Ny fiatrehako ny valan'aretina COVID19 eto Madagascar
Santino Andry reflects on COVID-19 in Madagascar...
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Fifi publishes new bat coronavirus review!
Meet Fifi Ravelomanantsoa!
Anecia publishes new review of bat virus models
Meet Anecia Gentles!
Cara is named a 2020 L'Oréal USA For Women in Science Fellow
Ekipa Fanihy releases the final Madagascar fruit bat genome, Eidolon dupreanum, open-access with the DNA Zoo
Cara appears on CNN special with Anderson Cooper, 'Bats, The Mystery Behind COVID-19'
Cara discusses 'Virulent Viruses and Reservoir Hosts' in UC Berkeley's COVID Conversations series
Cara and colleagues explain how 'Bats Are Not Our Enemies' in a popsci article with Scientific American
Cara discuses her recent eLife paper on 'The Naked Scientists' podcast
The NSF highlighted Cara's eLife paper in its weekly Video Series, '4 Awesome Discoveries!' View here
Ekipa Fanihy releases the Rousettus madagascariensis genome open-access with the DNA Zoo
Ekipa Fanihy releases first Madagascar fruit bat genome (Pteropus rufus) open-access with the DNA Zoo
Cara explains why bats are reservoirs for so many virulent viruses on the WhoWhatWhy podcast
Cara explains her new bat serology paper in a blog post with the Journal of Animal Ecology
Cara describes the motivation for her work in Madagascar in a 'Grantee Insight' profile with National Geographic
Cara writes for NatGeo about teaching ecological modeling in Madagascar -- "It always starts with a question"
Cara blogged for National Geographic throughout her PhD. Read her doctoral chronicles of life as a field biologist studying emerging bat-borne viruses here.