Trudy R. Turner
Ph.D., New York University
Genetics and life history of non-human primates, Africa, vervet monkeys, women in science, ethics and biological anthropology
Other Relevant Activities:
Secretary of the University, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2008 - present.
Anthro 401: Primate Populations
Anthro 801: Core Course in Physical Anthropology
2009. Endocrine Mechanisms of Primate Life History Tradeoffs: Growth and Reproductive Maturation in Vervet Monkeys. American Journal of Human Biology (in press)
2008. Ecological and Reproductive Variance in Serum Leptin in Wild Vervet Monkeys, Whitten, P.L. and T.R. Turner. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 137(4): 441-448.
2008. The Influence of Oestrous Swelling on the Grooming Behavior of Chimpanzees of the Budongo Forest, Uganda. K. Slater, E.Z. Cameron, T. Turner and J.T. du Toit. Behaviour 145: 1235-1246.
2008. We've Come a Long Way, Maybe: Academic Climate Report of the Committee of the Status of Women in Anthropology, Wasson, C., K. Brondo, B. LeMaster, T.R. Turner, M. Cudhea, K. Moran, I. Adams, A. McCoy, M. Ko, T. Matsumoto, and M. Raviele. American Anthropological Association, pp 1-188. http://www.aaanet.org/_cs_upload/resources/departments/17366_1.pdf
2005. Biological Anthropology and Ethics: From Repatriation to Genetic Identity, T.R. Turner (ed.). SUNY Press