For those students conducting international fieldwork, a seventh year may be necessary to complete the degree.More information regarding the research areas is available from the department.
The publication of Matilda's thesis generated wide-spread interest in the national and international media, including Science News, Nature Research Highlights, The Independent, The Guardian, Scientific American, and WIRED.
Her blog for 'The Conversation', entitled "How penis bones help primates win the mating game - and why humans might have lost theirs" garnered an astonishing 700,000 views.
Inglis, Megan Peterson, Eelco van Riel, James Thompson, Caroline Ross (2016).
Antelope predation by Nigerian forest baboons: Ecological and behavioural correlates. doi: 10.1159/00044583 Katarina Almeida-Warren (2014/15 cohort) was supported during her studies by a Daryll Forde Studentship of UCL's Department of Anthropology (2014).