Biodemography and Evolution

Zhian Chen

Zhian Chen
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graduate student associates
Department of Anthropology
UC Santa Barbara
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Graduate Student Fellow

I am a graduate student in the Integrative Anthropological Sciences program, and I graduated with my bachelor’s degrees in biological anthropology and environmental studies at UCSB. My primary interests include human behavior ecology, especially in parental investment and demographic transition, and variability selection hypothesis. My current research focuses on examining over-investment behavior, especially in developing countries, through major concepts of HBE such as adaptive trade-offs and optimality model.

Hannah Frogge

Hannah
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graduate student associates
Department of Anthropology
UC Santa Barbara
Broom Center Affiliation(s)

Graduate Student Fellow

Hannah Frogge is a graduate student in Integrative Anthropological Sciences. Her research focuses on non-human primate health, reproduction, and energetics. She is investigating the effects of infectious disease on a declining population of blue monkeys (Cercopithecus mitis) in Kibale National Park, Uganda.

She earned her BA in Biological Anthropology from UCSB.

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