Biographical Sketches of Authoring Committee
Irwin S. Bernstein, MA, Ph.D., Chairman
Dr. Bernstein was Sociobiologist and Research Professor at the Yerkes Regional Primate Research Center and Professor of Psychology and Zoology, University of Georgia at Athens. His research focused on primate social behavior and endocrine correlates of sex, stress, and aggression.
Christian R. Abee, MS, DVM
Dr. Abee was Chairman of the Department of Comparative Medicine at the University of South Alabama College of Medicine at Mobile, Professor in the Department of Comparative Medicine, and Adjunct Professor in the Department of Comparative Medicine, School of Medicine and Dentistry at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. His research focused on the reproductive biology of nonhuman primates and animal models of human disease.
Kathryn Bayne, MS, DVM, Ph.D.
Dr. Bayne was Veterinary Behaviorist in the Veterinary Resources Program, National Center for Research Resources, National Institutes of Health, Rockville, MD. She conducted original and independent research on the living environment of laboratory nonhuman primates and its effect on their behavior.
Thomas M. Butler, MS, DVM
Dr. Butler was Chairman of the Department of Laboratory Animal Medicine at the Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research, San Antonio, TX. His re-
search was conducted in the areas of colony management principles and primate medicine.
Judy L. Cameron, Ph.D.
Dr. Cameron was Assistant Professor in the Department of Physiology at the University of Pittsburgh. Her research involved nonhuman primate models of female hormone regulation and physiology.
Christopher L. Coe, Ph.D.
Dr. Coe was Chairman of the Department of Psychology, Harlow Primate Lab, a Staff Scientist at the Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center, and Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. His research focused on stress and immunological responses in nonhuman primates.
W. Richard Dukelow, MS, Ph.D.
Dr. Dukelow was Professor of Physiology and Animal Husbandry and Director of the Endocrine Research Unit at Michigan State University and Associate Dean of the Research College of Veterinary Medicine, East Lansing. His research included the biochemistry and physiology of reproduction, especially spermatozoa, capacitation, intrauterine devices, and embryonic mortality.
Gisela Epple, Ph.D.
Dr. Epple was a member of the Monell Chemical Senses Center, Philadelphia, PA. Her research focused on the socio-sexual behavior and communication of neotropical primates.
Dorothy M. Fragaszy, MA, Ph.D.
Dr. Fragaszy was Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Georgia at Athens. Her research was conducted in the areas of manipulation, gross motor behaviors, and activity states of nonhuman primates during development.
William A. Mason, Ph.D.
Dr. Mason was Professor and Research Scientist in the Department of Psychology at the University of California at Davis. He studied primate behavior and developmental psychobiology.
Klaus A. Miczek, Ph.D.
Dr. Miczek was Professor of Psychology at Tufts University at Boston, MA. His research involved drugs, and primate behavior and aggression.
Melinda A. Novak, MA, Ph.D.
Dr. Novak was Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at the
University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Her research focused on primate behavior, behavioral and psychobiological development of Microtine rodents, and the environmental enrichment of captive animals.
Martin L Reite, MS, MD
Dr. Reite was Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Colorado Health and Science Center at Denver. His research was on the developmental pathology of nonhuman primates.
Duane M. Rumbaugh, MA, Ph.D.
Dr. Rumbaugh was Regent's Professor in the Department of Psychology at Georgia State University and Director of the Language Resources Center at Decatur. His research focused on the biobehavioral studies of language and cognition of nonhuman primates.
Paul W. Schilling, DVM
Dr. Schilling was Director of Primate Breeding Operations at Charles River in Key Lois, FL. His research involved the coordination, design, and evaluation of production cages to meet animal welfare requirements for environmental enrichment of socially housed animals.
Elwyn L. Simons, MA, Ph.D., DPhil
Dr. Simons was Scientific Director at the Duke University Primate Center and the James B. Duke Professor of Anatomy and Anthropology at Durham, NC. His research focused on primatology, primate and human paleontology, primate husbandry, and the behavioral evolution of prosimians.
Charles T. Snowdon, MA, Ph.D.
Dr. Snowdon was Professor of Psychology and Zoology at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. His research examined communication and social behavior in field studies of endangered primates.