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Julie Linden

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Julie Linden

primatology, social network analysis, hair cortisol

2H Young Hall (basement) One Shields Ave.
Davis , CA 95616-8522

Office Hours for Spring 2016 :

  • Wednesdays, 11:10-1:00pm
  • 2H Young Hall (basement)

Education:

  1. M.A. Anthropology, UC Davis 2011
  2. B.A. Anthropology, Rutgers University 2009

Biography:

Adviser

Dr. Lynne Isbell

Research Interests

I am broadly interested in primate behavioral ecology. Specifically, I am interested in factors affecting chronic stress levels in socially housed captive rhesus macaques. My current research will examine hair cortisol levels in adult female rhesus macaques.

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328 Young Hall
One Shields Ave.
University of California
Davis, Ca 95616-8522

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