Nathaniel J. Dominy

  • Charles Hansen Professor of Anthropology

  • Adjunct Professor of Biological Sciences

  • Professor, Ecology, Evolution, Ecosystems and Society (EEES) Graduate Program

I am an anthropologist and evolutionary biologist. I study the behavior, ecology, and functional morphology of humans and nonhuman primates. My research philosophy is to integrate tropical fieldwork with mechanical, molecular, and isotopic analyses in order to better understand how and why adaptive shifts occurred during primate evolution.

Contact

603.646.1849
405A Silsby
HB 6047

Education

  • B.A. Johns Hopkins University, 1998
  • Ph.D. University of Hong Kong, 2001

Selected Publications

  • 2016-19

  • Ramsier MA, Cunningham AJ, Patiño MR, Glander KE, Dominy NJ (2019). Audiograms of howling monkeys: are extreme loud calls the result of runaway selection? bioRxiv 539023 (doi: 10.1101/539023)

  • Dominy NJ, Symes LB (2019). Close encounters of the bird kind. Anthropology News 60(3):3-6. (doi: 10.1111/AN.1166)

  • Gochman SR, Morano Lord M, Goyal N, Chow K, Cooper BK, Gray LK, Guo SX, Hill KA, Liao SK, Peng S, Seong HJ, Wang A, Yoon EK, Zhang S, Lobel E, Tregubov T, Dominy NJ (2019) Tarsier Goggles: a virtual reality tool for experiencing the optics of a dark-adapted primate visual system. Evolution: Education and Outreach 12:9 (doi: 10.1186/s12052-019-0101-6)

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