Welcome to the website of Dr. Onja Razafindratsima's research group in the Department of Integrative Biology at UC Berkeley. We are a group of ecologists interested in tropical ecology and conservation biology, with a focus on species interactions, seed dispersal, community ecology and primatology. Most of our research involve fieldwork in Madagascar's tropical forests.
Learn more about our research here.
January: In partnership with Onja, collaborator Seheno Andriantsaralaza was selected as a USAID PEER fellow to investigate the mechanisms of ensuring the persistence and regeneration of Madagascar's iconic baobab tree, Adansonia grandidieri, to advance solutions to promote its sustainable use to benefit local communities.
Find out what our team is doing in the field here.