The Owl Monkey Project
Dr. Eduardo Fernandez-Duque
The Reproductive Ecology Lab at Penn collaborates with the Owl Monkey project in their examination of the hormonal bases of monogamy and biparental care in non-human primates.
I am an active Research Associate in the interdisciplinary Population Studies Center
CHaPRE, Yale University
Since 2005, I have served as a Research Associate and collaborator to Richard Bribiescas and the Center for Human and Primate Reproductive Ecology at Yale University
Maternal and Child Health Laboratory, Simon Fraser University
I am currently collaborating with Dr. Pablo Nepomnaschy in a study on the interactions between the hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal axis and the reproductive axis in postpartum women
I am collaborating with Horacio de la Iglesia in a project to characterize sleep patterns in indigenous populations with different access to electricity.