Emmanuel Serrano Ferron0000-0003-1952-8270
Emmanuel Serrano was born in Asturias, in 1970. He got his diploma in Forest Science (1991, Cazorla, Spain,) and later he received the B. S. in Biological Sciences (2000, Universidad de Jaén, south Spain). He took his Ph. D. degree in 2004 and later he enjoyed a PhD contract at the same university. One year later he got a postdoctoral grant for foreigner researchers (2006-2008) at the Equipe Ecologie des Populations, Laboratoire du Comportament et Ecologie de la Faune Sauvage (INRA, Toulouse, France). Fortunately, thanks to the Juan de la Cierva programme Emmanuel joined the Servicio de Ecopatología de Fauna Salvaje (SEFaS) at the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona (UAB, Barcelona, Spain) in 2009. Currently he develops his research activities thanks to the Beatriu de Pinós programme. In a broad sense, Emmanuel is interested in Wildlife Diseases Ecology and Management, but particularly in the host-parasite relationships from the attractive perspective of co-infection. For these purposes, he combines field Ecology and experimental approaches to understand the role of multiple-infections in the wild.
Biography Updated on 18 July 2012