Dr. Marianne Lian, DVM, MSc, Ph.D.
Associated Faculty and course organizer for Principles of Veterinary Anesthesia
Research and teaching interests:
- Improving and advancing wildlife capture and anesthesia
- Respiratory physiology
- Toxicology, with an emphasis on adverse effects from mercury
- Environmental contaminants in the food chain
- One Health, wildlife health and diseases
Time period: Jan. 2015 –
School: University of Alaska Fairbanks
Degree sought: PhD, interdisciplinary program with Departments of Chemistry and Biochemistry and Veterinary Medicine
Time period: Aug. 2013 – June 2015
School: Section for Forestry and Wildlife Management, Department of Applied Ecology And Agricultural Sciences, Hedmark University College, Campus Evenstad
Degree: MSc in Applied Ecology
Time period: Sept. 2005 – June. 2012
School: Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen
Degree: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)
Time period: Jan. 2012 – June 2012
School: Department of Forestry and Wildlife Management, Department of Applied Ecology And Agricultural Sciences, Hedmark University College, Campus Evenstad
Degree: Externship in wildlife immobilizations
Time period: Sept.2011 – Oct. 2011
School: Norwegian School of Veterinary Sciences
Degree: Externship in small animal, equine and large animal medicine
Time period: April 2011 – June 2011
Institution: The Norwegian Veterinary Institute
Degree: Externship in pathology and diagnostics
Associated Faculty and course organizer for Principles of Veterinary Anesthesia, Department of Veterinary Medicine, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2015 -
Fulbright Fellowship at Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, concentrating on developing a new chemical immobilization protocol for caribou, 2013-2014.
Field capture veterinarian for Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, working with chemical immobilization and anesthesia of moose, reindeer, bison, beavers, bears and wolves 2012 -2015.
Veterinarian in private practice 2012-2014.
Lian M, Castellini JM, Miller D, Griff B, Vertyankin VV, Dupont J, Broker K, Godard-Codding CAJ, O’Hara TM. Validation of δ13C, δ15N and total mercury measures in epidermal biopsies from gray whales. Marine Pollution Bulletin (submitted).
Lian M, Evans AE, Beckmen KB, Caulkett NA, Arnemo JM. Restraint and immobilization. In: Tryland M, Kutz S, Oksanen A, eds. Reindeer and caribou. Health and disease. Boca Raton, FL, USA: Taylor & Francis, 2018.
Lian M, Johnson S, Gelatt T, O’Hara TM, Beckmen KB, Rea LD. Field anesthesia of juvenile Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus) using inhalation anesthesia. Marine Mammal Science 2017 34(1) 125-135
Lian M, Björck S, Arnemo JM, Esteruelas NF, Angel M, Minsaas SC, Jones KL and Evans AL. Severe hypoxemia in muskoxen (Ovibos moschatus) immobilized with etorphine-xylazine. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 2017 53(2) 356-360.
Lian M, Beckmen KB, Bentzen TW, Demma, DJ, Arnemo JM. Thiafentanil-azaperone-xylazine and carfentanil-xylazine immobilizations of free-ranging caribou (Rangifer tarandus granti) in Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 2016 52: 327-334
Lian M, Evans AL, Bertelsen MF, Fahlman Å, Haga HA, Ericsson G, Arnemo JM. Improvement of
Arterial Oxygenation in Free-Ranging Moose (Alces alces) Immobilized with Etorphine-Acepromazine-Xylazine.
Acta Vet Skand 2014, 56:51
Arnemo JM, Evans AL, Lian M, Os Ø. Anaesthesia of reindeer. Norwegian Veterinary Journal 2014; 2:148-51
Evans AL, Lian M, das Neves CG, Os Ø, Andersen R, Aanes R, Strand O, Tryland M, Arnemo JM. Physiological evaluation of medetomidine-ketamine anesthesia in free-ranging Svalbard reindeer (Rangifer tarandus platyrhynchus) and wild Norwegian reindeer (R. t. tarandus). J Wildl Dis 2013; 49: 1037-41