We held an information session on 23rd January for students interested in appying to attend the Oxford-Gorongosa Paleo-Primate Field School 2023. This will be the first year the field school has taken place since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, we can't wait to welcome students to Gorongosa National Park this summer!
Celebrating achievements at the Primate Models for Behavioural Evolution Lab christmas dinner 2022
A wonderful get together to mark the holiday season and celebrate the many accomplishments of Lab members over the past year!
Our lab at EFP-GfP 2022 in Arnhem
(Almost) all our lab got together in Arnhem for our fist conference post-lockdown. We had a great time listening to some fantastic talks, catching up with colleagues, and exploring Burgers' Zoo.
Welcome (back) to our latest Post-Doc & Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, Dr. Katarina Almeida-Warren!
Our first DPhil, Dr. Katarina Almeida-Warren, has just been awarded the prestigious Leverhume Early Career Fellowship - Double Congratulations! She will be returning to our lab as a post-doctoral fellow in November 2022 to work on her exciting new project - Primate Archaeology beyond Technology! We are thrilled!
Primate Conversations 2021/22 series available online
Our virtual seminar series may be over for the year, but you can stream all talks over on our Primate Models for Behavioural Evolution Lab YouTube channel
Our first post-doctoral fellows have conducted outstanding research and moved on to stellar positions - please contact our lab head, Professor Susana Carvalho, if you wish to discuss possible post-doctoral research projects with us
Teaching the next generation of primatologists & paleoanthropologists
This year, Archaeology & Anthropology undergraduates at the University of Oxford had the opportunity to examine casts of fossil hominin skulls in one of the beautiful School of Anthropology gardens as part of their human origins course with Drs Susana Carvalho and René Bobe
A uniquely interdisiplinary experience, providing students with training in primatology, palaeoanthropology, archaeology, geology, speleology and ecology within one of the richest ecosystems in Africa, Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique