Altos Honores para Linda Fedigan, investigadora de ACG

photo via Amanda Melin @AMelinLab

Dr. Linda Fedigan at the Investiture Ceremony for the Order of Canada, 14 February 2017


Una tardía felicitación a un investigator de largo plaza en el ACG Dr. Linda Fedigan quien fue iniciada al “Order of Canada” en Junio, 2016.

Las investigaciones de Dr. Fedigan sobre el mono carablanca (Cebus capucinus) representan uno de los proyectos más productivos y que lleva más tiempo en el ACG. Además, ella ha supervisado docenas de estudiantes en la gestión de proyectos de investigación en Santa Rosa y su alrededores. La cita del honor afirma:

Linda Marie Fedigan has made enduring contributions to the study of primates, some of our closest evolutionary relatives. Canada Research Chair in Primatology and Bioanthropology at the University of Calgary, she established a world-class research station in Costa Rica’s Àrea de Conservación Guanacaste. Known for her field work, she has conducted groundbreaking long-term studies of the life history and reproductive patterns of female monkeys, which have increased our understanding of how primates adapt to their environments. An exemplary mentor, she is also known for her academic study of the role of women in science.

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