Dr. Stumpf's Department of Anthropology Profile
Google Scholar page
Dr. Kathryn Clancy
Dr. Clancy's Department of Anthropology Profile
Dr. Clancy's blog and website
Google Scholar page
Trainees and staff
Michelle Rodrigues, PhD. I am a biological anthropologist/primatologist interested in the evolution of female social relationships and endocrinology in comparative perspective. I received my PhD from The Ohio State University, where I studied female spider monkeys to test the “tend and befriend” hypothesis, which posits that female friendship in humans evolved as a primate-wide coping mechanism to mediate stress. I followed this research with a project examining female affiliative behavior and comparative social relationships in chimpanzees and bonobos. My postdoctoral research will examine how female friendships and support networks mediate stressors experienced by adolescent girls and female scientists.
Dr. Rodrigues's Website
Dr. Rodrigues's Blog
Merri Wilson, PhD student. I am a biological anthropologist interested in how life experiences affect the health of gender minorities in America, specifically how life experiences (both positive and negative) impact biomarkers related to health outcomes, such as sex steroid hormones and inflammation. My past research includes studying the effects of acculturation on mental health outcomes and the effects of maternal stress on offspring hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal (HPA) axis function.
Rodolfo Martinez-Mota, PhD candidate. Picture and bio coming soon. Google Scholar
Summer Sanford, PhD candidate. Picture and bio coming soon.
Sophia Bodnar. Anthropology BA 2013. Medical school.
Antoine DeJong. Psychology BA 2013. PhD student.
Paige Jamieson, Anthropology BA 2015.
Laura Klein. Integrative Biology Honors, Chemistry Minor BA 2011. PhD student, Department of Human Evolutionary Biology, Harvard.
Megan Ladd. Anthropology and Integrative Biology BA 2016.
Emily Marzolph. Anthropology BA 2012.
Catherine Mesyef. Anthropology BA 2014.
Ashley Voigt. Chemistry 2012. Pharmacy School.