Principal Investigator

Asif A. Ghazanfar [CV]
asifg@princeton.edu

Associate Research Scholar

Daniel Y. Takahashi, Pew Latin American Fellow [Personal webpage]
takahashiyd@gmail.com

Post-doctoral fellow

Yisi Zhang
yz9@princeton.edu

Research Staff

Lauren Kelly, Lab Manager

Alicia Fenley

Graduate Students

Jeremy Borjon, NSF Graduate Fellow (Psychology)

Diana Liao, NSF Graduate Fellow (Princeton Neuroscience Institute)

Undergraduate Students

Rebecca Terrett, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology/Neuroscience

Alumni

Peppar Cyr, Psychology/Neuroscience
----now a graduate student at University of Cambridge
Darshana Narayanan (Graduate student, Psychology)
Ipek Kulahci (Graduate student, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology)
----now a postdoc at University College Cork, Ireland
Diego Cordero, Research Technician
----now a research technician at Harvard University
Yayoi Teramoto, Independent Concentrator/Quantitative Neuroscience
----now a graduate student at Oxford University
Randi Brown, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology/Neuroscience
----now a graduate student at Oxford University
Alicia Fenley, Psychology/Neuroscience
----now a research assistant at Princeton University and Rutgers University
Clare Jung Yoon Choi, Undergraduate, Psychology
----now a graduate student at Princeton University
Maia ten Brink, Undergraduate, Psychology
----freelance writer
Jenny Wu, Undergraduate, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology/Neuroscience
----missing in action
Christopher Luminais, Undergraduate, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology/Neuroscience
----now a medical student at Jefferson Medical College
Sabina Hlavaty, Undergraduate, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology/Neuroscience
----now pursuing pre-veterinary studies
Stephen V. Shepherd, Postdoctoral fellow
----now a Postdoctoral research associate at Rockefeller University, New York
Marco Lanzilotto, visiting graduate student
----continuing at the University of Modeno & Reggio Emilia, Italy.
Luis Lemus, Postdoctoral fellow
----now an Assistant Professor at the Instituto de Fisiología Celular-Neurociencias, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico City.
Chand Chandrasekaran, Graduate student
----PhD Dissertation: "Natural signal structure and its role in audiovisual communication"
----now a post-doctoral fellow at Stanford University
Hjalmar Turesson, Graduate student
----PhD Dissertation: "Amplitude modulation of acoustic communication signals"
----now a post-doctoral fellow at Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil
Matthew Slayton, Research assistant
----now a graduate student at the University of Chicago.
Neil Mathur, Undergraduate, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology/Neuroscience
----Senior thesis: "Exploring vocal tract dynamics and the evolution of speech through cineradiography"
----now a medical student at Albany Medical College
Shawn Steckenfinger, Monkey Synthesizer, Lab technician extraordinaire
----Associate Research Specialist, Wisconsin National Primate Research Center
Andrea Trubanova, Undergraduate, Psychology/Neuroscience
----Senior thesis: "Audiovisual speech perception: relative timing of modalities during integration"
----a former Cohen fellow, Marcus Autism Center and Emory University
----now a graduate student at Virginia Tech
Ryan Morrill, Undergraduate, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology/Neuroscience
----Senior thesis: "Temporal dynamics of monkey rhythmic facial expressions: implications for the evolution of audiovisual speech"
----now a graduate student at UCSF
PJ Henley, Undergraduate, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology/Neuroscience
----Senior thesis: "Perspective-taking and gaze following ontogeny in rhesus macaques"
----now a researcher at the Mayo Clinic, Pulmonary Division
Jeremy Borjon, Undergraduate, Psychology/Neuroscience
----Senior thesis: "The influence of observed eye gaze and facial expression on spatial hearing"
----a former Simons fellow, Marcus Autism Center and Emory University
----now an NSF Graduate Fellow in the lab Daniel Watford, Undergraduate, Molecular Biology/Neuroscience
----Senior thesis: "Outer ear development and spatial hearing in Rhesus Macaques: the role of heterochrony"
----now a medical student at UNC Chapel Hill
Geoff Nelson, Undergraduate, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology/Neuroscience
----Senior thesis: "Multimodal and motor influences on vocal perception"
----now a graduate student at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge UK
Tiffany Bass, Monkey Whisperer
----now a veterinary nurse, preparing for veterinary school
Aitalohi Amaize, Undergraduate (Psychology/Neuroscience)
----Senior thesis: "Do monkeys prefer consonance over dissonance?"
----now a Masters student at the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University
Adam Litterman, Undergraduate (Molecular Biology/Neuroscience)
----Senior thesis: "Statistical learning of social signals"
----now a PhD student at University of Minnesota
Joost X. Maier, Graduate Student
----Doctoral thesis: "Perceptual and neural processing of multisensory looming signals"
----now an Assistant Professor at Wake Forest University