Amanda Melin named Canada Research Chair

Amanda with some heavy duty field gearACG researcher Amanda Melin has been named a Canada Research Chair in Primate Genomics and Dietary Ecology, one of 56 such chairs in Canada.

Much of the work sponsored by the chair will be carried out in Sector Santa Rosa of the ACG, where Dr. Melin is a long time researcher and co-director of the long-running white-faced capuchin research project. Dr. Melin’s work in Santa Rosa has focused on sensory ecology, including the consequences of primate color vision syndromes for foraging behavior.

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