Chapman CA, T Steiniche, KM Benavidez, D Sarkar, K Amato, JC Serio Silva, M Venier, MD Wasserman. 2022. The chemical landscape of tropical mammals in the Anthropocene. Biological Conservation 269: 109522.

Wasserman MD, T Steiniche, ML Després-Einspenner. In press. Endocrine-Active Phytochemicals in Primate Diets: Prevalence Across the Order. In: J.E. Lambert and J.M. Rothman (Eds.). Primate Diet & Nutrition. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

Wasserman MD, B Wing, N Bickford, K Hobbs, P Dijkstra, J Carr. 2021. A universal theory of biological stress. Integrative & Comparative Biology: icab113.

Lim JY*, MD Wasserman*, J Veen, ML Després-Einspenner, WD Kissling. *shared first authorship. 2021. Ecological and evolutionary significance of primates’ most consumed plant families. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 288: 20210737.

Wang S, T Steiniche, JM Rothman, RW Wrangham, CA Chapman, R Mutegeki, R Quirós, MD Wasserman, and M Venier. 2020. Feces are effective biological samples for measuring pesticides and flame retardants in primates. Environmental Science & Technology 54: 12013-12023.

Tafoya KA, E Brondízio, CE Johnson, P Beck, M Wallace, R Quirós, and MD Wasserman. 2020. Effectiveness of Costa Rica’s conservation portfolio to lower deforestation, protect primates, and increase community participation. Frontiers in Environmental Science 8: e580724.

Chester EM, E Fender, MD Wasserman. Screening for Phytoestrogens using a Cell-based Estrogen Receptor β Reporter Assay. 2020. Journal of Visualized Experiments: e61005.

Rich AM, MD Wasserman, KD Hunt, and FA Kaestle. 2020. Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) population spans multiple protected areas in the Albertine Rift. Folia Primatologica

Rich A, S Poindexter, A Lai, T Steiniche, R Mutegeki, MD Wasserman. 2020. A Camera Trap Survey in a Protected Forest with Potential for Landscape Connectivity across Western Uganda. African Journal of Ecology.

Benavidez KM, A Iruri-Tucker, T Steiniche, and MD Wasserman. 2019. Primate microbial endocrinology: An uncharted frontier. American Journal of Primatology 81: e23053.

Beck P, R Quirós, CE Johnson, MD Wasserman. 2019. Biological research stations as central nodes in promoting North-South collaborative networks for teaching and research. Current Opinions in Environmental Sustainability 39: 31-38.

Wang S, T Steiniche, KA Romanak, CE Johnson, R Flores, R Mutegeki, MD Wasserman, and M Venier. 2019. Occurrence of legacy pesticides, current use pesticides, and flame retardants in and around protected areas in Costa Rica and Uganda. Environmental Science & Technology 53: 6171-6181.

Benavidez KM, CA Chapman, DC Leitman, TA Harris, and MD Wasserman. 2019. Seasonal and intergroup variation in estrogenic plant consumption by black-and-white colobus monkeys. African Journal of Ecology 57: 429-436

Rich AM, MD Wasserman, C Deimel, SK Breeden, FA Kaestle, KD Hunt. 2018. Is genetic drift to blame for testicular dysgenesis syndrome in Semliki chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii)Journal of Medical Primatology 47: 257-269.

Gogarten JF, Jacob AL, Ghai RR, Rothman JM, Twinomugisha D, Wasserman MD, and Chapman CA. 2015Causes and consequences of changing group sizes in a primate community over 15+ years. Biotropica 47: 101-112.

Gogarten, J.F, T.R. Bonnell, L.M. Brown, M. Campenni, M.D. Wasserman, and C.A. Chapman. 2014. Increasing group size alters behavior of a folivorous primate. International Journal of Primatology 35: 590-608.

Twinomugisha, D., M.D. Wasserman, and C.A. Chapman. 2014. Deriving conservation status for a high altitude population: Golden monkeys of Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, Uganda. In: N.B. Grow, S. Gursky-Doyen, and A. Krzton (Eds.). High Altitude Primates. Springer Press, New York, pp. 227-243.

Wasserman, M.D., K. Milton, and C.A. Chapman. 2013. The roles of phytoestrogens in primate ecology and evolution. International Journal of Primatology 34: 861-878.

