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LOCATION
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).

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PHONE
+61 3 9905 9809

MAILING ADDRESS
Dr. Luca Fiorenza
Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology
Monash University, Wellington Road
Clayton VIC 3800 Australia

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ABOUT

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.

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RESEARCH

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.

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LAB

The Palaeodiet Research Lab is a highly multidisciplinary and dynamic team that investigates important biological questions related to humans in an evolutionary context.