I earned a Master’s Degree at the University of Naples, “Federico II” (110/110 cum laude) and attended a post lauream Master course in “Conservation of Animal Biodiversity” at the University of Rome, “La Sapienza”. After a four years course, I obtained my PhD Degree at the University of Molise, Environmetrics Lab., Department of Biosciences and Territory. Currently, I am a PostDoc researcher at the same University.
My research activity during the last five years was centred on the investigation of several aspects of Ecology, Invasion Biology, Biogeography and Conservation Biology. Specifically, I primarily focused my research on the quantification of human-induced impacts on Vertebrates at different spatial and functional scales, by means of different tools for the analysis of spatial data and modelling techniques.
Research gate: Mirko di Febbraro on RG