Julien Di Giovanni

Julien Di Giovanni

Graduate Student in Biological Anthropology
M.Sc., Evolutionary and Behavioral Ecology, University of Exeter, United Kingdom
B.Sc., Life Sciences, University of Tours, France

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    CB 1114
    ST. LOUIS, MO 63130-4899

I have a general interest in primate behavioral ecology and cultural evolution, with my research primarily focusing on the social learning processes involved in the acquisition and spread of tool-use behaviors in wild chimpanzees.  I am a member of the Living Primate Lab at Washington University in St. Louis and the Goualougo Triangle Ape Project under the advisory of Prof. Crickette Sanz and Dr. David Morgan.