Prof. Giulia Guerriero
Dr. Giulia Guerriero received her Ph.D. at the University of Naples Federico II, Italy, where she is currently Professor of Comparative Anatomy and Cytology and Chairman of the Comparative Endocrinology Laboratory and on the Advisory Board for the Center for Environmental Research. She performed Ph.D. work at the Dept. of Pharmacology, Thomas Jefferson University. Phila, PA; Dept. of Ob/Gyn, University of Illinois., Chicago, IL; Dept. of Physiology, Oregon Health Sciences Univ. Portland Oregon, (USA). Her research efforts have focused on the correlation between oxidants and antioxidants in physiological defenses; on the role of steroid receptors in reproduction and on the importance of barcoding in the evaluation of species-specific molecular responses. She is currently conducting research on reproductive health effects of environmental pollution, climate change, sustainable economies and fisheries, and resilient systems. She has served in several working groups and technical committees and, as unit coordinator, in national (PRIN) and international (LIFE) projects. She has organized and participated in international conferences. She has published in relevant refereed international journals. She is currently serving as Editor-in-Chief and Associate Editor of several international journals. Further, she is a reviewer of international journal conference papers, books, research thesis, national and international research proposals as well as a BIES external examiner for UNESCO. She is a member of national and international scientific societies and of the barcodingitaly consortium. Since 2011 she is a representative of bilateral agreements between Federico II University and universities and research centers in Egypt, Algeria, Morocco, Malaysia and Japan.
Reproductive Health Effects of Environmental Pollution, Climate Change, Sustainable Economies and Fisheries and Resilient Systems.