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Interview with Giulia Ferrari

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Interview with Giulia Ferrari
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Release Date2023
LanguageEnglish
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Production Year2023
Production PlaceWageningen

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Giulia currently works as post-doctoral researcher at the Research Centre of the Edmund Mach Foundation (Trento, Italy). As part of the National Future Centre for Biodiversity (NBFC), she is interested in investigating the relationships between vertebrate hosts, vector ticks and microbial community, to identify the implications on zoonoses occurrence and emergence, particularly in areas highly susceptible to anthropogenic and climatic impacts such as the Alps. Following this presentation, he was asked a few questions by MOOD’s Working Package 6 OpenGeoHub’s communication experts.
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