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Curriculum Vitae

Given Name: Goro
Surname: Hanya

Address
Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University
Kanrin 41-2, Inuyama, Aichi, 484-8506, Japan

Personal
Born in Aichi, Japan on 7th March 1975
Male
Japanese citizen
Married

Education
April 1990-March 1993, Nishiharu High School, Aichi Prefecture
April 1993-March 1997, Faculty of Science, Kyoto University (B.Sc)
April 1997-March 1999, Master course, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University (M.Sc; Laboratory of Human Evolution Studies, Department of Zoology, advisor: Prof. T. Nishida)
April 1999-March 2002 Doctor course, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University (D.Sc; Laboratory of Human Evolution Studies, Department of Zoology, advisor: Prof. T. Nishida)

Research and Professional Experience
April 1999- March 2002 JSPS (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science) fellow (DC1)
April 2002-September 2002 Part-time lecturer, Ryukoku University
April 2002-September 2006 Part-time lecturer, Hiroshima City University
October 2002-March 2003 Research fellow at Primate Research Insitute, Kyoto University (KUPRI)
April 2003-March 2006 JSPS post-doctoral research fellow at KUPRI
September 2006 JSPS post-doctoral fellow in abroad at Institute for Tropical Biology and Conservation, University Malaysia Sabah
October 2006-present Associate Professor at KUPRI

Awards
March 2005 Ecological Research Award, Ecological Society of Japan
July 2005 Takashima Prize, Japan Society of Primates
March 2012 Yasuyuki Oshima Award, Ecological Society of Japan
July 2014 Primates Most-cited Paper Award 2014
July 2015 Primates Most-cited Paper Award 2015

Grants
MEXT Grant-in-Aid (JSPS Fellows, DC1): Adaptation by Japanese macaques in Yakushima to a marginal environment. 1999-2001
MEXT Grant-in-Aid (JSPS Fellows, PD): Effects of environment and phylogeny on the evolution of social organization of primates. 2003-2005
MEXT Grant-in-Aid (Young Scientist B): Community ecology of primates in Southeast Asian tropical forests. 2008-2009
Kyoto University Foundation, short-term dispatch program: Fruit production and primate community structure: comparisons between temperate and tropical forests. 2010
MEXT Grant-in-Aid (Young Scientist A): Response by large animals to mast fruiting in Southeast Asian tropical forests. 2010-2012
MEXT Grant-in-Aid (Challenging Exploratory Research): Spore dispersal through mycophagy by Japanese macaques. 2011-2012
MEXT Grant-in-Aid (Scientific Research B): Coevolution of primate diet and and gut microbiota. 2013-2016
MEXT Grant-in-Aid (Challenging Exploratory Research): The role of primates on the maintenance of fungi species diversity. 2013-2014
MEXT Grant-in-Aid (Challenging Exploratory Research): Census of mammal population using iDNA. 2015-2016
MEXT Grant-in-Aid (Joint International Research): Coevolution of primate diet and and gut microbiota. 2016-2018

Editorial Services
Associate editor-in-chief: Ecological Research (2016~)
Associate editor: Primates (2015~)
Advisory Board: Primates (2010-2014)
Reviewer: Journal of Animal Ecology, Primates, American Journal of Primatology, International Journal of Primatology, Folia Primatologica, Ecological Research, Mammal Study, Mammalian Biology, Population Ecology, Rev. Ecol. (Terre et Vie), SpringerPlus, African Journal of Ecology, Tropics, Scientific Reports, Primate Research (in Japanese), Japanese Journal of Conservation Ecology (in Japanese)



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Written by: Goro Hanya (hanya<atmark>pri.kyoto-u.ac.jp)>
Contact: Goro Hanya (hanya<atmark>pri.kyoto-u.ac.jp)
<Update: April 28, 2016>