The 16th International Symposium
on Primatology and Wildlife Science

Date
September 29—30, 2021
Award Winners
Oral Presentations
1st Prize:
Shohei Shibata
Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University

How do males associate with other males in their group? comparative studies of male aggression and association pattern of the genus Pan

2nd Prize:
James Brooks
Wildlife Research Center, Kyoto University

Oxytocin promotes social grooming in bonobos: evidence for a biobehavioural feedback loop?

Poster Presentations
1st Prize (tie):
Toshiki Minami
Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University

Infant Japanese macaques have the most infant-like faces at around 3 weeks of age during the first 10 weeks

1st Prize (tie):
Annegret Moto Naito-Liederbach
Wildlife Research Center, Kyoto University

Diversity of MHC genes of endangered Japanese raptors: a preliminary comparison between golden eagles and mountain hawk-eagles

3rd Prize (tie):
Boyun Lee
Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University

Selective infant handling in Yakushima Japanese macaque (Macaca fuscata yakui)

3rd Prize (tie):
Kanta Nakamura
Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University

Morphological and histoanatomical studies of the larynx in lemurs


Sign In
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Guidelines for the participants and presenters are in the Sign-in page.
参加・発表方法に関する詳細は、参加登録者のサインインページでご確認いただけます。

Program
PDF
Program & Abstracts.pdf
Updated Sep. 27, 2021

Schedule

Invited Speakers

September 29th
Special session: Defaunation: loss of seed dispersal services due to extinction of megafauna

Dr. Goro Hanya Associate Professor, Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University
Title: Defaunation in Japan: seed dispersal by Japanese macaques in Yakushima and their extinction in a neighboring island
Dr. Richard Corlett Professor, Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Gardens, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Title: Defaunation and the loss of seed dispersal services in tropical Asian forests
Dr. Miyabi Nakabayashi Assistant professor, Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Hiroshima University
Title: Seed dispersal of small seeded-plants, Ficus on Borneo
Dr. Henry Bernard Associate Professor, Institute for Tropical Biology and Conservation, Universiti Malaysia Sabah
Title: Do riparian reserves support native terrestrial small mammal fauna in oil palm-dominated landscapes?

Ambassador Masahiko Horie Special Assistant for Foreign Minister of Japan, Special Advisor to President of Meiji University, Councillor of International Union for Conservation of Nature
Title: The Planet and Humans at a Crossroads

September 30th

Dr. Bidyut Sarania Postdoctoral Research Associate, Indian Institute of Science
Title: Shifting Our Gaze – Towards a Just, Inclusive Approach to Research in the Field.
(see here for a related article)

Note to Participants
  1. This symposium will be held online. Please note that we will not set up the venue.
  2. Oral presentations will be delivered on Zoom, and posters will be presented on LINC Biz. Further information will be announced later.
  3. For scheduling reasons, we may not be able to accommodate your preferred type of presentation and may ask you to change your presentation type (e.g., from oral to poster).
  4. You must be registered to attend the symposium even if you are not presenting.
  5. If you are not affiliated with Kyoto University or the PWS program and wish to present*, please obtain permission from a PWS faculty member by informing them of your affiliation, purpose for attending, and a title and brief summary of your presentation; you will be asked to provide the name of that faculty member when you register for the symposium, and you will not be able to present without such permission. You can find a list of PWS faculty members and their contact information at: https://www.wildlife-science.org/en/members.html * Non-presenting attendees do not need to obtain permission from a PWS faculty member.
  6. You may not disseminate the content of any presentation without an explicit permission from the presenter.
注意事項
  1. オンライン開催を予定しています。拠点会場は設けませんのでご注意ください。
  2. 口頭発表はZOOM、ポスター発表はLINC Bizのシステムを使って実施することを予定しています。発表方法の詳細はおってお知らせします。
  3. 開催日程の都合により、発表形式の変更等をお願いする場合がございます。予めご了承ください。
  4. 聴講のみの方も参加登録が必要ですので、ご注意ください。
  5. PWS・京都大学関係者以外の方で口頭発表もしくはポスター発表を希望される場合は、事前にPWS分担者(いずれか1名)連絡をとり、所属、参加目的、発表タイトル、概要等を伝えて承諾を得てください。参加登録申込にあたり、承諾したPWS分担者の氏名記入が必要です。PWS分担者の承諾を確認できない場合は、発表いただけませんのでご注意ください。 ※PWS・京都大学関係者以外の方で聴講のみを希望される場合は、PWS分担者の承諾は不要です。 PWS分担者の情報は以下から確認できます。 https://www.wildlife-science.org/en/members.html
  6. 発表内容を発表者の許可なく拡散することは禁止します。

参加人数
9/29 約 64 人 、9/30 約 65 人