In 2015, following a successful funding from the Malaysian Medical Council, ANP teamed up with Perdana University RCSI and started the first research collaboration in Kuala Selangor.
The research aimed to understand the factors causing human macaque conflict in urban areas including the health perspective and disease prevention.
The project actively conducts behaviour data in the field to understand the interaction between humans and wildlife.
By studying animal behaviour and human animal interaction, we get a better understanding of what causes the conflict and how to provide an effective solution.
The project intends to host more researchers and students keen on work together at our research site in Malaysia or the UK.