Name: Celeste Lam
Advisor: Dr. Lydia Light
B.Sc. in Psychology with a minor in Anthropology, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Primatology with a focus in ethnoprimatological research on human-macaque aggression, macaque urbanization, and human-macaque coexistence.
Examining the effects of local and tourist interference on temple macaque oxytocin production, as well as the risk of conflict and disease transmission in highly visited tourist locations.