Congratulations to the winners of the IPS-SLAPrim Congress student competition!
We’re delighted to announce the winners of the IPS-SLAPrim 2022 Congress student competition. We are very grateful to everyone who submitted their hard work, and to the committee for their amazing work in assessing the many presentations, the panel was built with both geographic and gender based diversity in mind, the panel are listed in the pre-meeting council report, which can be found here. The winners are:
Natalia Camargo: Scent marking behavior in a wild population of woolly monkeys (Lagothrix lagotricha poeppigii) in the Ecuadorian amazon, for Best poster and Best Poster from a Low/Middle income countries.
Cristian Alvarado: Permanent fission in a spider monkey group (Ateles belzebuth) in Yasuní National Park, Ecuador. Best oral presentation and Best oral presentation from Low/Middle income countries.
Brogan Stewart: Climate change impacts on potential future ranges of nonhuman primate species based on cumulative CO2 emissions. Honourable mention for oral presentation.
Leveda Cheng: Variation in aggression rates and urinary cortisol levels indicates intergroup competition in wild bonobos. Honourable mention for oral presentation.
Thiago Cavalcante: Identifying high-priority areas for conservation of the Endangered black-faced black spider monkey (Ateles chamek): the neglected role of broadscale interspecific competition. Honourable mention for oral presentation from Low/Middle income countries.
Lucero Hernani Lineros: Behavioral and physiological response of Bolivian gray titi monkeys (Pleturocebus donacophilus) to an anthropogenic noise gradient. Honourable mention for oral presentation from Low/Middle income countries.