Current members of my research group at Bangor University

My students study primate behavioural ecology, physiology, and conservation both in the field and through desk-based analyses of published and unpublished datasets.

Co-supervisors: Prof. Julia Jones; Prof. Jon Blount (Exeter); Dr Tim Davenport (Wildlife Conservation Society)

 

Zoe is a PhD student at Bangor University with NERC's Envision Doctoral Training Partnership in collaboration with the Wildlife Conservation Society studying the effects of habitat disturbance on the physiology and behaviour of the Zanzibar red colobus.  She received her undergraduate degree in Zoology from Cardiff University and has over two and half years experience conducting research in primate behavioural ecology and conservation in Africa.

Email: zoe.melvin@bangor.ac.uk    Twitter: @Zoe_Melvin

PhD student, 2018-

Zoe Melvin

Co-supervisor: Dr Tim Davenport (Wildlife Conservation Society)

Ann-Sophie is in the final phase of her masters research, having completed field work at Jozani-Chwaka Bay National Park in 2018 on the effects of tourist presence and behaviour on the Zanzibar red colobus. She holds a BSc in Zoology with Animal Behaviour from Bangor University.

E-mail: bsu64c@bangor.ac.uk   Twitter: @ASWarkentin

MScRes student, 2018-19

Ann-Sophie Warkentin

Co-supervisors: Prof John Healey; Dr Tim Davenport (Wildlife Conservation Society); Dr Isabelle Winder

 

Harry is studying the road ecology of the Zanzibar red colobus at Jozani-Chwaka Bay National Park. He holds a BSc in Zoology with Conservation from Bangor University. He has previously worked in Madagascar where he studied the effects of habitat fragmentation on mouse lemurs.

E-mail: bsu743@bangor.ac.uk  Twitter: @HarrySkinner_

MScRes student, 2019-20

Harry Skinner

Shauna's dissertation research focuses on testing the immunocompetence handicap hypothesis in male rhesus macaque using a dataset collected with the free-ranging monkeys of Cayo Santiago, Puerto Rico. She holds a BSc in Zoology with Animal Behaviour from Bangor University.

E-mail: bsu616@bangor.ac.uk  Twitter: @Shauna37456367

MScRes student, 2019-20

Shauna Brown

Patrick's dissertation research will examine the relationship between male mating effort and oxidative stress in rhesus macaques using a dataset collected with the free-ranging monkeys of Cayo Santiago, Puerto Rico. 

E-mail: bsu952@bangor.ac.uk

Patrick Allsop

MBiol student, 2019-20