Mahaliana ve ianao?
Mahaliana means "to spark interest" in the Malagasy language. With this organization, we aim to advance conservation science in Madagascar while "leveling the playing field for Malagasy scientists". The truth is, the majority of the science conducted and published on Madagascar is led by international researchers. This is the result of poor infrastructure, lack of educational opportunity, and lack of resources for aspiring Malagasy scientists.
With Mahaliana, we provide the technology necessary to complete moleculr
Mahaliana's team is composed by two scientists with wide experience in veterinary sciences, conservation biology and public health in Madagascar. In addition, a number of students and volunteer are complementing the team while conducting temporary research project.
DVM, MSc, PhD
Fidy obtained his veterinary degree (DVM) from the University of Antananarivo, a Master's degree in Epidemiology from the Université de Montréal, Canada and a PhD in Biology from the University of Missouri St. Louis and has led research project on the health of lemurs, carnivores all over the big Island.
At Mahaliana, Fidy is responsible for the veterinary and laboratory work. He conducts research on health and ecology of wildlife of Madagascar.
Director of Programming and Training