LAB MEMBERS AND COLLABORATORS

LAB MEMBERS

(most recent first)

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FEDERICA VILLA

Research Assistant, Sapienza University of Rome

Federica is a research assistant at Sapienza University and she will support the teaching of Global Change Biology course. She has a MSc in Ecobiology and the aim of her MSc project was to investigate the relationship between physiological stress and macroparasite infections in Eurasian red squirrel. She is also enrolled in a one-year Master in scientific communication at Sapienza University.

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GIORDANO MANCINI

PhD student, Sapienza University of Rome

Giordano is a Ph.D. student funded by the italian National Operational Program (PON) for research and innovation. He is working on climate change exposure measurement to support IUCN Red List climate change assessment, in collaboration with the sRedList working group. He is also interested in the effect of global change on human-biodiversity coexistence.

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CHIARA DRAGONETTI

PhD student, Sapienza University of Rome

​Chiara is a PhD student, and former MSc student, in the lab working on the impacts of global change on mountain biodiversity from a local to global scale. She completed a MSc where she studied the change of the niche breadht of mountain's mammals under future climatic conditions, and an internship where she investigated to role of corridors for local movements of mountain mammals.

 

See her profile here: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Chiara_Dragonetti2

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ANDREA TONELLI

MSc student, Sapienza University of Rome

 Andrea is a student pursuing a master's degree in Ecobiology. The aim of his MSc project is to assess the zoonotic hazard posed by mammalian viruses at global scale, understanding the distribution patterns of viral diversity in the host species.

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ANDREA SACCHI

MSc student, Sapienza University of Rome

Andrea is a MSc student, the aim of his MSc project is to assess the impact of extreme climate events on Nature's Contributions to People (NCPs) and on species extinction risk under different climatic scenarios.

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HERNÁN CÁCERES-ESCOBAR 

Post-doc, Sapienza University of Rome

Hernán is a veterinarian and conservation scientist, his postdoc aims to explore how anthropogenic-driven environmental change affects disease hazards to create future scenarios of risk under a One Health perspective.

See his profile here: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Hernan-Caceres-Escobar

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VICTOR CAZALIS

Post-doc, iDiv Centre (Leipzig, Germany)

Victor is part of the sRedList working group aiming at developing an innovative and consistent framework for prioritising updates of the IUCN Red List assessments, using automated approaches.

See his profile here: https://victorcazalis.github.io

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VALERIA Y. MENDEZ A.

Research Assistant, Sapienza University of Rome

Valeria is a Research Assistant, former MSc student, at Sapienza University, working on the impact of climate change on terrestrial biomes and its implications for terrestrial mammals' conservation.

 

See her profile here: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Valeria_Mendez3

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ANDREA SESSA

MSc student, Sapienza University of Rome

Andrea is a MSc student, working on the change in the provision of Nature's Contributions to People (NCPs) under different climatic scenarios and alternative pathways of socio-economic development.

 

See his profile here: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Andrea_Sessa5

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MARTA CIMATTI

PhD student, Sapienza University of Rome

Marta is a PhD student at Sapienza University of Rome (Italy). The aim of her project is to identify areas of universal biodiversity value to inform conservation intervention and policy, quantifying the risk that global change poses to these areas and the services they provide.

See her profile here: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Marta_Cimatti

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JUAN PABLO RAMIREZ-DELGADO

PhD student, University of Northern British Columbia

Juan is a PhD student at University of Northern British Columbia (Canada), working on the impacts of human pressure on habitat fragmentation and its relation to species extinction risk.
See his profile here: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Juan_Ramirez-Delgado

PAST MEMBERS

ETIENNE HENRY

Etienne was a MSc student in the sRedList project based in iDiv Germany, where he developed and tested new models of extinction risk prediction based on Red List criteria.

PABLO M. LUCAS

Pablo was a postdoc on a project funded by the Global Wildlife Conservation, in collaboration with the sRedList working group, where he developed and tested new automatic approaches to assess the conservation status of species.

MARIA LUMBIERRES CIVIT
Maria did a PhD student at Sapienza University of Rome (Italy), part of the European Training Network Inspire4Nature. The aim of her project was to identify new Key Biodiversity Areas using spatial prioritisation techniques.

THOMAS MERRIEN 

Thomas did a MSc under the supervision of Rob Salguero-Gómez, Katrina Davis at Oxford University and Moreno Di Marco at Sapienza University. The aim of his project was to evaluate the impact of human settlements on the demographic signature and performance of plant and animal species, compared to their dynamics in pristine habitats, worldwide.

SARAH STEPHEN
Sarah did a MSc at University of Göttingen (Germany), doing her research at Sapienza University (Italy), working on the effectiveness of CITES convention. 

PABLO NEGRET
Pablo did a PhD student at the University of Queensland (Australia), working on deforestation and biodiversity conservation in Colombia.

MARSYA SIBARANI
Marsya did her MSc at the University of Queensland (Australia), working on the biodiversity surrogacy potential of charismatic megafauna in 

LUCA PARENTI
Luca did a MSc at Sapienza University of Rome (Italy), working on drivers of deforestation in tropical areas.

ANGELA IACUCCI
Angela did a MSc at Sapienza University of Rome (Italy), working on back-cast assessment of mammal extinction risk.