Krishna Balasubramaniam

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University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
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Balasubramaniam KN, Marty PR, Samartino S, et al. (2020) Impact of individual demographic and social factors on human-wildlife interactions: a comparative study of three macaque species. Scientific Reports. 10: 21991
Balasubramaniam KN, Marty PR, Arlet ME, et al. (2020) Impact of anthropogenic factors on affiliative behaviors among bonnet macaques. American Journal of Physical Anthropology
Balasubramaniam KN, Beisner BA, Hubbard JA, et al. (2019) Affiliation and disease risk: social networks mediate gut microbial transmission among rhesus macaques. Animal Behaviour. 151: 131-143
Marty PR, Balasubramaniam KN, Kaburu SSK, et al. (2019) Individuals in urban dwelling primate species face unequal benefits associated with living in an anthropogenic environment. Primates; Journal of Primatology
Kaburu SSK, Marty PR, Beisner B, et al. (2018) Rates of human-macaque interactions affect grooming behavior among urban-dwelling rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). American Journal of Physical Anthropology
Balasubramaniam K, Beisner B, Guan J, et al. (2018) Social network community structure and the contact-mediated sharing of commensal E. coli among captive rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). Peerj. 6: e4271
Balasubramaniam KN, Beisner BA, Berman CM, et al. (2017) The influence of phylogeny, social style, and sociodemographic factors on macaque social network structure. American Journal of Primatology
Balasubramaniam K, Beisner B, Vandeleest J, et al. (2016) Social buffering and contact transmission: network connections have beneficial and detrimental effects on Shigella infection risk among captive rhesus macaques. Peerj. 4: e2630
Beisner BA, Balasubramaniam KN, Fernandez K, et al. (2016) Prevalence of enteric bacterial parasites with respect to anthropogenic factors among commensal rhesus macaques in Dehradun, India. Primates; Journal of Primatology
Beisner BA, Heagerty A, Seil SK, et al. (2015) Human-wildlife conflict: proximate predictors of aggression between humans and rhesus macaques in India. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 156: 286-94
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