Abi Gwynn

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College: College of Life and Environmental Sciences

I am a masters by research student interested in primate behaviour and conservation. My particular interest is in how anthropogenic activity is affecting wildlife and using this information to implement effective conservation efforts. My MbyRes project investigates how the critically endangered Bornean orangutan has been affected by the 2015 Indonesian forest fires. I also have a keen curiosity in primate cognition. Working as a research intern on a project studying working memory in new world monkeys and taking modules in human evolution during my undergradute degree has enthused me to develop this interest in future research projects.