Danilo Russo obtained a Ph.D. degree from the University of Bristol, Bristol, UK, in 2002. He works as an Assistant Professor of ecology at University of Naples Federico II, Naples, Italy. His scientific interests cover habitat selection, resource partitioning, sensory ecology, communication, species response to land use change, and conservation biology. Although his main research field regards bat ecology, behavior, and conservation biology, his work has focused on other taxa as well, including threatened long-horned beetles. Russo currently teaches conservation biology in the Forestry Science degree at Naples University. He is also an Honorary Member of Bristol University, UK.
Biography Updated on 9 January 2013