Daniel Alempijevic & Kate Detwiler
Daniel Alempijevic is a PhD candidate in the Integrative Biology programme at Florida Atlantic University. His research interests focus on detection and surveillance of elusive and threatened species. Currently, he uses camera traps and specialized climbing techniques to study arboreal rainforest mammals, and has conducted arboreal camera trap research in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Côte d'Ivoire.
Kate Detwiler is an associate professor of anthropology and the principal investigator in the Primatology Lab at Florida Atlantic University. The lab’s research focus is on the behaviour, ecology, evolution and conservation of African forest monkeys. Kate is the director of a long-term research project on hybrid guenons in Gombe National Park in Tanzania, and since 2012 has collaborated with the TL2 Project on primate field studies in Lomami National Park in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.