-doc)
Anne Engh (post-doc)
Jacinta Beehner (post-doc)
Thore Bergman (post-doc)
Dawn Kitchen (post-doc)
Julia Fischer (post-doc)
Marta Manser (post-doc)
Drew Rendall (post-doc)
Ryne Palombit (post-doc)