Dr Alexander V. Georgiev

Lecturer in Primatology

Contact info

Memorial Building, Room F5

Email: a.georgiev@bangor.ac.uk

Phone: +44 (0)1248 388288

https://www.alexandergeorgiev.co.uk

https://www.zanzibarredcolobusproject.org

I am a behavioural ecologist and biological anthropologist specialising in research on primate reproductive ecology, physiology and conservation. I direct the Zanzibar Red Colobus Project, a new long-term study of an endangered and endemic primate. Together with my students, in Zanzibar we study how these animals are coping with human-induced changes to their habitat and how anthropogenic disturbance affects their behaviour, physiology, and reproduction.

Contact Info

Memorial Building, Room F5

Email: a.georgiev@bangor.ac.uk

Phone: +44 (0)1248 388288

https://www.alexandergeorgiev.co.uk

https://www.zanzibarredcolobusproject.org

I am a behavioural ecologist and biological anthropologist specialising in research on primate reproductive ecology, physiology and conservation. I direct the Zanzibar Red Colobus Project, a new long-term study of an endangered and endemic primate. Together with my students, in Zanzibar we study how these animals are coping with human-induced changes to their habitat and how anthropogenic disturbance affects their behaviour, physiology, and reproduction.

Overview

Teaching and Supervision

At Bangor, I am co-director of the BSc/MZool Zoology with Primatology degree and I teach across several modules:

Module organiser:

BSX-2033 Primatology Field Course (Y2)

BSX-3153 Primatology (Y3)

 

Module contributor:

BSX-1028 Tutorials (Y1)

BSX-2021 Bioscience Skills (Y2)

BSX-3070 Dissertation in Biological Sciences (Y3)

BSM-4000 Masters Research Project (Y4)

 

For details of my current postgraduate research student supervision activity see my website

Education / academic qualifications

  • 2012 - PhD , Human Evolutionary Biology
  • 2005 - BSc , Biology
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