Ezio Ferroglio, Professor, Dr.



Ezio Ferroglio graduated in veterinary medicine in 1992, then gained his PhD in “Epidemiology and control of zoonosis” at the University of Bologna in 1997. He is currently Full Professor of Parasitology and Parasitic Diseases at the Department of Veterinary Sciences of the University of Turin, Italy. He became a member of the European Veterinary Parasitology College in September 2003 and of the European College of Veterinary Public Health in July 2005. Since 1999 he has been involved in more than 70 research projects relating to the host-parasite interactions with an emphasis on wildlife diseases, wildlife-livestock interface, vectors and public health. Among projects: PRIN 2003 Leishmania infantum: studio della risposta cellulo-mediata nel cane (as unit responsible); PRIN 2005 Genetica, patogenicita' ed immunita' di Neospora caninum (as unit responsible); 2012 EMIDA Era-NET Project Acronym APHAEA Harmonised Approaches in monitoring wildlife population Health, and Ecology and Abundance (as Leader of WP1and WP2); 2009 FP7: Project acronym: WIldTech n.222633 www.wildtech.com (as Associate partner). He is/has been tutored of more than 70 theses for the Degree in Veterinary Medicine and 6 PhD Thesis. He has been called to do seminars, on parasitic diseases and wildlife diseases of public health interest, at more than 200 courses for practitioners. He has been author/co-author of more than 100 publications cited in Scopus with more than 1600 citations and an H index of 22 and has a Research Gate score of 35,53 (being in the 92.5% high ranking).