The Palaeodiet Research Lab is located within the Centre of Human Anatomy Education. 10 Chancellors Walk, Monash Clayton Campus, in Building 13 C (rooms C140 and C154).
+61 3 9905 9809
Dr. Luca Fiorenza
Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology
Monash University, Wellington Road
Clayton VIC 3800 Australia
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The major goal of the Palaeodiet Research Lab is a better understanding of the relationship between diet, cranio-dental morphology, ecology and evolution in modern humans, our closest living relatives (monkeys and apes) and our extinct ancestors.
The research interests of the Palaeodiet Research Lab mostly focus on functional morphology of the masticatory apparatus in human and non-human primates, and on the importance of the role of diet in human evolution.
The Palaeodiet Research Lab is a highly multidisciplinary and dynamic team that investigates important biological questions related to humans in an evolutionary context.