I am currently a research student at Kyoto University Primate Research Institute, Inuyama, Aichi, Japan. I am about to be enrolled as a master student at the institute in April 2020.
Previously, I worked as a research assistant at the Little Fireface Project, West Java, Indonesia, to help further understand the behavior and ecology of critically endangered nocturnal Javan slow loris. Under the same NGO, I was also hired as a Wildlife Trade Officer to investigate the trade of wildlife (including tropical birds and mammals) in Java and Bali and in social media.
I am fascinated to study and work with non-human primates. I have broad interests in any fields of Primatology, from primate behavior, ecology, physiology, wildlife trade, to conservation.