Two Field Assistants for Assamese Macaque Research in Thailand with option for later PhD starting date May 1st 2021 The Primate Social Evolution Group of the German Primate Center and the Behavioral Ecology Department of the University of Goettingen runs the field project on wild Assamese macaques at Phu Khiel Wildlife Sanctuary in Thailand where we have been studying social behavior and reproductive strategies of Assamese macaques since 2006. To help with the data collection for the long-¬‐term data base, we are looking for two highly motivated field assistants for 12 months, starting May 1st, 2021, to join our fabulous field team. Pending a consensual decision, there is an option on a paid PhD position starting January 2022. We cover travel costs, medical insurance, necessary me

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