Adalgisa Caccone, PhD

Lecturer in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Senior Research Associate in Forestry And Environmental Studies and Senior Research Scientist in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and in Epidemiology (Microbial Diseases)

Departments & Organizations

School of Public Health

Education & Training

PhD Yale University (1986)

International Activity

  • Aldabra tortoises Seychelles (2008)

    Professor Caccone is working with the Nature Protection Trust of the Seychelles on a project on the conservation genetics of Aldabra tortoises.

  • Amazonian Fishes Brazil (2008)

    Professor Caccone works with the Universitadade do Amazonas on the evolutionary divergence and biogeography of Amazonian Fishes.

  • Conservation Genetics of Amur Tigers Russia; Russia (2008)

    Professor Caccone works with the Pacific Institute of Geography, Russian Academy of Science, Vladivostock, on the conservation genetics of the Amur tiger.

  • Deer Populations Italy (2008)

    Professor Caccone works with the Universita' di Roma "Tor Vergata," Roma, on the conservation genetics of roe deer populations.

  • European newts Netherlands (2008)

    Professor Caccone is working with the National Museum of Natural History, Leiden, Netherlands, on the phylogeny of European newts.

  • Evolutionary Genetics of Galapagos Tortoises Ecuador (2008)

    Professor Caccone works with the Charles Darwin Research Station, Santa Cruz Galapagos Islands, on the evolutionary genetics and conservation of Galapagos tortoises.

  • Malaria vector mosquitoes Italy; Mali (2003)

    Together with researchers from the universities in Rome and Mali, Professors Powell and Caccone are studying the patterns of genetic differentiation in malaria carrying mosquitoes in Mali.

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