Priscillia Miard is a Postgraduate Student (PhD) from Universiti Sains Malaysia in Penang studying nocturnal mammal distribution, abundance and behaviour. She is also focusing on their habitat preferences and impact of anthropogenic activities. She has created a platform called Night Spotting Project to bring more light to nocturnal mammals research and awareness on their importance in the wild. This platform has the objective of empowering more researchers to study nocturnal mammals in Malaysia. Priscillia has an MSc in Primate Conservation from Oxford Brookes University in Oxford, UK. Her research focus are the lesser known nocturnal species such as slow loris, tarsier and colugo. She has five years of field work experience with behavioural studies, distribution survey, local knowledge of people living closely to animals as well as using new technologies for field work such as thermal imaging.