|Takeshi FURUICHI||Professor||Ecology and social behavior of bonobos, chimpanzees, and Japanese
Evolution of social structure of primates.
|Michael A. HUFFMAN||Associate Professor||
Primate self-medicative behavior, mechanisms of the diffusion of
behavioral traditions, primate parasite ecology.
|Yamato TSUJI||Assistant Professor||Spatiotemporal variation in feeding ecology of macaques and colobines.
Seed dispersal by primates and carnivores.
|Hiroyuki TAKEMOTO||Post-Doctral Fellow||Ecology of chimpanzees and bonobos.
(Relation between micrometeorology and behavior, feeding ecology, tool using behavior, palaeo-geography of African continent and the evolution of African apes)
|Nahoko TOKUYAMA||PhD Student (D3), JSPS Research Fellow (DC1)||The adaptive function of redirected aggression in semi-provisioned
Aggression and Post-conflict behavior in wild bonobos.
The collective decision making of wild bonobos.
|Heungjin RYU||PhD Student (D3)||Studying wild bonobos at Wamba, DR Congo.
Social behavior and sexual swelling,
Life-history reproductive strategy of bonobos.
|Cintia GARAI||PhD Student (D3)||Personality
and polymorphisms of personality-related genes in wild bonobos
|Lucie RIGAILL||PhD Student (D2)
JSPS Research Fellow (DC1)
Sexual signaling and mating strategies in Japanese macaques
|Rafaela Sayuri TAKESHITA||PhD Student (D2)||
Non-invasive monitoring of endocrine status in nonhuman primates.
Primate social behavior and hormonal changes.
|Aru TOYODA||Master Student (M2)||Non-conceptive sexual behavior in Japanese Macaques.
|Kazuya TODA||Master Student (M1)|
|Josue ALEJANDRO PASTRANA||Master Student (M1)||Evaluating stress in male Japanese Macaques living in two types of
|Ishizuka shintaro||Master Student (M1)|
|Gomyo hiroko||Master Student (M1)|