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Sarah E. Turner

Associate Professor, Geography, Planning and Environment, Concordia University

Sarah Turner is a primate behavioural ecologist whose research focuses on disability and physical impairment, behavioural plasticity, and the impacts of human-induced environmental change. She conducts research on free-ranging Japanese macaques at the Awajishima Monkey Center in Japan, and collaborative research on bearded and blond capuchin monkey behaviour and conservation in Brazil. She has a PhD in Anthropology (Primatology) from the University of Calgary, and was a post-doctoral fellow in Biology at McGill University before starting her position at Concordia University.


  • 2017–present
    Associate Professor, Concordia University