Verhaltensökologie

Delphine De Moor



Main research interests

  • Primate Social Behavior
  • Evolution of Social Relationships
  • Behavioral Genetics

  • Academic career

    • 2016 - present Ph.D. student
    • 2015-2016 field assistant
      •       BUDONGO Conservation Field Station
              Ecological surveying in three habituated chimpanzee communities

    • 2013-2015 Master of Science in Biology
      •      University of Ghent with Erasmus at University of Utrecht
              Master Thesis: Testing the primate mating market theory in a group of captive rhesus
              macaques (Macaca mulatta)

    • 2010 – 2013 Bachelor of Science in Biology
    •       University of Ghent



  • Conference Contributions

    • De Moor D (2018) Behavioral kin biases in female Assamese macaques. 9th European Conference on Behavioural Biology (ECBB), Liverpool (Poster)
    • De Moor D (2016) The role of relatedness in the social relationships of Assamese macaques at Phu Khieo WS, 37th Thai Wildlife Meeting, Bangkok (Poster)