I am a Forensic Scientist (Morphology) with the National Fish & Wildlife Forensics Laboratory in Ashland, Oregon. This site describes some of my past and ongoing research associated with my graduate studies at Stony Brook University and my former position as a Post-doctoral Scientist in the Primate Genomics Lab at The George Washington University. I use genetic, ecological, and behavioral data to understand how evolutionary processes have shaped variation in primate traits. My research interests focus on primate signaling and signal-detection systems.
Contact: rlynjacobs (at) gmail (dot) com
Download my CV here.