ANDIE ANG

Primatologist

Biography

Education
2011-2017
PhD in Anthropology (Biological) | University of Colorado Boulder
 
2008-2010
Master of Science in Biology (Research) | National University of Singapore
 
2006
Overseas Student Exchange Program | Concordia University, Montréal, Canada
 
2004-2008
Bachelor of Science in Life Sciences (Honors) | National University of Singapore
 
 
Publications
In Press
Ang A. and R. Boonratana, in press. Presbytis femoralis. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species
 
Ang A. and C. Traeholt, in press. Presbytis siamensis. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species
Ang A., C. Traeholt and A. Setiawan, in press. Trachypithecus cristatus. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species
Ang A. and S. Jabbar, in press. First records of Raffles' banded langurs in Windsor Nature Park. Singapore Biodiversity Records 2019

2018
Sha J., S.D. Fam and A. Ang, 2018. Part IV: Swamp primates. In Barnett A.A., I. Matsuda and K. Nowak (eds.), Primates in Flooded Habitats: Ecology and Conservation. Cambridge University Press
Ang A. and M.K. Tan, 2018. Mass death of crickets, Gryllus bimaculatus, at Old Upper Thomson Road. Singapore Biodiversity Records 2018, 29-31.
2017
Covert H.H., Hoang Minh Duc, Le Khac Quyet, A. Ang, A. Harrison-Levine and Tran Van Bang, 2017. Primates of Vietnam: Conservation in a rapidly developing country. Anthropology Now 9(2), 27-44.
 
Tran Van Bang, Nguyen Anh Minh, Nguyen Quoc Dat, Truong Thi Bich Quan, A. Ang, H. H. Covert and Hoang Minh Duc, 2017. Current conservation status of Germain’s langur (Trachypithecus germaini) in Vietnam. Primates 58(3), 435-440.
2016
Ang A., V. D’Rozario, S.L. Jayasri, C.M. Lees, T.J. Li and S. Luz, 2016. Species action plan for the conservation of Raffles’ banded langur (Presbytis femoralis femoralis) in Malaysia and Singapore. IUCN SSC Conservation Breeding Specialist Group, Apple Valley, MN, USA, 31 pp.
Ang A., A. Srivathsan, R. Meier, Luu Tuong Bach, Le Khac Quyet and H. Covert, 2016. No evidence for mitochondrial genetic variability in the largest population of critically endangered Tonkin snub-nosed monkeys in Vietnam. Primates 57, 449-453
Srivathsan A., A. Ang, A.P. Vogler and R. Meier, 2016. Fecal metagenomics for the simultaneous assessment of diet, parasites, and population genetics of an understudied primate. Frontiers in Zoology 13, 17-29
2013
Wong H.F., S.Y. Tan, C.Y. Koh, H.J.M. Siow, T. Li, A. Heyzer, A. Ang, M. Ismail, A. Srivathsan and H.T.W. Tan, 2013. Checklist of the plant species of Nee Soon Swamp Forest, Singapore: Bryophytes to Angiosperms. National Parks Board and Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research, 521pp
 
2012
Ang A., A. Srivathsan, B.M. Md.-Zain, M. Ismail and R. Meier, 2012. Low genetic variability in the recovering urban banded leaf monkey population of Singapore. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 60, 589-594 
 
2011
Ang A., 2011. Back from the brink (banded leaf monkey). In Ng P.K.L., R.T. Corlett and H.T.W. Tan (eds.), Singapore Biodiversity: An Encyclopedia of the Natural Environment and Sustainable Development. Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research, Singapore, p.23
 
2010
Ang A., M. Ismail and R. Meier, 2010. Reproduction and infant pelage coloration of the banded leaf monkey, Presbytis femoralis (Mammalia: Primates: Cercopithecidae) in Singapore. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 58, 411-415
Awards
2017
Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund
2016
Wildlife Reserves Singapore Conservation Fund, WRS
2015
Willena D. Cartwright Anthropology Fund, CU Boulder
 
2014
National Geographic Waitt Grant, National Geographic Society/Waitt Foundation
Wildlife Reserves Singapore Conservation Fund, WRS
Beverly Sears Graduate Student Research Grant, CU Boulder
 
2013
Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund
 
2012
Wildlife Reserves Singapore Conservation Fund, WRS
Scott Ferris Graduate Research Award, CU Boulder
Beverly Sears Graduate Student Research Grant, CU Boulder
Department of Anthropology Pre-dissertation Grant, CU Boulder
Haskell-Houghtelin Scholarship Fund, CU Boulder

2010

Primate Research Grant, Jane Goodall Institute Singapore
Wildlife Reserves Singapore Conservation Fund, WRS 
Press
2018
"It's all monkey business for Andie" | Asian Scientist Magazine
"Childhood pet leads to primatology career" | The New Paper, Singapore
"Generation T: 50 young game changers of Singapore's future" | Singapore Tatler
"Saving our native species" | Her World Magazine
2017
"Primate passion" | Singapore Tatler
"Efforts mooted to save rare monkey" | The Star Online, Malaysia
"Women in conservation" | Cebu Pacific Airline Smile Magazine
2016
"Snub-nosed monkeys are so inbred they may struggle to survive" | The Straits Times, Singapore
2015
"Saving the banded leaf monkeys" | The Straits Times, Singapore
2012
"Conserving Colobines" | At Films
 
2011
"From a Facebook picture to a rare discovery" | TODAY newspaper, Singapore
"They call her Monkey Girl" | What’s Up (Children’s newspaper), Singapore
"濒危印尼叶猴我国仅剩40只" | 新明日报 (Chinese newspaper), Singapore 
 
2010
"Love letters to Earth: banded leaf monkeys (Featured Scientist)" | Ochre Pictures, Okto TV
"Monkey species in better shape than thought" | The Straits Times, Singapore
"她进出自然保护区176次" | 联合早报 (Chinese newspaper), Singapore
 

© Andie Ang 2014-2019