Congratulations to the Summer 2014 James F. Nacey Fellowship winners!
Dominique Bertrand, University of Buffalo
"The stress factor: examining anthropogenic sources of stress in wild M. nigra"
Eric Van Cleave, UC Davis
Deciphering the relative importance of food size, distribution, and quality on agonistic interactions: a field experimental approach with vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus pygerythrus)"
Timothy Webster, Yale University
"Genomics of primate radiation: speciation and diversification in the macaques”
The Nacey Maggioncalda Foundation is a private, nonprofit organization established to support primate research and conservation. NMF funds global research projects in the areas of primate evolution, ecology, physiology and behavior. NMF also supports conservation efforts that establish a lasting, positive relationship between primates and their human neighbors, in order to improve the health and welfare of both. The foundation awards James F. Nacey Fellowships and supports ongoing research and conservation projects with Goldberg Research and Conservation Grants.