Monday, November 29, 2021

Ashley Edes

Ashley Edes
Ashley Edes is a primatologist who is working to develop endocrinology methods for assessing the physiological “wear-and-tear” humans and other organisms accumulate as we go through life. Her research primarily focuses on studying allostatic load in great apes as a method for improving health and welfare for zoo-housed primates. Dr. Edes is currently a postdoctoral fellow.


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