The 87th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (2018)

Session 49. Primates: Hormones and Disease. Contributed Posters. Chair: Caroline R. Amoroso

April 13, 2018 , Zilker 1/2/3 Add to calendar

Authors present 1:30-2:30 pm and 5:30-6:30 pm

1 Add to calendar Oxytocin- and Arginine Vasopressin-Containing Axonal Fibers in the Cortex of Humans, Chimpanzees, and Rhesus Macaques. Christina N. Rogers, Amy P. Ross, Shweta P. Sahu, Ethan Siegel, Edward G. Stopa, Larry J. Young, James K. Rilling, H E. Albers, Todd M. Preuss.
2 Add to calendar Fecal Cortisol Reflects Season, but not Habitat Degradation, in Folivorous Diademed Sifakas (Propithecus diadema). Stacey R. Tecot, Jean-Luc Raharison, Mitchell T. Irwin.
3 Add to calendar Predictors of age at first reproduction in adolescent female rhesus macaques. Sean P. Coyne.
4 Add to calendar Variables influencing cortisol levels during motherhood in wild Bornean orangutans. Timothy D. Bransford, Melissa Emery Thompson, Daniel J. Naumenko, Maria A. van Noordwijk, Sri Suci Utami Atmoko, Erin R. Vogel.
5 Add to calendar Steroid hormone concentrations in milk predict postnatal infant growth in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). Lauren Petrullo, Katie Hinde, Amy Lu.
6 Add to calendar Testing the Challenge Hypothesis in male capuchin monkeys: hormonal, physical, and behavioral responses to novel females. Marcela E. Benitez, Meg Sosnowski, Olivia Tomeo, Sarah Brosnan.
7 Add to calendar Testing for the presence of major urinary proteins (MUPs) in lemurs using SDS-PAGE. Lisa M. Paciulli, Lee A. Byrum.
8 Add to calendar How Does Captivity Influence Parasitism? A Comparative Study of Wild and Captive Primates. James P. Herrera, Debapriyo Chakraborty, Julie Rushmore, Sonia Altizer, Charles L. Nunn.
9 Add to calendar The behavioral costs of parasitism in female chacma baboons (Papio ursinus). Eric C. Shattuck, Larissa Swedell, Steffen Foerster.
10 Add to calendar Role of age and sex in determining glucocorticoid response to parasite infection. Valerie AM. Schoof, Tony L. Goldberg, Dina Greenberg, Gabriela Mastromonaco, Colin A. Chapman.
11 Add to calendar Cancer across primates: a life history perspective on disease susceptibility. Valerie K. Harris, William C. Walker, Ashley Zehnder, Michael Garner, Carlo C. Maley, Amy Boddy.
12 Add to calendar Diet, Disease, Diversity, and Death: Discoveries within the Yale Peabody Museum African Ape Collection. Gary P. Aronsen, Ryan T. McRae, Megan Kirkham.
13 Add to calendar Beggars can be choosers: Water-limited wild red-fronted lemurs (Eulemur rufifrons) prefer clean water. Caroline R. Amoroso, Peter M. Kappeler, Charles L. Nunn.
14 Add to calendar Developing a fecal detection method for monitoring Zika virus in Neotropical primates. Krista M. Milich, Benjamin J. Koestler, Joe H. Simmons, Anthony Di Fiore, Lawrence E. Williams, Jaquelin P. Dudley, John Vanchiere, Shelley M. Payne.
15 Add to calendar Morbidity and mortality from respiratory infection in wild chimpanzees from Kanyawara, Kibale National Park, Uganda. Melissa Emery Thompson, Zarin P. Machanda, Erik J. Scully, Drew Enigk, Emily Otali, Martin N. Muller, Tony L. Goldberg, Colin A. Chapman, Richard W. Wrangham.
16 Add to calendar The tolerance, provisioning, and wounds of the introduced vervet (Chlorocebus sabaeus) population in Dania Beach, Florida. Deborah (Missy) Williams, Cheryl A. Ruiz.
17 Add to calendar Three juvenile black-handed spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi) living with missing or atrophied limbs at El Zota Biological Field Station, Costa Rica. Nicole Wackerly, Stacy Lindshield, Jill D. Pruetz, Michelle Rodrigues.
18 Add to calendar Potential Medicinal Properties of Plants Consumed by Mountain Gorillas (Gorilla beringei) in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda. Sara G. Lucci, Jessica Rothman.
19 Add to calendar Methodology for quantifying anthropogenic chemical pollutants in primate feces. Tessa Steiniche, Marta Venier, Shaorui Wang, Kevin Romanak, Jessica M. Rothman, Richard W. Wrangham, Michael Wasserman.