World Languages & Cultures | Dobson, Kaelyn
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Kaelyn Dobson is a masters student in Biological Anthropology. She completed her undergraduate degree at Auburn University in Zoology with a minor in Sustainability. Her masters degree is focusing on primatology under the guidance of Dr. Jill Pruetz.
Her research focuses on behavioral ecology of New World monkeys, more precisely of the Emperor Tamarin. Kaelyn conducts her research in the Amazonian region of Eastern Peru at the Los Amigos Biological Field Station. She plans on becoming a professor of biological anthropology after a masters and professional degree.



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