Committee on Evolutionary Biology at the University of Chicago invites students
interested in behavior and ecology to apply to the graduate program. The Committee
is a unique interdepartmental and inter-institutional graduate program for the
study of Evolutionary Biology in its broadest sense. Resources on and off-campus
include the Institute for Mind and Biology, the Brookfield Zoo and the Field
Museum of Natural History.
For additional information about the program and the admission process, see
the Committee website
FACULTY LISTING BY RESEARCH FIELD: Animal Behavior
Dario Maestripieri: Behavioral biology. Neuroendocrine, ecological, and
evolutionary aspects of social behavior in primates. email@example.com
Susan Margulis (Brookfield Zoo): The effects of the captive environment
on behavior and reproduction; behavioral development and parental care in mammals.
Robert D. Martin (Field Museum): primate evolution, genetics, behavior,
ecology, reproduction, and conservation. firstname.lastname@example.org
Jill Mateo: Behavioral ecology and comparative development. Kin recognition
mechanisms and anti- predator responses and their development in ground squirrels.
Stress, learning and development in an ecological context. email@example.com
Martha McClintock: Mechanisms and function of breeding synchrony, pheromonal
communication, facultative adjustment of sex ratios, behavioral and environmental
modulation of immune function and susceptibility to disease, reproductive senescence,
ethology of reproduction in domestic and wild Rattus norvegicus. firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephen Pruett-Jones: Sexual selection, evolution of mating systems, communication,
population biology of birds, introduced species, damselflies. email@example.com
Russell Tuttle: Field and experimental laboratory studies pertaining to
the evolution of primate morphology, locomotion, and other behaviors; paleoanthropology.