Dr. Raisa Hernández Pacheco
Dr. Hernández Pacheco has dedicated her studies to modeling the effects of environmental factors on structured animal populations. She received her doctoral degree from the University of Puerto Rico after assessing the effects of mass bleaching on coral populations. Right after, she joined the Caribbean Primate Research Center and the Max-Planck Odense Center to study the long-term dynamics of the Cayo Santiago rhesus macaque population. Her research interests include questions on population ecology and evolutionary demography aimed at understanding why individuals within populations vary.
Alexis Díaz, B.S.
Alexis is a M.S. biology graduate student working on the dynamics of health inequality in nonhuman primates.
Logan is a biology major working on the effects of early-life extreme events in the reproduction of rhesus macaques.
Stephanie is a biology major working on the effects of extreme events in rhesus macaque survivorship.