Andrea Baden has research interests in primate behavior, molecular ecology, and conservation, with a focus on Malagasy strepsirrhines. For further information, visit nycep.org/faculty/andrea-baden or email andrea.baden [at] hunter.cuny.edu.

Stephen Chester has research interests in evolutionary morphology, primate origins, and mammalian evolution and response to climate change. For further information, visit www.brooklyn.cuny.edu/.../stephenchester.php or email stephenchester [at] brooklyn.cuny.edu.

Eric Delson has research interests in paleoanthropology, primate paleontology, primatology, 3D geometric morphometrics, and evolutionary biology. For further information, visit pages.nycep.org/ed or email eric.delson [at] lehman.cuny.edu.

Christopher Gilbert has research interests in primate paleontology, geometric morphometrics, ecomorphology, systematics, and phylogenetics. For further information, visit nycep.org/faculty/christopher-gilbert or email cgilbert [at] hunter.cuny.edu.

William Harcourt-Smith has research interests in paleoanthropology, human evolution, hominin postcranial morphology, functional anatomy, primate locomotion, hominoid paleoecology, geometric morphometrics, and skeletal variation. For further information, email willhs [at] amnh.org.

Jeffrey Laitman has research interests in comparative anatomy, development and evolution of the mammalian aerodigestive tract (upper respiratory, upper digestive, vocal) and contiguous areas of the cranial base. For further information, visit nycep.org/faculty/jeffrey-laitman or email jeffrey.laitman [at] mssm.edu.

Felicia Madimenos has research interests in human biology, reproductive energetics, skeletal health, and market integration effects on health. For more information, you may visit www.bonesandbehavior.org/madimenos.html or contact her directly at fmadimenos [at] qc.cuny.edu

Ekaterina Pechenkina has research interests in bioarchaeology, disease in prehistory, bone pathology, neolithic China, and prehistoric Peru. For further information, visit qcpages.qc.edu/anthro/pechenkina/pechenkina.html or email pechenkina [at] yahoo.com.

Thomas Plummer has research interests in Pliocene and Pleistocene hominin behavior and paleoecology, the adaptive significance of Early Stone Age lithic technology, hominin and mammalian paleontology, ecomorphology, human osteology. For further information, visit qcpages.qc.edu/ANTHRO/plummer/plummer.html or email thomas.plummer [at] qc.cuny.edu.

Herman Pontzer has research interests in human evolution, locomotor biomechanics, energetics, experimental biology, and primate ecomorphology. For further information, visit pages.nycep.org/pontzer/Pontzer_Lab.html or email herman.pontzer [at] hunter.cuny.edu.

Ryan Raaum has research interests in population genetics, bioinformatics, human evolution, and statistical genetics. For further information, visit www.raaum.org or email ryan.raaum [at] lehman.cuny.edu.

Alfred Rosenberger has research interests in primate evolution and primate origins, with a focus on Neotropical primates. For further information, visit pages.nycep.org/rosenberger or email alfredr [at] brooklyn.cuny.edu.

Jessica Rothman has research interests in primate ecology and behavior, nutrition, evolutionary ecology, Old World monkeys, and apes, with a focus on African primates. For further information, visit pages.nycep.org/rothman or email jessica.rothman [at] hunter.cuny.edu.

Vincent Stefan has research interests in forensic anthropology, human evolution, human osteology, paleoanthropology, quantitative methods, Polynesian / Easter Island skeletal biology, and Oceania. For further information, visit nycep.org/faculty/vincent-stefan or email vincent.stefan [at] lehman.cuny.edu.

Michael Steiper has research interests in genetics, DNA, phylogenetics, population genetics, primates, hominoids, malaria, and molecular clocks. For further information, visit biology.hunter.cuny.edu/steiper/AGL_main.html or email msteiper [at] hunter.cuny.edu.

Larissa Swedell has research interests in social behavior, behavioral ecology, reproductive strategies, evolution of social organization, human social evolution, conservation, baboons. For further information, visit larissaswedell.org or email LSwedell [at] qc.edu.