Wasserman, M.D., C.A. Chapman, K. Milton, T.L. Goldberg, and T.E. Ziegler. 2013. Physiological and behavioral effects of capture darting on red colobus (Procolobus rufomitratus) with a comparison to chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) predation. International Journal of Primatology 34: 1020-1031.

Bonnell, T., M. Campennì, C.A. Chapman, J.F. Gogarten, R.A. Reyna-Hurtado, J.A. Teichroeb, M.D. Wasserman, and R. Sengupta. 2013. Emergent group level navigation: an agent-based evaluation of movement patterns in a folivorous primate. PLOS ONE 8: e78264.

Chapman, C.A., R.R. Ghai, R. Reyna-Hurtado, A.L. Jacob, S.M. Koojo, J.M. Rothman, D. Twinomugisha, M.D. Wasserman, and T.L. Goldberg. 2013.  Going, going, gone: A 15-year history of the decline in abundance of primates in forest fragments.  In: L.K. Marsh & C.A. Chapman (Eds.).  Primates in Fragments: Complexity and Resilience.  Springer Press.

Marsh, L.K., C.A. Chapman,  V. Arroyo-Rodriguez, A.K. Cobden,  J. Dunn, D. Gabriel, R.R. Ghai, V. Nijman, R. Reyna-Hurtado, J.C. Serio-Silva, and M.D. Wasserman. 2013. Primates in fragments 10 years later: Once and future goals. In: L.K. Marsh & C.A. Chapman (Eds.).  Primates in Fragments: Complexity and Resilience.  Springer Press.

Chapman, C.A., T.R. Bonnell, J.F. Gogarten, J.E. Lambert, P.A. Omeja, D. Twinomugisha, M.D. Wasserman, and J.M. Rothman. 2013. Are primates ecosystem engineers? International Journal of Primatology 34: 1-14.

Wasserman, M.D., C.A. Chapman, K. Milton, J.F. Gogarten, D.J. Wittwer, and T.E. Ziegler. 2012. Estrogenic plant consumption predicts red colobus monkey (Procolobus rufomitratus) hormonal state and behavior. Hormones and Behavior 62: 553-562.

Wasserman, M.D., A. Taylor-Gutt, J.M. Rothman, C.A. Chapman, K. Milton, and D.C. Leitman. 2012. Estrogenic plant foods of red colobus monkeys and mountain gorillas in Uganda. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 148:88-97.

Rothman, J.M., C.A. Chapman, D. Twinomugisha, M.D. Wasserman, J.E. Lambert, and T.L. Goldberg.  2008. Measuring physical traits of primates remotely: the use of parallel lasers. American Journal of Primatology 70: 1191-1195.

Snaith,T.V., C.A. Chapman, J.M. Rothman, and M.D. Wasserman. 2008. Bigger groups have fewer parasites and similar cortisol levels: a multi-group analysis in red colobus monkeys. American Journal of Primatology 70: 1072-1080.

Chapman, C.A., L. Naughton-Treves, M.J. Lawes, M.D. Wasserman, and T.R. Gillespie. 2007. Population declines of colobus in western Uganda and conservation value of forest fragments. International Journal of Primatology 28: 513-528.

Chapman, C.A., M.D. Wasserman, T.R. Gillespie, M.L. Speirs, M.J. Lawes, T.L. Saj, and T.E. Ziegler. 2006. Do nutrition, parasitism, and stress have synergistic effects on red colobus populations living in forest fragments? American Journal of Physical Anthropology 131: 525-534.

Chapman, C.A., M.D. Wasserman, and T.R. Gillespie. 2006. Behavioural patterns of colobus in logged and unlogged forests:  The conservation value of harvested forests.  In: E. Newton-Fisher, H. Notman, V. Reynolds, J.D. Patterson (eds.).  Primates of Western Uganda. Pp. 373-390. Springer, New York.

Chapman, C.A., T. Webb, R. Fronstin, M.D. Wasserman, and A.M. Santamaria. 2005. Assessing dietary protein of colobus monkeys through fecal sample analysis: A tool to evaluate habitat quality. African Journal of Ecology 43: 276-278.

Wasserman, M.D., and Chapman, C.A. 2003. Determinants of colobine monkey abundance: The importance of food energy, protein and fiber content. Journal of Animal Ecology 72: 650-659.

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