Our volunteers

Liliana Carvalho

Liliana Carvalho

Graduated in Archeology from University of Lisbon, with an MSc in Human Evolution and Biology from University of Coimbra, I am completing a postgraduate degree in Informatics. In the past years I have explored the dissemination of heritage through digital tools, mostly 3D modeling and its integration into web platforms. I am currently assisting in the management of Primate Models For Behavioural Evolution Lab's web site.


Mike Gill

Mike Gill

Following a long career in business, my BSc in Anthropology at Brookes University reaffirmed my interest in the origins of tool use  in early hominins. My dissertation was an experimental  comparison of efficiencies in producing Lomekwian  style stone tools using different reduction techniques. My MSc in primate conservation widened my interest in tool use to include extant primates. I am working as a research assistant to Dr Lydia Luncz, investigating the origins and consequences of technology in the primate lineage.


Paul Duggan

I spent many years outside academia, running a small business, and then joined the Primate Research group after studying at Oxford Brookes (economics with econometrics and law). Assisting researchers on primate behaviour is invaluable for my own project, which focuses on conflict behaviour in prehistoric humans. I am preparing to return to Brookes as a DPhil candidate (anthropology) in January 2020.

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