Graduate Student Researcher, One Health Institute
Diego is currently a PhD candidate in epidemiology. His research focuses on consequences and dynamics of wildlife and marine diseases, and the impacts of free-ranging dogs in Chile, with strong convictions to science-based decision making. He is currently involved in projects in the West Coast of the United States, Ghana, Tanzania and Chile.
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Assessing the role of dens in the spread, establishment and persistence of sarcoptic mange in an endangered canid
Disease epidemic and a marine heat wave are associated with the continental-scale collapse of a pivotal predator (Pycnopodia helianthoides)