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Takeshi FURUICHI Professor Ecology and social behavior of bonobos, chimpanzees, and Japanese macaques.
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.
Multispecies association.
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)
Heungjin RYU PhD Student (D3) Studying wild bonobos at Wamba, DR Congo.
Social behavior and sexual swelling,
Life-history reproductive strategy of bonobos.
Sofia Bernstein PhD Student (D3/PWS Leading Graduate Student L5) Vocal Communication in Tibetan macaques: Acoustic Structure and
Factors Mediating Call production
Lucie RIGAILL PhD Student (D3/JSPS Research Fellow (DC1)) Sexual signaling and mating strategies in Japanese macaques

Rafaela Sayuri TAKESHITA PhD Student (D3/PWS Leading Graduate Student L5) Non-invasive monitoring of endocrine status in nonhuman primates.
Primate social behavior and hormonal changes.
Aru TOYODA PhD Student (D2/JSPS Research Fellow (DC2)) Socioecological study on sexual behavior and reproductive ecology of Stump-tailed macaques in Khao Krapuk Khao Taomo Non Hunting Area, Thailand., Genetic study on reproductive success of male Stump-tailed macaques by fragment analysis of microsatellite DNA
Kazuya TODA PhD Student (D1)

Josue ALEJANDRO PASTRANA Master Student (M2) Evaluating stress in male Japanese Macaques living in two types of housing conditions
Ishizuka shintaro Master Student (M2)

Gomyo hiroko Master Student
Okamura Hiroki Master Student (M1)
Shinobu Hirose Secretary

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