Davide Spadaro received his Ph.D. degree in agricultural, forestry, and agrofood sciences from the University of Turin, Italy. Spadaro currently holds the position of Assistant Professor at the University of Turin where he lectures about plant pathology and biotechnologies applied to crop protection as well as techniques and diagnosis and molecular analyses. His areas of expertise include plant pathology, biological control, postharvest pathology, mycotoxins, and molecular diagnostics. He is a member of the Teaching Board and Tutor of the Ph.D. degree in biological sciences and applied biotechnologies sciences of the Ph.D. School in Natural Sciences and Innovative Technologies, University of Turin.
Biography Updated on 30 September 2012