Joseph Erwin

Joseph M. Erwin is a leading expert on primate aging and Research Professor of Anthropology in the Department of Anthropology at Columbian College of Arts & Sciences. His areas of Expertise are primate neurobiology, comparative study of aging, treatment of captive primates and primate conservation.

Dr. Erwin is a primatologist with particular interests on the management and care of captive primates and the neurobiology of aging. In addition to teaching he is also the Director of the Foundation for Comparative and Conservation Biology. Dr. Erwin current research is related to several aspects of primate neurobiology, especially the comparative study of aging. He works to advance the well-being of captive primates, to support the conservation of wild primates and their habitats, and to advance science education.
Country: USA