Olivia Curno - a brief CV

2010 - present:

Working in the charity sector for Place2Be.

2004 - 2009: 

University of Nottingham. BBSRC PhD Student, School of Biology


Tsaobis Baboon Project, Namibia (Institute of Zoology) – field assistant researching the role of social factors in foraging decisions. 

Jatun Sacha Fountation, San Cristobal Biological Research Station, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador – volunteer involved in the establishment and maintenance of model farming and reforestation initiatives.


Uakari Monkey Project, Peru (DICE and WCS-Peru) – field assistant researching Uakari foraging behaviour, mammal biodiversity and tree phenology.


University of Cambridge - Wellcome Trust Vacation Scholarship: Scent marking behaviour in marmosets.


University of Nottingham – BSc (Hons) Biology.