Dr Aye Mi San
Professor and Head
Department of Zoology, University of Yangon
PhD (Primatology), 2007
Demonstrator (7-1-1987 to 4-8-1994)
Assistant Lecturer (5-8-1994 to 13-9-1999)
Lecturer (13-9-1999 to 10-9-2009)
Associate Professor (11-9-2009 to 30-11-2016)
Professor (1-12-2016 to date)
“Role of wildlife in Nature-based Tourism around Ye environs” Best awarded by Mon State Government,Myanmar (2015)
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1. Daw Tin Nwe, Aye Mi San, Nang Wah Wah Min, Min Kyaw Thu, Oi, T,. and Hamada, Y,.(2005) . Species Diversity and Distribution of Primates in Myanmar. The natural History Journal of Chulalongkorn University, Supplement 1 : 47-53.
2. Oi, T,. Aye Mi San, Nyo Nyo and Tin Nwe, (2008). Aggregation of red jungle fowl Gallus gallus on a road in Alaungdaw Kathapa National Park, Myanmar. Biosphere Conservation 9(1): 47-51.
3. Aye Mi San and Hamada, Y,.(2009). Reproductive seasonality of Myanmar long-tailed Macaque (Macaca fascicularis aurea). The Natural History Journal of Chulalongkorn university, 9(1) : 223-234.
4. Aye Mi San and Yuzura Hamada (2011). Distribution and current status of long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis aurea) in Myanmar. In: Monkey on the Edge: Ecology and Management of Long-tailed Macaques and their interface with Humans, eds, Gumert, M, D,. Fuentes, A,. and Engel, L,.(2011). Cambridge University Press.
5. Bunlungsup, S,. Imai, H,. Hamada, Y,. Gumert, M, D,. Aye Mi San and Malaivijitnond, S,.(2015). Morphological characteristics and genetic diversity of Burmese long-tailed Macaques (Macaca fascicularis aurea). American Journal of Primatology 2015 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
6. Matsudiar, K., Hamada, Y., Bunlungoup, S., Ishida, T., Aye Mi San., Malarivijitnond, S. (2018).Whole mitochondrial genomic and Y-chromosomal phylogenies of Burmese long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis aurea) suggest ancient hybridization between fascicularis and sirica species groups. Journal of Heredity, 2018, 1-12
7. Hamada Y, Aye Mi San, Malaivijitnand, S. 2016. Assessment of hybridization between rhesus (Macaca mulattta) and long-tailed macaques (M. fascicularis) based on morphological characters. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 159: 189-198